We are a full-service pest control company specializing in snakes. We operate in over 150 locations across the USA!
You will not find another company with the complete snake removal services we offer.
Call us at your local branch today, and we will discuss your snake problem.
Here are some of the services we offer:
Will the city or county animal services help me with a snake issue? - When people have a problem with nuisance wildlife within a city’s limits, they can often call for help from one of the city’s control authorities. When it comes to snakes, however, that usually isn’t the case. Because the vast majority of snakes in the United States are not venomous, your city officials don’t have the resources to send people out to remove these animals from your yard. In most cases, a snake will simply go away if left alone. Animal control officers are busy dealing with animals that pose immediate threats. That being said, if you have a venomous snake in your yard and you live in a very urban area, the authorities may be able to provide you with some help. Public safety is the first concern of these agencies, and a venomous snake in a heavily populated area may warrant their attention. For the most part, you are on your own when dealing with snakes unless you want to hire a professional. Your best option? Leave the snake alone and take measures to make your property as unappealing to snakes as possible.
Can you use a trap to catch a snake? - Yes, there are traps for catching snakes, but before you go about this process, ask yourself why you are trying to catch the animal. If you just don’t like snakes, remember they are an important part of the ecosystem. They are also one of the primary predators of rats and mice, rodents that will do far worse damage around your home than any snake could ever think of. If you have a venomous snake that has been hanging around your property too long, this is another story, but this is also something you might want to hire a professional for. Glue traps work well for some venomous snakes, but you then have to handle the trap and remove the animal in a new location. This isn’t always for the average homeowner. There are also traps that can be set along fence lines to trap any snake trying to get onto the property, but again, one or two snakes isn’t the worst thing for your yard. When in doubt, especially when dealing with snakes, call a professional to help you with the situation. Some areas of the country have harmless snakes and venomous snakes that look very similar, and the help of an experienced professional would be safest.