For Professional Snake Removal, Call (800) 457-8630
Snake removal in Central Virginia is the most common call we receive for animal removal services in Henrico, Richmond, Chesterfield and Charlottesville Virginia. Wildlife Removal in Virginia uses humane, time-tested techniques for snake removal and control to prevent future infestations. We begin with an inspection to identify where, why and how snakes enter your home or office building. If we find an infestation, we remove the snakes using humane techniques and traps, when necessary. Then to prevent more snakes from entering your home, we use exclusion techniques to seal their entry ways. We also help you identify and secure potential food sources inside and outside your home to detract the snakes from returning.
There are 27 different species of snakes that thrive throughout the state of Virginia, three of them are venomous (copperhead, rattlesnake and water moccasin – aka cottonmouth). Either by chance or on purpose, they may wind up in your attic, kitchen, crawlspace or back yard. If you have a snake that’s bothering you, our professional snake handlers can remove any species of snake, including venomous snakes, from your property.
The Habits Of Snakes
The majority of snakes that enter homes do so while chasing a mouse or another rodent. Snakes enter homes through gaps under exterior doors, cracks in the foundation and gaps around pipes that run through the exterior walls. They can also get in through vents that are low to the ground or through broken basement windows. Some snakes, such as the Black Rat Snake, can even climb trees and get on top of your roof where they usually find a hole to enter the attic. We often receive calls from frantic potential customers claiming that they have a nest of Copperhead snakes in their yard. Fortunately, the problem is usually not that severe.
Snakes may try to get inside for two main reasons. The first reason is that they could be chasing a mouse or another critter that lives unnoticed in your home. Most homeowners who report a snake inside the house usually have a mouse problem. Snakes will pick up the scent trail of a mouse and follow it through the same gap or crack it uses for entry. The second reason is also simple: shelter and warmth. During early to mid-fall, snakes are looking for a safe and comfortable place to hibernate through the winter months, and a basement is the perfect spot.
Contact Us For Snake Removal
Wildlife Removal in Virginia will remove snakes from your home or land in a humane manner. We can also secure your building from future intrusions with snake exclusion. High quality work and excellent customer satisfaction is our goal. Call Wildlife Removal services at (800) 457-8630 for permanent solutions to Virginia snake removal and control today!