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  • Writer's pictureCid Herlein

Snakes can be sneaky!

Here are five ways they enter houses during the summer.

Gaps between the garage and the garage door provide one of the most common entry points for snakes.

Snakes can get inside by slipping between bricks if mortar is missing and also between bricks and siding on the exterior of your home.

Snakes can live inside the pot or container of a large plant.

Climbing snakes are usually lured into attics by the smell of rats/mice, so making sure there is no reason for a snake to want to climb into your attic is essential. Also, make sure any gaps are sealed to help stop this problem.

It may sound like an urban myth, but snakes have been known to end up in pipes and appear in the toilet.

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