Bat Removal in Johns Creek Georgia Watch the video – this is how we encourage bats to leave a gable vent. It appears that we use mind control with the technician being on the outside taking the video but what you do not…
This is like a game of “Where’s Waldo”. Can you see in the first picture where the hornet nest is that we were called out to remove. Now keep in mind we told the customer that bald faced hornets nests this high up in…
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We wanted to share a tidbit of advice since we are entering the summer season which elevates our calls for hornets, rats & snakes.
It is illegal to kill non-venomous snakes in the State of Georgia. Statistically more people are struck by a snake in the act of harassing it or attempting to kill it. If you see a snake make a decision to leave it alone or if you want it gone - call a professional to scour your yard and remove any snakes.
Here are some tips for attracting or harboring less snakes:
BRUSH & TRIMMING PILES: Remove brush piles/yard debris collections. Once the trimmings get wet or age it clumps together and make a nice firm "lid' for the snakes to crawl right under.
UNDER BUSHES: Trim bushes up at least 6 - 8 inches off the ground. Take away any potential hiding places.
GROUND COVER, LOW LYING BUSHES & IVY: Remove pine straw and substitute with mulch/pea gravel. Remove all ground cover which obstructs our view of the ground. If you have to have pine straw keep it as thin as possible. Thick pine straw makes a lid (like mentioned earlier) and creates a perfect den site.
HOLES: Fill in erosion or chipmunk holes as they appear. Snakes can't "dig holes" they are opportunistic though.
Stay safe out there!
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We offer several services when it comes to snake control.
For the record statistically I read that most snake bites occur when someone is trying to kill a snake. It is illegal to kill non-venomous snakes in Georgia.
Simply call us (678)935-5900.
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