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Snakes

Suddenly seeing a snake in your house can be a terrifying experience, but it happens. It’s easy for them to slither their way in through the smallest of openings to feed on mice, insects and other pests. Snakes got you panicked? Bug Ivey can help.

In our part of the Carolinas, the most-common snakes are non-poisonous black snakes and king snakes, and venomous copperheads. They can enter homes through small cracks or crevices, gaps around doors and windows, and drain pipes. Their favorite hiding places are behind washing machines, in crawlspaces, attics and wall cavities.

Signs of Snake Infestation

If you don’t see a snake, how would you know that you have one in your home?

  • Slow-moving noise in walls or attic
  • Crinkling, scratching sounds in ceiling
  • Discarded snake skins
  • Feces that contain bones or fur
Treatment Information

Bug Ivey can help you find their hiding places, eliminate their source of food and plug up their entry points.

The wildlife removal experts at Bug Ivey can help you sleep easy again. We’re dedicated to your family’s health and well-being.

If you have any pest-control issues, we can help. Contact us.

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