Tallahassee Snake Skin Identification

Tallahassee snake

Did you find a snake skin in Tallahassee, FL? I can help you identify it! I am an expert on all Tallahassee snakes, and can even identify them by the shed snakeskin they leave behind. Just email me a photo or two of the skin, to info@tallahasseesnakes.com and I will identify it TODAY or maybe tomorrow. Usually the same day. I have been doing this for 15 years as my hobby, and always answer right away!

Tallahassee snake skin

Tallahassee snake skin

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Snakes have a tendency to get into some weird places when they end up in your home. The two likeliest places for them to settle in are the basement and the attic. Basements are alluring to snakes because they are dark and usually have plenty of nice places to curl up and use like a nest. This is also true for attics, with the added benefit of them being nice and warm. Garages are another common location as well. All of these offer their benefits, including a chance of tasty rodents. Snakes are more likely to settle in the attic than the basement because it gets so nice and warm up there. if you see, find, or hear evidence of a snake in the attic, basement, or garage, rest assured that our staff are highly trained to remove snakes from such locations. Our experienced staff are equipped and skilled in snake removal and know the best and safest ways to capture and relocate snakes that find their way into your attic. Going after a snake yourself is dangerous, as even non-venomous snakes can bite if agitated. Whether you’re looking for hand capture or need some traps set up for relocation, our staff are available day or night to ensure snakes in your attic won’t be there for long. Though not inherently dangerous if left alone, snakes belong outside and not in your attic. Our staff have the training and equipment to safely remove a snake from anywhere in your home. That includes the attic, obviously. We know snakes where snakes are most likely to hole up, and thus have the best chance to safely remove them from your home.