Snake Control

Found in every region of the USA, snakes are cold-blooded legless reptiles which cause fear with several men and women. Frequent species range from the harmless garter snake into more dangerous vipers. While they are largely beneficial because their diet consists of several pests, like rats and rodents, some snakes are poisonous and pose risks to humans.


Ranging in color from dull black and brown, snakes keep an appearance that suits their own surroundings. They are highly flexible and may feature patterns along their bodies that aid in camouflage. The form of a snake’s head may be used to ascertain whether they’re likely to be dangerous or not, as venomous snakes usually have triangularly shaped heads.


Larger snakes, like pythons and boas, eat larger meals, like deer or pigs. Smaller grass snakes are mainly what we have here prey on small insects, fish, and frogs. The majority of the snakes found in America feed on rodents, birds, birds, lizards, other snakes, and smaller creatures.


As cold-blooded reptiles, snakes will need to control their own body temperature and have to live in regions with constant access to heat.


Snakes enter both homes and lawns in search of shelter and food. Snakes normally avoid human contact when possible and nest in large grasses, woodpiles, decks, barns, and sheds. The reptiles enter houses through openings or cracks in building foundations. The bigger species of snakes we locate in this region typically do not cause much harm and actually can be valuable as they provide a natural form of pest control. The fear they produce is often causing enough to have them eliminated.


Seal cracks and holes at house foundations to decrease the possibility of snakes entering. Eliminate hiding places and potential food sources by taking actions like keeping lawns, storing woodpiles off the ground and in sheds or barns, sealing trash bins with fitted lids, and cleaning jumble from basements and attics. Erecting snake-proof fences around gardens and sheds is another sound type of snake management. Critter and Wildlife Removal provides these control methods as well as removal through trapping infamous snake places to eliminate the present snake population.

If you require snake removal solutions for your house, contact Critter and Wildlife removal services today.