Castle Rock has a wide variety of pest control issues. Not only are there the common spiders, ants, wasps, etc to deal with; but also a healthy rodent and snake population. Unfortunately, those snakes do include rattlesnakes, so use caution. Snakes are attracted to rodents as a food source. If you do not want snakes on your property a good preventative measure is to reduce the rodent population.
Rodents in Castle Rock and the surrounding communities include mice, rats, voles, and pocket gophers. If you back up to open space or a property with rodents you will likely need a regular prevention/control routine to avoid a large infestation on your property.
Snake repellent services are very effective when combined with a rodent prevention service. Snake repellent services should begin in early March before snakes come out of winter hiding and be continued through November when the weather turns cold. If you currently have snakes on your property they should be removed prior to having a snake repellent service. Otherwise, the repellent will trap the snakes onto your property.