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San Antonio Snake Removal and Control

If you are in need of Snake Control in San Antonio in the Bexar County area, then you should contact us today. A search is performed identifying the presence of Snakes, Skins, Droppings, the food source the Snakes are after, and openings they may be using to gain access into your home

San Antonio Wildlife Control Snake removal services include:

A thorough search of your yard, property, home, attic, and crawlspace.
Removal of more than one snake, with no extra charge.
Locating openings snakes are or can be using.
Search for snake skins or sheds, droppings, and the food source that is attracting them.
Assessment of habitat, vegetation, and yard debris.
Effective snake control solutions.

How To Get Rid Of Snakes:
It is very important to remember when a snake is found in or around a home, to stay away from the it. Unless it is 100% identified as non venomous, treat it as it is venomous. Do not try to remove it, kill it, or harass it. Call a professional at San Antonio Wildlife Management. We can assist with snake help, identification, removal, and even phone support making you aware of some of the underlying issues that may be happening for example:


Is there a Rodent, Squirrel, or Bird Problem in or around your home?
Is there openings around your foundation or roofline?
Do Tree’s overlap your roof?
Are you noticing frequent snake sightings?
Have you found skins, droppings, or areas where are often found?
Is there yard debris, or a abundance of over growth?
The answers to many of these problems will be addressed and evaluated by our team, as we can provide a long lasting permanent solution.
As a defense mechanism, the grey rat snake will rattle its tail, or vibrate it fast enough to produce a rattle sound, even though not a rattlesnake. They can grow very large, as we have found them up to 9′ ft in length. 

Snake Repellents
Snake Repellents are more often ineffective by itself. There are several different snake repellents on the market, and few can be effective only in addition to other control options. Separating Facts from Myths is crucial. Fact, Moth Balls are ineffective. Not only do Moth Balls not work, they are bad for the environment. Snake Repellents come in spray, liquid, and powder form. For a Snake Repellent to be effective, debris or shelter for snakes must be removed or habitat modified. The food source must be eliminated. Openings in or around your home must be secured. The other factors that can effect longevity of Snake Repellents can be weather. How much rain does the area receive, is it the rain or flooding season, does the area hold a lot of moisture. There are several safety precautions when using Snake Repellents, so the best thing to do is contact one of our professionals for further assistance.

Snakes In Your Yard
Seeing Snakes in your yard may not be a need of panic. Best thing to do is leave it alone as it is just passing by. Snakes are put here for a reason and they do their fair share of controlling rodent populations. But if it does come up around the home, gets too close to children or pets removal may be necessary.

Snakes In Your Home

The presence of snake activity in your home can seem like a nightmare for any homeowner. Thoughts of snakes slithering around a home can be very unsettling. First of all, Snakes are excellent climbers. Snakes will not be confined to low foundation openings, but can and will take advantage of trees, bushes, and limbs overlapping your roof line, use mortar lines in between brick to move up your home, and gutter spouts to climb higher to access attic openings. They often will enter homes high and low if there are openings, to seek out a food source. By food source, usually mice, rats, birds, and squirrels. Body oils that rub off a animals fur that are using your home as shelter, is all a snake needs to follow scent markings, attractants, and trails, right to the same exact opening the animal has been. Once they are inside the home, it will follow those same trails through insulation in attics, walls, or even into the crawlspace to search out the food source. Have you ever seen a mouse run across a floor? If your one of the homeowners who have came home to a snake in your floor, this is how that happens.

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