Snakes, whether you love them or fear them they are fascinating creatures. They live without limbs, survive in a wide range of habitats throughout our state and come in all colors and sizes. Some of the most common snakes in Georgia are The King Snake, Rat Snake, Copperhead, Timber Rattler, Gardner Snake, Cottonmouth, Eastern Diamondback and Brown Snake to name a few.
They can usually be found in thick grassy areas, cluttered sections around a home, in wooded areas and yes even in your house.
Wildlife We Manage
Our wildlife program isn’t just for commercial customers, we also specialize in managing residential wildlife such as squirrels, bats, groundhogs, opossums, coyotes, bobcat, fox, beaver, snakes and other nuisance wildlife.
Once squirrels have found a way into your attic, they can cause widespread damage to insulation, wiring, gutters, soffits, fascia boards, and other forms of roof damage.
Bats can be extremely destructive and pose a great health risk. They can spread disease by contaminating your home with mold and bacteria.
Raccoons, a.k.a "Trash Pandas", can find their way into your attic to have their offspring. While creating a safe space for their young, they can cause damage to your siding, soffits, gutters, and contaminate insulation.
If they are not properly controlled, groundhogs can cause major structural damage to your home or business when burrowing. They can also chew through electrical lines and other pipes.
Beavers can cause considerable property and water damage while attempting to create a suitable home for themselves.
Once opossums find their way into your attic, they can contaminate the insulation creating an environment for parasite and bacterial growth with urine and feces.
Predators often invade your property in search for easy food sources. In some cases, they can cause harm to family members and pets.
Birds can be a real nuisance. They pose potential health risks by spreading disease and can cause damage to roofs, gutters, decks, and automobiles.
Snakes are known to be a problem around cluttered locations, wooded areas, water sources, and areas with thick ground cover. They can also bite if provoked.