If you have snakes under a concrete slab, there are several steps you can take to remove them:
Seal the cracks and gaps:
Snakes can enter your home through small cracks and gaps in the concrete slab. Make sure to fill in any holes or cracks with a silicone caulk or concrete repair compound.
Use snake repellents:
There are several snake repellents available in the market that can help keep snakes away from your property. Some popular options include mothballs, ammonia, and vinegar. You can place these repellents near the cracks and gaps in the concrete slab.
Call a professional:
If the snakes are not responding to the repellents, it’s best to call a professional wildlife control company. They have the tools and experience to safely remove the snakes and prevent them from returning.
Prevent future snake sightings:
To prevent future snake sightings, keep your property free of clutter and debris, keep lawns and gardens trimmed, and reduce outdoor lighting. Snakes are attracted to dark, damp, and cluttered areas. By reducing their habitat, you can discourage them from entering your property.
If the previous steps do not solve the problem, you can consider trapping the snakes and removing them from the area. There are a variety of live traps available that are designed specifically for snakes. Be sure to release the snakes in an appropriate location far away from your property.
Note: It’s important to never try to handle a snake yourself, as many species are venomous and can be dangerous. Always leave snake removal to a professional.