About San Antonio
San Antonio is the second-largest city in Texas by population, second to Houston. It is also in the top 10 most populous cities in the country, coming in at #7. With over 1.5 million residents, San Antonio (and its surrounding areas) is also the second-largest city in Texas by area. San Antonio was originally a colonial outpost and Spanish mission in the early 18th century, and a few years later in 1731, became a formal settlement.
San Antonio’s rich history is apparent in its architecture. The famous Alamo, now a museum, is located in San Antonio. There are also a number of Spanish colonial-style buildings throughout the city. This historical city also has a vibrant art scene and an array of diverse cultures.
The famous San Antonio River Walk spans 15 miles along the San Antonio River and offers guided tours, shopping, cuisine, and more.
San Antonio Climate
San Antonio remains quite warm through all 4 seasons. As a subtropical climate, it is very hot and humid in the summer, and they have mild winters. At 33 inches per year, San Antonio receives less than the national average rain amount per year, even though it is such a humid climate. This humid climate can make for unique wildlife control problems in the area. When the temperature drops, there can be quite an array of problems that local animals can introduce to your home.
Common San Antonio Wildlife Issues
Animals like squirrels, raccoons, and rodents are extremely common in the city of San Antonio, and the state of Texas as a whole. If you see or hear wild animals in your home or begin to notice signs of animal presence, such as wildlife droppings, please contact our office right away. Critter Control of San Antonio is prepared to remove wildlife critters from your home and keep them from coming back.
Our team will remove any wildlife problem and ensure protection from wildlife for many seasons to come! Call us for animal or wildlife removal services today: 210.742.8430.
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