Pest Control - Snakes
Your regular pest control guy probably won't want to catch the snake for you. That's typically not what they do. I get many calls from local pest control companies whose customers see snakes, and want them taken away.
Here we see a snake caught by a professional wildlife management company, not a pest control company. If you ever have any problems with wild animals, you don't want "Pest Control", you want "Animal Removal" or "Wildlife Control" and a real pro to take care of those snakes once and for all. You can't call Terminix or Orkin or any company like that to take care of a problem with large mammals and wildlife. This site has links to professional specialized wildlife trappers throughout the country.
For more snake information, go back to the snake removal page.
You can also catch snakes with a special trap, by clicking the below banner:
AAAnimal Control is a professional nuisance wildlife control company located in Orlando, FL We offer solutions to wildlife problems throughout the Greater Orlando Florida area. Services include animal trapping, capture & removal, plus animal damage repairs and preventative measures. We also offer biological cleanup and many other services. Give us a call at 407-729-6946 any time to discuss your wildlife management issue and schedule an appointment. You can always browse this site for more details and info, and you can even check out prices ahead of time. If you live elsewhere in the US and have found this site and need a local trapper in your area, click here for a nationwide list of 100's of professional wildlife control experts.
Here are some of my pages about snake control:
Snake in the House - How to Get it Out
Can Snakes Climb? Snake Crawls up a Wall
How to Tell if Snake is Venomous / Poisonous
Snake in the Pool - How To Remove
Extraction of a Snake from an Attic
How to Find a Lost Snake in the House
How to get rid of snakes in your house - Snakes inside of the house are usually living in cracks along the foundation. These serpents will not spend much of their time away from their burrow sites. This can make snakes living in the basement difficult to catch and remove. The first thing that needs to happen is that the foundation holes need to be repaired. Do not worry about sealing the snakes inside. If you close off the immediate area, they will be easy to catch. You can catch the confined snakes in any manner that does not put you or the snake in harm?s way. Most serpents inside of a home are harmless. Their presence does not warrant a death sentence; once you have repaired the foundation cracks the snakes will have to move on. If you are unsure about what snakes are in your home, hire a professional or purchase a snake trap. The professional will be able to identify and remove the animal with relative speed. A snake trap may take longer, and the success will depend on the type of trap your purchase. If nothing else, calling a professional for a trap recommendation would be wise.