Snakes that invade your home or property are not only a nuisance, they can pose a threat to pets and people as some snakes are venemous.  It’s hard to tell if a snake is poisonous unless you get up close, which puts you at risk. Instead, protect your family with our wide selection of professional grade snake repellants, traps, tongs, and bait. 

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The Two Types of Snakes

•    Poisonous Snakes

These are obviously a bigger threat to the health and well-being of you and your family, and this category includes such fearsome snakes as the copperhead, water moccasin and numerous species of rattlesnakes , all of which can cause serious and often fatal injury if they are allowed to maintain a presence around your home. Because their main source of food are small rodents, having any rodents such as mice or rats in or around your home makes it much more likely that you might have poisonous snakes lurking not far away.

•    Non-Poisonous Snakes

Although they don’t present a massive threat to the health of you and your loved ones like venomous snakes do, the non-venomous species of snakes are also a serious pest problem, and can cause many problems should they find their way into your home. The major problem that non-venomous snakes can cause is that they are liable to create nests inside a house, which can easily draw in more pests of different species and cause a huge problem if not taken care of quickly and completely.

How To Get Rid Of Snakes  – Snake Repellent And Snake Traps

Knowing how to keep snakes away is a matter of knowing about the tools available to do so. With snakes, there are really only two ways to do it; repel them or use giant glue traps to capture and kill them.

Snake repellent  is one of the greatest ways to make sure your home doesn’t fall victim to these pests. It is designed to repel all snakes, both poisonous and non-poisonous, and can be applied around the perimeter of your house or yard. This will give you the peace of mind knowing that any snakes that come near your home will quickly turn away and look for a more hospitable environment.

Should there be an ongoing snake problem, a repellent is not going to be enough, and snake traps should be used to kill snakes that are already on the property. Most traps for this purpose are the same glue based products as many rat traps, and should be checked and cleaned regularly after they are applied.

Pictures of Snakes

Here are some snake pictures:

Eastern Garter Snake

Eastern Garter Snake
Image courtesy of FCPS

 

 

Coral Snake


Image couresty of the University of Florida

 

 

Rough Green Snake

Rough Green Snake
Image courtesy of the University of Pittsburg

 

 

Scarlet King Snake

Scarlet King Snake
Image courtesy of Stetson University

 

 

Rattle Snake

Rattle Snake
Image courtesy of Cal Poly LAND

 

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