Critter Control

 
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Snakes in your home, garden or rock piles?

Those slithering serpents are probably harmless. Critter Control can help you deal with snakes in a humane and rational way. If you see a snake and are concerned, call Critter Control at 1-800 CRITTER and our trained technicians can oftentimes catch and remove the snake.

Snake Control Solutions By Critter Control Snake Removal Specialists
Most snakes are not poisonous and are truly beneficial predators of rodents and insects, but people do not want them around their property.  We perform a complete inspection that will help make your home environment less snake friendly by repairing holes and sealing cracks to help keep critters out.

Venomous Snakes
Non-Venomous Snakes
FAQs

Venomous Snakes
Relatively few snakes are venomous. Of over 2,500 species of snakes in the world, only about 375 are venomous. Of about 116 species of snakes native to the U.S., only 19 are dangerous. Bites of a few species of the rear-fanged snakes sometimes cause harm, but the effects vary.

Basic snake biology, behavior, and snake control strategies (for those native to the U.S.) are covered in the Fact Sheet on Non-Venomous Snakes. Despite movies and folktales, a venomous snakebite will not always kill, or permanently disable you. Based on reports from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over the past several decades, honeybee stings have killed about twice as many people as have died from snake bites in the U.S. each year.

How to Tell if a Snake is Venomous
As with other animals, the shapes, numbers, and locations of physical structures are important keys used to correctly identify (ID) a species or higher taxonomic group. All venomous snakes do have at least one pair of specialized teeth used to introduce their venom into their prey. These "fangs" are usually distinctly larger or longer than most of that snake's other teeth. The presence and location of "fangs" is very important to ID a snake as venomous.

Critter Control of Central Florida’s Snake removal technicians are properly trained in how to get rid of Snakes and the elimination of Snake and pest problems using a variety of wildlife control techniques.

Critter Control of Orlando Florida, has been serving Orange, Osceola and Seminole  Counties by providing professional Snake  removal and wildlife control services for over 15 years. We are locally operated and provide integrated animal pest control and wildlife management solutions which are environmentally sound and ecologically responsible.  Our local Snake removal services are provided to Greater Orlando and Tampa area home owners, property management companies, industrial and commercial clients, municipalities and Fortune 500 companies.  Call us now to solve your Snake problems: 407-295-7194 or email us at orlando@crittercontrol.com.

Critter Control of Greater Tampa has been serving Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco Counties by providing professional Snake removal, pest control and wildlife control services for over 20 years. For service call: 813-948-0870 or email us at tampa@crittercontrol.com

Critter Control establishes the standards for excellence in the animal pest control industry and upholds those standards with a professional staff of biologists, zoologists, certified wildlife specialists, animal control officers and anti-cruelty personal.

About Critter Control

Founded in 1982, Critter Control is the nation's leading wildlife and animal damage control company serving municipalities and residential and commercial customers.  Critter Control is a member of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), National Wildlife Control Operators Association, (NWCOA), the International Franchise Association (IFA) and a proud member of the International Franchise Association's Vet Fran program.  With corporate offices located in Traverse City, Michigan, the rapidly expanding company currently has 120 franchise locations in the United States and Canada.  Critter Control has developed integrated and ecologically sound management practices to resolve wildlife conflicts and practices.