Professional Snake Trapping, Removal & Control in CT & RI
- Snake in the basement? Snakes enter garages, basements and even attics in search for food such as mice, bugs and even bats, or to look for a safe haven. They regulate their body heat by laying on warm surfaces to raise, or by hiding in the shade, to lower, their body temp. There are 14 varieties of snakes in CT, only two of which are venomous (Timber Rattle Snake and Copperhead), the rest are harmless garden snakes. All are good for the environment, eating bugs and small rodents. For more info on snakes of CT, read the book
Snakes of New England, by Linda Krulikowski
Ringneck Snake (Diadophis Punctatus) found in basement
Black Rat Snakes (Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta) from basement in Voluntown, CT*
Water Snake (Nerodia sipedon)
This Common Garter Snake (Thamnophis sirtalis) was sunning himself on an ornamental bush
Thank you for looking into our snake problem on Sand Hill Rd. in Voluntown. We very much hope, that you can effectively do something about those uninvited guests in our home. May your slogan be your challenge!