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If you find that you have snakes in or around your home, please contact Critter Control® of Orlando. We have professional snake trappers on our staff that can locate and remove snakes from your home.

Learn how Critter Control of Orlando can help you with your snake issue by providing expert snake control services.

Critter Control of Orlando are Expert Snake Trappers

Remove Snakes from Your House

With a warm climate and many wetland areas, Central Florida has a large number of snakes. Many native species of snakes are important for the local ecosystem in the Orlando area. However, snakes can be very dangerous, poisonous, or not.

Native Florida Snake Species

Some of the common varieties of snakes native to Florida include Indigo snakes, Water snakes, Coachwhip snakes, Rattlesnakes, and Cottonmouths/Moccasins. From a distance slithering across your driveway or yard, all these snakes can look the same. For this reason, we recommend that you do not try to handle or remove these snakes on your own.

Please contact Critter Control® of Orlando to help remove snakes from your home. While many of these snakes are benign and mostly harmless, poisonous species such as Rattlesnakes and Cottonmouths or Moccasins can be deadly if you are bitten.

Non-Native Florida Snake Species

In addition to native snakes, non-native snakes have taken up residence throughout Florida in record numbers.

Many Orlando residents are coming in contact with non-native snake species like Pythons and Boa Constrictors. Many of these snake species were originally brought to Florida as pets, but now live in the wild, and without many natural predators their numbers are increasing. These snakes can grow very large and, like poisonous snakes, pose a serious threat if you come into contact with them.

If you see any variety of Python or Boa Constrictor, please contact Critter Control® of Orlando for assistance in trapping snakes around your home or property. Trying to remove snakes from your Orlando home can be very dangerous.

Please feel free to call us at 407-295-7194 or fill out a form to schedule your Free Home Inspection today. We even offer a 10% off animal control coupon on your initial service.

Snake Control

Because of Florida’s climate and vegetation, snakes are quite common. Many snakes are harmless and can help control the rodent population around your home. Seeing the occasional snake is generally not something to worry about. Seeing too many, or one too often is a problem though. In addition, snakes inside your home can be extremely dangerous.

8 Most Common Snakes Found in Florida

There are several different types of snakes roaming Florida, both venomous and not. Common snake varieties include:

  1. Water snakes
  2. Indigo snakes
  3. Coachwhip snakes
  4. Rattlesnakes
  5. Cottonmouths
  6. Moccasins
  7. Pythons
  8. Boa Constrictors

Why Controlling a Snake Population is so Important

Because it’s not always easy to determine whether a snake is venomous or not, we recommend never trying to handle them yourself. A qualified wildlife specialist will be better trained to safely handle and remove the snake.

Critter Control offers safe and humane snake control for both residential and commercial areas. Our wildlife specialists will come and assess the situation, determining what is attracting the snake to your home or property (e.g., food, shelter, etc.). From there, we’ll humanely remove the snake or snakes and ensure that the habitat is not inviting to snakes in the future.

If snakes are setting up shop in your Central Florida home, call Critter Control today at 407-295-7194 for your free home inspection.

Our service areas for snake trapping and snake removal in the Orlando area include Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Volusia, and Lake County. We service residents of local towns including Sanford, Lake Mary, Orlando, Clermont, Oviedo, and Kissimmee.

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