Snake Pest Control

German Fumigation Snakes range from being an unsightly irritant to deadly pests that can plague commercial spaces, warm storage units and factories. Ensuring the removal and prevention of snake infestation is vital for safety. If you see snakes or their skins indoors or around your property, you might have a snake problem. Snakes can shed up to eight times per year, depending on their age and the climate. Snakes are found indoors and outside,

Most snakes indigenous to the Pakistan are not poisonous. The exceptions are copperheads, coral snakes, rattlesnakes, and water moccasins.  If you’re bitten by one of these snakes, seek medical attention immediately, as the venom could be life-threatening.  Most poisonous snakes in the Pakistan can be identified by the following characteristics:

  • Slit eyes. The only exception is the coral snake.
  • Triangle-shaped head
  • Depression between the eyes and the nostrils.
  • Coral snakes have colorful red, yellow, and black rings, with the red and yellow rings touching each other. These snakes are usually slender and about 18 to 30 inches long. Unlike most venomous snakes, Coral snakes do not have slit eyes.


It can be very difficult to realize that you have snakes on your property until the problem becomes more severe. Snakes will typically hide in confined spaces, avoiding contact with humans. We often find snakes living in crawlspaces, walls, gardens, decks, and any overgrown vegetation surrounding the property. Snakes do leave behind a few signs of their presence. They can cause damage to structures, where they have created their nests. You may also realize that you have a snake problem if you see snakeskin in your yard or within your house. The marshes, ponds, and swamps in Louisiana and Mississippi make for the perfect habitats for many different types of snakes. Unfortunately, sometimes these reptiles leave these natural habitats, slithering into our homes and businesses.

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