Now Hiring Wild-Life Removal Technician Jacksonville, Florida

Watersnake Removal professionals in North Florida / Jacksonville

Catching and removing snakes is one of the things we do best.

Here is a video from out in the field of pro snake catcher, removing the snake from a homeowner’s lawn in The First Coast of Jacksonville, Florida.

What are ways to Detect A Snake Problem?

  • Seeing a snake going under your home or office, or seeing a snake slither up a water drain spout, or into a open garage door (or under a garage door), or climbing a tree near your home or office (snakes can get into the attic), some snakes can even enter your residence or business through a crack in the building’s foundation. Quick Catch technicians can inspect your home or office for possible snake access points.
  • Seeing a snake in a retention pond, roadside ditch, or even your pool should be cause for concern.  Quick Catch professionals can positively identify whether these water snakes are Water Moccasins, Cotton Mouth Rattlesnakes, or non-venomous, beneficial snakes.
  • Hearing noises or rustling in the attic is probably a mouse, rat, raccoon, opossum, or other pest, but probably NOT a snake.
  • Finding gnawed wiring or holes in air conditioning duct work are other signs of pests that should be trapped and removed by Quick Catch professionals, but NOT indications that you have a snake problem.

Call Quick Catch today (904) 859-6585 or Contact Quick Catch for Snake Removal Services.

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