Allen Eckman, owner of A-1 Wildlife Control, said indoor snake sightings are likely to increase as the temperature drops.
He said this year has already seen a particularly high number of snake-related calls.
"This year with the change in weather, we've had lots more calls," Eckman told WCNC-TV.
City workers in Morgantown, N.C., shared a photo earlier in the summer of a snake they discovered had electrocuted itself while eating a second snake inside an electrical box at a house slated for demolition.
Snakes also aren't the only animals to make unexpected appearances in unusual places -- a London man discovered a young fox hiding out on the top rack of his dishwasher in June.