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How To Identify A Snake Problem

Appearance - Snakes come in a wide variety of lengths and colors, ranging from a dark gray or brown to a reddish coloring. Patterns on snakes will vary by species. The most common native snakes range in size from six inches to three feet when fully grown. They are all legless, have a forked tongue, and covered in scales.

Behavior - Snakes are most active when temperatures are mild, as they cannot survive extreme heat or cold. You may find a discarded snake skin on your property since snakes will shed their skins as they grow. Both venomous and non-venomus snakes may bite when threatened. While seeing one snake may not be indicative of an infestation, depending on the type of snake, it could be a cause for alarm and should be followed by a prompt call to us to assess the situation.

Why You Might Have Snakes

Snakes hide in grass, under wood piles and may even come out to sun themselves depending on the time of year and temperature. Rodents are a favored food source for many snakes. If you have a rodent problem, a snake problem may follow.

Snakes mean no harm in their residency, but having one or many nearby is a source of concern, especially if they have moved indoors.

Reasons To Treat Your Snake Problem Immediately

Having one snake is concerning enough, but if the snake begins to breed and you have a nest of snakes, then that can cause even more anxiety.

Snake bites, whether poisonous or not, can be painful and require medical attention. Non-poisonous snakes can cause deep wounds that can become infected or need stitches. Poisonous snakes can sometimes only give a person less than ten minutes to seek treatment before irreparable damage occurs, so avoiding this situation with snake control is necessary for you and your family.

Calling us can allow you and your family to be around your property without any fear of a snakebite. We will come to assess the snake problem and provide snake control to keep your family safe.

How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Pest Control Service?

When you're looking to hire a pest control service (aka exterminator), you can expect to pay anywhere from $110 to $290 per treatment.

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