The safety and security of your family is the utmost concern during a snake removal. Our technicians will educate you about what type of snake you have on your property, how to idenitfy poisonous snakes, and how to best deal with snakes in the yard and inside the home.
Live and Let Live
Snakes just want to be left alone. Most snake attacks are the result of humans harassing or attempting to harm snakes in their yard or in areas where the snake has made its home. Imagine if another human came into your home and started pocking and prodding at you–you'd feel threatened! Finding a single non-venomous snake in the yard on a sunday when you're mowing the yard is not a bad thing. Trust that snake is taking care of any local rodents or other small mammals that could cause a nuisance to your property and family.
Identifying Poisonous or Venomous Snakes
There are 4 species of venomous snakes that live in the United States, and they are far more rare than their non-venomous cousins. They are easily identifiable once you know what they look like, what environments they live and thrive in, and what they eat. Refer to our article on poisonous snakes for a brief explanation of these deadly creatures, and what to do if you come across them.
When in Doubt, Call a Professional for Snake Removal
If you for even a moment think that you have a poisonous snake in your home or on your property, give a local wildlife management professional a call. There is no sense in tackling a potentially dangerous snake problem on your own. Professionals in your area that perform snake removals, trapping, and exclusion will be insured and carry expensive anti-venom to make sure that their lives are not in danger. Leave it to the professionals and make sure that you are able to be there for your family in the future.