We have a field agent on the line 24 hours a day, all year long, ready to help you resolve your snake situation. Even if it's just a question, don't hesitate to call any time.
Rattlesnake removal for the entire valley, and then some.
We offer snake removal services to Phoenix, Scottsdale, Ahwatukee, Paradise Valley, Care Fee, Cave Creek, Tucson, Marana, Vail, and all surrounding areas. We also have snake removal experts stationed in the West Valley areas of Buckeye, Laveen and Glendale, and in the East Valley in Mesa, Apache Junction, and Chandler.
Service times are typically between 15-40 minutes. When you call, you will be asked for a zip code right away. When we know what area of the city you're in, we can tell you how long it will take for the closest field agent to arrive, how much it will cost, and lots of other information that will help us determine the best course of action. There is no set fee for snake removal services - the cost is determined during the phone call based on a few factors, including availability, distance, perceived time to complete the project, and others. There is no difference in cost for non-venomous or venomous animals - all snakes should be considered to be dangerous until proven otherwise.
If you are needing a snake removal right now, please make sure to keep someone watching over it until we arrive. Even with a few minutes' time, a snake will try to move off and hide when the immediate 'threat' has moved.
West Valley - We have you covered.
We have dedicated snake removal service for the West valley cities of Buckeye, Tonopah, and Avondale. The sandy soil makes for a slightly different set of rattlesnakes than the rest of Phoenix, and we're able to tell you how to avoid them.
Tucson Snake Removal 520-308-6211
In the pristine Sonoran desert surrounding Tucson, snake removal is an essential service. We offer rattlesnake relocation, snake fence installation, and property inspection services to Tucson, Marana, and surrounding areas. Many of the homes in the area feature beautiful natural desert landscaping, which means the occasional rattlesnake will likely show up looking for food, water, and shelter.