Sansevieria like to dry out completely between waterings. The most common mistake made with these plants is overwatering. Even if your plant is placed in ample bright indirect light, you won't need to water it more than once every 10 days (at most) during the growing season
They can withstand full sun and handle low light—though they will do best in indirect sunlight. And because Sansevieria are native to the arid deserts of West Africa, they do not require much water, especially in the winter.
The snake plant despite its toughness will be harmed by extremely cold winter temperatures. It can withstand temperatures as low as 5°C / 41°F if the soil is dry. Temperatures between 18°C and 27°C / 65°F… ..and 80°F are required for good average growing conditions.
The best time to do this repotting is in the late winter or very early spring. This puts the transplant during the time of year that the plant's not in active growth mode. But if needed, it can be performed at any time of year. You'll know it's time when roots start creeping through the drainage holes of your pot.