Snake Trapping & Removal
Welcome to Snake Control! We are a pest control company operating in numerous locations across the USA. We specialize in the permanent 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. Call us 24/7 at any of our 150+ locations to schedule an appointment the same day or the next. Some of the services we offer include:
- 100% Permanent Snake Removal
- Full House & Yard Inspections
- Prevention and Damage Repairs
- Poison-Free Snake Control
- Humane, Effective Removal Methods
- Dead Snake Carcass Removal
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We are experts in snake control, but are not your typical pest removal company. We use only methods that have been proven effective — poisons and repellents simply don't work, not to mention that poison is inhumane. When removing snakes, we use quick and humane methods by catching the snake and relocating it, whether with traps or by hand. 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?
Learn about snake control costs and animal removal prices - each situation is different!
We operate nationwide, servicing cities such as: AL Gadsden | AL Tuscaloosa | AR Jonesboro | AR Springdale | AZ Chandler | AZ Glendale | AZ Mesa | AZ Phoenix | AZ Scottsdale | AZ Tempe | CA Long Beach | CA Los Angeles | CA Modesto | CA Monterey | CA Napa | CA Oceanside | CA Orange County | CA Oxnard | CA San Bernardino | CA San Diego | CA San Mateo | CA Santa Cruz | CA Santa Rosa | CA Temecula | CO Boulder | CO Denver | CO Fort Collins | CO Pueblo | CT Danbury | CT Greenwich | CT New Haven | CT Norwalk | CT Stamford | FL Boynton Beach | FL Broward County | FL Cape Coral | FL Coral Springs | FL Daytona Beach | FL Delray Beach | FL Fort Lauderdale | FL Hollywood | FL Jacksonville | FL Kissimmee | FL Orlando | FL Pasco County | FL Pembroke Pines | FL Pensacola | FL Pompano Beach | FL Sarasota | FL Tampa | GA Alpharetta | GA Johns Creek | GA Macon | GA Roswell | GA Sandy Springs | IL Aurora | IL Chicago | IL Chicago Suburbs | IL Elgin | IL Joliet | IL Naperville | IL Peoria | IL Schaumburg | IL Springfield | IL Waukegan | IN Indianapolis | KS Kansas City | KY Louisville | LA New Orleans | MA Boston | MD Baltimore | MO St Louis | NC Charlotte | NC Raleigh | NJ Middlesex County | NV Las Vegas | NY Buffalo | NY Nassau County | NY New York | NY Suffolk County | OH Columbus | OK Oklahoma City | OR Portland | TN Nashville | TX Austin | TX Denton County | TX San Antonio | WA Spokane
We look forward to hearing from you and helping you with your snake control problem!
What to do if you find a shed snake skin - Finding a shed snake skin does not mean you have a snake problem. In fact, a snake could shed its skin near your home and then carry on its merry way, nowhere near you or your family and pets. That being said, where you find the snake skin does matter. If you find it right next to you house, for example, this does mean a snake was through that area and probably will be again. Did you find the snake skin in your basement? Well, that’s an entirely different problem. In that case, you definitely do have a snake issue. The good thing about a snake skin is that it is a detailed map of the snake it came off of. By taking the snake skin to an expert, you can identify the type of snake you’re dealing with. Harmless snakes outside of the home are often no cause for concern, but venomous snakes, or snakes that are inside your basement or attic, need to be dealt with accordingly.
What to do if you get bitten by a snake - Snake bites can be scary, and because snake have needle-like teeth, the bite itself is a puncture wound and prone to infection. First, if you’ve been bitten by a snake, decide immediately if you know the venom status of the animal. If you’re completely sure the snake was not venomous, you can immediately go inside and wash your wound, flushing it for five to ten minutes in warm water with an antimicrobial wash, like diluted betadine. If there is any question at all in your mind about the snake being venomous, do not wait; seek medical attention immediately. Even if you get to the emergency room and they tell you the snake was fine, it is always better to be safe than sorry. Also, forget about the old myth about sucking out the venom from a snake bite. Your mouth does not provide enough suction to get all the venom out of a snake bite, and what’s worse, you risk ingesting some of the venom through your mouth. Immediate medical attention is the only way to go.