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snake found on charlotte home inspection

Charlotte home inspector Chip Sprague got quite a surprized when he did his inspection off Rocky River Rd today near Concord NC.  He was performing his normal routine checking along the crawl space foundation wall when out pops this large king snake who was not to happy to have an intruder in his crawl space.  Chip said after he regained his composure to get his camera out and take a picture the snake was about 7ft long and about 2-3 inches in diameter at his thickest.  Chip said "You know that thing they alows say about them being more afraid of you then you are of them?  Well that's a lie"  The potential buyers say they are not moving forward on this deal until Critter Control has come out and freed the crawl space of any and all snakes and screens are put on the crawl space vents.

Preston Sandlin and Home Inspection Carolina have providing thorough quality home inspections in the Charlotte NC area for over 15 years.  Preston has a masters’ degree in Education and has taught Home Inspection classes for years.  He also is a certified infrared thermographer.  Home Inspection Carolina has  been on TV many times and has a Charlotte Home Inspector radio show .  So you are in need of a home inspection in Charlotte NC, Gastonia NC, Weddington NC, Mooresville NC, Fort Mill SC or Rock Hill SC call Home Inspection Carolina (704) 542-6575.

 

Preston Sandlin

Home Inspection Carolina

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Rainer
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A good home inspector is worth his (her) weight in gold!

October 07, 2011 08:29 AM
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Andrew Herren
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If the snake is calling that crawl space home there is a food source nearby. I would be more worried about a rodent problem than I would a "good" snake.

October 07, 2011 08:36 AM
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Sheila Anderson
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Good morning Preston. Although scary, I enjoyed your post. Only a professional would worry about getting a picture of the snake. Good job. Have a safe weekend.

October 07, 2011 08:48 AM
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Myrl Jeffcoat
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I only have one question. . .Did the snake serve up the home inspector with fava beans and a fine Chianti?  Sorry, it seemed only fitting to quote a line from Hanibal Lechtor, from "Silence of the Lambs". . .:-)

October 07, 2011 09:40 PM
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I always worry about the creatures under the crawl space....Just thought they usually had 8 legs!

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