Lawrenceville Snake Removal

Georgia has an abundance of snakes, from venomous pit vipers like copperheads or rattlers, to harmless snakes like rat snakes and garter snakes. Many of these snakes live in urban or neighborhood settings in the city of Lawrenceville.

24/7 Cell Phone: 678-804-4556

I have spent my career talking with hundreds of snake removal guys throughout the USA, and I myself have personally trained dozens so far. In the city of Lawrenceville, call our tech at 678-804-4556. He can usually come out same-day, often very quickly, to catch your unwanted snake(s). Our range includes all of Gwinnett County, including the towns of Dacula, Duluth GA, Grayson, Lake Lanier, Lilburn, Loganville, Norcross, Parkway, Peachtree Corners, Rockbridge, Snellville, Sugar Hill, Suwanee, and of course Lawrenceville pest control for wildlife.

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We are a full service Lawrenceville wildlife removal company specializing in snake control in Lawrenceville. If our guy is not available, you can do a search for a different Lawrenceville snake removal company, but be sure you are comfortable with their service and prices before you hire. Lawrenceville snake control is of course a specialty field, and not every expert in you hire is the same - you don't want to hire a snake exterminator or pest control company, but a specialty Georgia wild animal removal professional to provide you with Gwinnett County GA snake removal help.

Common Snakes of Lawrenceville, GA: The most common snakes in Lawrenceville include rat snakes, garter snakes, and racers. In water, common water snakes. These are not dangerous. Venomous snakes of Lawrenceville are rare and may include rattlesnakes or copperhead/cottonmouth. For a full description of all snake species in Lawrenceville, with photos and identification of all poisonous species, visit

Lawrenceville Georgia Snake Situation: I just finished reading the section on "how to kill snakes" on your webpage. It was a big disappointment. Not only is the title misleading but your sophomoric name calling is offensive. My wife has seen two different snakes in the past three days. She is horrified by it because we have two daughters (6 and 2) who love to play in our yard. We have a small, fenced in back yard and we keep the back door open as each of them play on the patio. We have taught our daughters to fear snakes and to leave them alone - but I don't want either of them to be in the yard playing, see a snake at a distance and then have to come in the house crying because of some reptile - poisonous or not. I would feel the same way if they were afraid of bunny rabbits. What's that? I should teach my little tots to identify and respect the snake so they won't have to come in the house at all? Both daughters are very secure and intelligent girls and they learn things quickly - but there is no level of teaching at their ages that would give me the confidence that they would be able to consistently identify what is and is not a poisonous snake. To you that makes me a redneck asshole - or something like that. Aside from the fact that such language and attitude completely undercuts any good your site could bring, it displays a profound ignorance. The bottom line is I'm putting out mothballs because I hear that's a good deterrent - I have to assume that since you gave no helpful suggestions at all under the heading mentioned. To any extent that doesn't work I will kill the snake(s). Then I'm going to sit down on my back porch, pop open a cold Pabst blue ribbon and watch the Confederate flag waving in the wind as I savor my accomplishment. (None of that is true, of course, but I thought I'd satisfy you with the image). Instead, if you want to come on up to Lawrenceville, Georgia and take the snakes away for free I'll be glad to give you a glass of water for your trouble.

You're right, I could be nicer, but I get an average of 20 photos of butchered harmless snakes per month. I haven't seen an actual venomous snake photo sent to me yet. But talk to any ER doc, and 90percent of venomous snakebites happen during an attempt to catch or kill them. Mothballs absolutely do not affect snake behavior and are a carcinogen that poisons the environment and threatens the health of your kids or pets who play outside.

Learn more about Venomous Snakes of Georgia and Common Snakes of Georgia.

For more information on Lawrenceville snake removal, identifying snakes of Gwinnett County Georgia, or general snake help, browse this site, or go to Snake Removal - How to Get Rid of Snakes home page. I wish you good luck with your Lawrenceville snake problem!