Complete Bee & Snake Removal in Florida and Georgia
Trapper John Animal Control is an expert when it comes to bee removal in Florida and Georgia. With concerns rising about the spread of the Africanized bee, also known as the killer bees, people are taking the more direct approach of removing bees instead of just avoiding them. Trapper John is different from other pest control companies when it comes to bee removal. We don’t just spray and kill the bees we see. We find the hive, remove the bees and remove the hive to prevent future infestations. We believe in complete bee removal.
There have been several attacks and cases of the Africanized bee stinging and attacking people in both Florida and Georgia. It is very difficult to tell the difference between a regular honey bee or and an Africanized killer bee. One of the main differences is the Africanized killer bee is easily agitated and will attack with very little provoking it. By the time you realize what is happening, it maybe too late.
Experts like Trapper John are trained and skilled to deal with these bees and remove them from your property. When you are in need of complete bee removal, call the name you can trust.
Call Trapper John: 800-741-2201
Snakes are very common in Florida and Georgia, which increases the need for services like snake removal.
Many people don’t know the difference between a venomous snake and a nonvenomous snake, which increases the problem if a snake is in your home or business. Both Florida and Georgia are home to rattlesnakes, cottonmouths, copper mouths, and other venomous varieties as well as several nonvenomous varieties such as the common garden snake and king snake. In southern Florida you are presented with the newer problem of rock and Burmese pythons, which can get quite large and are a part of the constrictor family.
If a snake is in your home or business, the only option is to physically remove it from the building. Professionals are trained to trap and capture a snake that is in your home, business or yard without bringing harm to the snake or anyone else.
When it comes to snake removal Trapper John follows all local, state and federal laws to either relocate or exterminate the snake. If you have found a snake, are unsure what it is or don’t know how to remove it, call a professional; call Trapper John, snake removal experts.