Residents are grateful for the handful of Brisbane snake catchers, especially around the hot summer season! It’s certainly not unusual to find a snake in your house or garden if you live in Brisbane. People often don’t know where and how to find any Brisbane snake catchers and often assume that the council will take care of any snake issues for free. There is no free snake call-out service in Queensland and the standard call-out will cost you a minimum of $95. Brisbane snake catchers have to pay for their own insurance, petrol and lodge reports every 3 months. Brisbane snake catchers are usually on stand by as well, and therefore depend on this income in order to support themselves and family. Although most of the call-outs are quite simple and don’t take too long, Brisbane snake catchers have to find and relocate the snake to a safe and suitable location. Some times the snake catchers have to spend significant amount of time locating the snake and a few Brisbane snakes are very venomous.
The Brisbane snake catchers from 1300 Catch it are quite regularly in the media.
Here’s a few articles that might interest you:
It’s certainly been an exciting year for the 1300 catch it snake catchers operating around Brisbane.
If you live in Brisbane and do come across a snake, don’t panic for it has almost certainly spotted you as well.
Snakes are not interested in contact with humans and will flee at any given chance.
If you find one in your home, we definitely recommend calling a Brisbane snake catcher as soon as possible.