Snake Prevention Services MN

Image of a garter snake“Better late than never,” isn’t really a saying that can be applied to snake prevention. If that slithering reptile makes its way into your home or office, the only phrase you’ll be screaming is, “get it out.” At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we are your local snake prevention experts dedicated to keeping your home or office a snake-free zone. If you are concerned about your property and looking for professional snake prevention, consider your local experts here at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc.

How Dangerous Are Snakes Native to MN?

Image of a Timber Rattlesnake is South East MinnesotaMost of the time, when someone calls us urgently because there is a snake in their home, the snake is likely not venomous. With the exception of the infamous Timber Rattlesnake, around this area, the snakes that are most common are not poisonous and unless threatened, they aren’t typically even aggressive. Unfortunately, as our population grows, the natural habitat of these snakes has dwindled. So, people find themselves in the unfortunate circumstance of seeing these creatures in their own homes and businesses. While not known for aggression, when snakes are feeling threatened they are known to attack. Since most are not poisonous, an infection from the bite and perhaps pain and bleeding may be your primary concern. Having professionals like Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., who have been providing snake prevention for over 35 years is a real asset to the community. We have experience in dealing with our local population of snakes, and we understand how they may find their way into your homes. For this reason, we can do a better job of preventing this issue from happening to you!

Why Are Snakes Coming Into My Home?

It’s pretty typical to find a snake sunbathing on a driveway in the spring and summer months. It’s also not unusual to lift up a rock or go out to your garden and find a legless creature. So why is it such a surprise to us that they are making their way into our homes? Snakes can find their way into the smallest of cracks, holes and gaps. They slither their way under the gaps in our doors, they find their way into the cracks within the foundation of your house, they can even come in through open vents and uncapped chimneys. When snakes are searching for something a bit warmer and your house is vulnerable, it’s not surprising that they find their way to you. This is why snake prevention for your home and business is key.

Snake Prevention Methods

When we get a request to perform snake prevention for any property, whether it’s residential or commercial, we will first go out and talk to our client. We want to understand your concerns and let you know exactly what to expect. We also gather our information by understanding the environment and neighborhood you may live in. Is it conducive for a snake? Are you more susceptible? Next, we will begin the inspection process. With every snake prevention inspection, we cover every inch of your property. We do this by utilizing a 17 point inspection sheet that provides cues for our professional to cover every square inch of your home. Once we have found the more susceptible areas, our team of experts will work to repair and reinforce the area so that no snake could slither its way in, even if it tried. This is done on the inside of the home, the outside of the home, under the home and even on the roof. When we notice a problem, we correct the issue so that we can prevent a larger disaster in the long run. We then teach you our steps that you need to know to ensure that no snake will ever be entering your home.

two year Warranty
Our team of professionals are experts at what they do when it comes to snake removal & prevention. We are so confident in our services that we offer a two year warranty on our snake prevention services. Our priority is always to humanely prevent snakes from entering your home and frankly, we are downright good at it.

Minnesota Wild Animal Management Snake Prevention

Don’t let the anxiety of snakes in your home keep you up at night. Prevention is key! If you are interested in snake prevention or want to learn more about Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., give us a call today at (612) 386-1289.

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Notice Regarding COVID-19

We Are Open As An Essential Business

To Our Valued Clients,

Our employees and our customers are our top priority, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of each.

As deemed by the Minnesota State Government and the MN Dept of Health, we are a essential business, and will remain open and in full operation.

In addition to our standard levels of sterilization and disinfection between each customer visit, our technicians are disinfecting themselves and equipment throughout the day.

Our technicians are practicing social distancing, and will not be greeting or shaking customer hands at this time.

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We realize that some may feel this is an overreaction to the current situation, but we would rather error on taking precautions beyond the currently stated CDC recommendations to make every effort to ensure the health of our community.

The MN Wild Animal Mgmt Team

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