Snake Removal In Cordova TN


Snake removal in Cordova  can be a challenge.  Our skilled technicians are trained to find them, the entry point, and repair the entry points. Snakes can often be difficult to find once they enter a home but rest assured we can get rid of them.

If you find a snake skin in the attic or need an expert snake removal done, we are the right people to call. We are familiar with snake fences and snake prevention. Sometimes you will need to do more than just find a snake; you may have to clear up some brush, remove a wood pile, or repair holes in your foundation.

Two of the primary needs of snakes are food and shelter. If your attic can provide both, you may very well end up with a snake problem on your hands one day. Let us help you eliminate worry and get rid of your snake problem for good.

The most accurate way that a person can identify whether a snake is venomous or not is to look at its eyes. That is, if you’re able to get close enough to see them. All poisonous snakes have cat like elliptical pupils while nonpoisonous snakes have solid, round eyes.

The four venomous snakes  that can be found in the United States

A rattlesnake is very easy to identify because of the rattles on their tail. If you’re not able to hear the rattler, they also have elliptical eyes and a triangular head.

  • A copperhead will range in color from bright orange to coppery brown, silver, pink, and also peach.  If you look closely, you can see the unusual "Hershey Kiss" markings on this snake.
  • The copperhead is a rather heavy-bodied snake with an average adult length between 2 and 3 feet. The head is somewhat triangular, quite distinct from the neck, and tan or copper in color, with a thin, dark line running from the eye to the rear of the jaw. The pupils are vertical and elliptical, and there is a heat sensory pit between the eye and nostril. The top of the head does not have a pattern.
  • The belly is usually whitish or yellowish white, sometimes mottled or stippled with brown or gray, with a series of dark brown or black spots or smudges along the sides. The dorsal scales are keeled, and the scales beneath the tail are usually undivided, except at the tip. The body is relatively stout and slightly triangular in cross section. Hinged, recurved, hollow fangs are present in the front of the upper jaw.

The best way to distinguish a coral snake from other snakes is by its coloring. A coral snake  has a combination of red, yellow, and black. A good rhyme to use is, “if red touches yellow, you’re a dead fellow,  if red touches black, you’re okay Jack”.

Coral snakes have a universal red-yellow-black pattern that is a series of rings (wide red and black rings separated by narrow yellow rings) that encircle the body. The colorful body is slender and the black blunt head blends seamlessly into the body with no distinctive neck. The eyes have round pupils and unlike other snakes, they have no heat sensing pits. The average coral snake grows to be around 3 feet (91 cm) in length, but can be up to 5 feet.

At Apex Wildlife Control,

we have a six step process we use to ensure that each client has an amazing experience with our service.

This process involves:

  1. Performing an onsite evaluation of the residential or commercial property involved
  2. Determine the species of snake
  3. Locate all the points of entry (If applicable)
  4. Assess any potential locations for snake breeding or habitation
  5. Sealing any areas where snakes are able to breach
  6. Provide a standard one year warranty on exclusion/repair work performed

During our consultation we will report back to the homeowner or business owner with our findings.

During this consultation, we will discuss with them what it will take to completely seal the property

to assure no future occurrence and begin the trapping process.

Our trapping process begins right after we perform the consultation with our client.

Do snake repellents actually work?


The answer is yes, but not in the way you might think and if you have a snake problem in the house you may want to avoid repellents.

When people call us about a snake in the house our first goal is to find it and remove it. We can use a variety of methods to do that. We might use powder to track it’s location, we might employ glue boards with an attractant to catch the snake, and of course we’ll look for it in the usual hiding places.

Some snake repellents on the market do not work on all snakes. Also, a repellent is just that, it might repel the snake but that does not mean it will just leave. Once we capture the snake we can start thinking about preventative measures to ensure snakes cannot find their way back in.


To get rid of snakes from a house we attempt all that can be done. Number one, find and remove the snake if at all possible. Number two, find any potential entry points and seal them. Finally, we make a final inspection to make sure that the problem is solved.

To get rid of snakes from a yard we can install a snake fence to help keep them out. This is not often done due to the high cost but if you're serious about keeping them out, this is one way to do it. There are various types of snake fencing, some are not highly visible which can pose a tripping hazard for people while others are very visible and might be a visual problem if you have HOA restrictions.

So if you have a slithery little friend you need relocated, give us a call.  At Apex Wildlife Control, our skilled technicians are trained to carefully trap and relocate your problem snakes.  Call us today!  We are here to help!


If you need snake removal in Cordova, contact us today.

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