Charlotte, NC Snake Pest Control

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Welcome to Charlotte Snake Pest Control! We are a pest control company operating in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. We specialize in the removal of snakes and other pest wildlife from your home or yard. Snakes won't attack unless provoked, so it is best to leave them alone if you see one. It's important to remove snakes promptly and properly, especially if they are venomous. Our snake removal process uses humane methods and gets rid of snakes on your property quickly. We usually remove them by hand (with gloves) or snake tongs, and transport them in safe locked containers. We offer emergency snake removal service, and show up fast! Call us 24/7 at 704-246-5540 to schedule an appointment the same day or the next. We aren't considered Charlotte's best animal removal company for nothing! You can check out our Charlotte snake removal prices. Some of the services we offer include:

  • 100% Permanent Snake Removal
  • Full House & Yard Inspections
  • Snake Prevention With Fences
  • Repellent-Free Snake Control
  • Humane, Effective Removal Methods
  • Fast Emergency Snake Service



Some Common Snake Species of Charlotte:

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Charlotte snake control

We are experts in snake control, but are not your typical Charlotte, North Carolina pest removal company. We use only methods that have been proven effective — snake repellents simply don't work, not to mention they hurt the environment. When removing snakes, we use quick and humane methods by catching the snake and relocating it, whether with traps or by hand. We have many years of experience, so we can identify all the snakes of Mecklenburg County, NC. We are not a Charlotte exterminator company - we specialize in reptiles and mammals. We love snakes the best! We completely solve your snake problem by taking these steps:

  • Inspect the entire property, house or yard, for snakes
  • Set several humane traps and remove all snakes as they are caught, OR
  • Remove snake(s) by hand or using a snake hook or snake tongs
  • Once there is no more activity and no more snakes caught, we're done

What Prices Do We Charge?

Every wildlife situation is different: Is the snake venomous? Do you need immediate service? Call us and we can give pricing for your specific situation.

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Common snakes of Charlotte include garter snakes, rat snakes, racers, and water snakes. There are many other species of snake in Charlotte, but many of them are rare. Venomous snakes of Charlotte are also rare. People are aware of the copperheads and timber rattlesnakes in the northeast US, the cottonmouth and eastern diamondback rattlesnake in the southeast, the coral snake throughout the south, and the various rattlesnakes in the southwest, but all of these are not commonly encountered. If in doubt, stay away, and never try to pick up or kill or interact with any snake.

Charlotte snake tip of the month: Where should I relocate a trapped snake? - There are mixed opinions on relocating snakes. Some people feel it is as inhumane as relocating something lower on the food chain, like a rodent, and some people feel that a snake has a greater chance of survival and will be fine. Ultimately, relocating animals is risk business. Any animal, outside of its familiar territory, will be vulnerable and confused, and unless you're relocating apex predators, there will always be something bigger out there that might come along and eat it. When it comes to snakes, a snake habitually in your yard means it lives somewhere near your home. Depending on the species of snake, a den site might even be on your property. While most snakes are transient in their movements, meaning they will move throughout their territory rather than stay on the same stone by your pond, they may still feel your property is part of home base. For the most humane relocation, this means a trapped snake should be released no more than 1000 feet from your property and that even depends on the size of your yard. Most people want a more permanent solution, so 1000 feet doesn't sound too appealing. If you must relocate a snake outside of its comfort zone, do your best to ensure it is in an area of appropriate cover with access to a stream or other water source where the snake can find prey.