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Will Trees Or Vines Allow Animals To Climb Onto The Roof?

Brad Gates
Publication date:
February 25, 2020
Article Summary: 

The blog post titled "Will Trees or Vines Allow Animals to Climb onto the Roof?" on the Gates Wildlife Control website discusses the role of trees and vines in providing access to the roof for animals. The author explains that trees and vines can act as a bridge for animals such as squirrels, raccoons, and birds, which can then gain access to the roof and potentially cause damage or health hazards. The post goes on to discuss how to identify and address potential entry points, such as trimming back overhanging branches and removing vines from the side of the house. The author then offers advice on how to prevent animals from climbing onto the roof, such as using deterrents and installing barriers. The post concludes by emphasizing the importance of regular inspections and maintenance to prevent animal intrusion and other issues.


trees, vines, animals, roof, access, prevention, barriers, inspections, maintenance, deterrents.

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Brad Gates
Will Trees Or Vines Allow Animals To Climb Onto The Roof?
February 25, 2020
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