Keep Pesky Pokemon Hunters Off Your Lawn Published on August 26, 2016 If your lawn is a Pokestop or Pokemon gym, you may be looking into the new lawsuits being filed against the San Francisco-based Niantic Labs, the developer of Pokemon Go. But if class-action isn’t your cup of tea, we have a few other tips to keep the Poke-players at bay. Play some Nickelback Want to really scare some Poke-chasers off your lawn? Try blasting some Nickelback through your outdoor speakers. You may need to purchase some ear plugs so the singing doesn’t soak into your mind and make you forget how to converse in comprehensive sentences; but a trip to your local pharmacy is a small inconvenience in order to keep Alakazam hunters away. No Nickelback in your home? You can always copy the U.S. Military strategy to repel Somali Pirates with your Best of Britney Spears or with these other tunes. Build a Gate You could put up a decorative gate like this pretty iron gate we came across on Houzz. Even though not all people follow non-trespassing laws, a fence is definitely an obstacle and keeps focused Poke-players from unintentionally crossing onto your property while looking for Snorlax. Get a Dog Several people will swear that a dog is a better home protection system than an actual home alarm, and while we don’t know if that’s true, a dog naturally helps keep people off your property. Putting your dog in the front yard will not only help keep people looking for Charizard away, but also doubles as a snuggle buddy. Make sure you remember to keep your pup on a leash or tied up and obey your Homeowners Association guidelines. Creepy Skeletons With Halloween coming up, it shouldn’t be tough to buy skeletons or make your own body bags from this Pinterest suggestion: Hang them up with a sign that says “Pokemon Players” to intimidate those irritating Tyranitar hunters. We may not be prepared to keep the Poke-players at bay, but we can help you stay comfortable all year long with a Precision tune-up for your HVAC systems. Call Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning today to plan your HVAC maintenance or find out about a no-charge in-home estimate on a new system.