What makes snakes run away?
A garden that has nowhere to hide
Crawlers like to take refuge in dark, damp places, under thick bush, imposing plants, and a mound of leaves or twigs. If you maintain your garden regularly, take great care to avoid tall grass and no corners to be exploited, snakes will not settle near your windows.
Also look for small holes or cracks, even a few centimeters in diameter, whether in the floor or on the walls of the house and seal them.
Additionally, remember to put all the lawn equipment or children’s toys away so you don’t have any unpleasant surprises with re-use after leaving them for a long time in the middle of the lawn.
Sure, snakes can climb over a barrier but they prefer to circumvent it.
Making access to water points difficult
Snakes, like other animals and insects, are attracted to fountains, pools, and ponds to cool off. If they can’t make it there, they should probably try their luck somewhere other than your garden. You can also pour white vinegar all over the body of water.
Let the pets roam
If you have a cat or dog, their paths in your yard will leave hair and urine which will have a reptile repelling effect.
Invest in an ultrasound machine
Snakes do not have good eyesight, but a machine that makes certain sounds can scare them away with vibrations that send them back to the ground and into the air.