Snake Removal and Snake Fence Updates 10/05/21

Late September and early October are usually pretty busy for us. As the monsoon wanes, we see snakes of all kinds getting ready for cooler conditions. That means there’s a lot to do: eating, mating, and traveling to wherever it is they want to wait out the winter. That can often mean they end up in a backyard or garage, and we’re called out to help.

A spike in calls usually happens right after dark. This will likely continue throughout October, dropping off dramatically in the first week of November. Of course the weather and conditions will largely determine how long this lasts, but this is a trend we see every year and we have no reason to believe it will be any different now.

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Likewise, October is a time that many homeowners realize that the fear of having a rattlesnake in the yard is something that can be stopped at any time. Things like making landscaping changes and having a snake fence installed can make a huge difference.

Snake Removal and Rattlesnake Fence Installation Updates for July 6, 2021

Wow, finally some rain! The monsoon has officially kicked off with some rain throughout the state. That means that snakes will be on the move for the first time in a while; the result is that our snake removal hotline is super busy and people are lining up to get snake fencing installed as quickly as possible.

Here are some of the projects we’ve taken on in the last week.

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Snake Removal and Snake Fence Updates – 05/27/21

The weather is weird out there, but snakes are still moving. Abnormally dry and cooler than the usual May, our mid-year slow season may be starting sooner than later. Still, we’ve been picking up rattlesnakes all across the Phoenix and Tucson metro areas every day. Here are some of the snake removals and snake fencing projects that we’ve completed recently.

How much is snake removal?

Less than the cost of a bite, and the education you receive by having an experienced rattlesnake removal specialist visit is worth much more than the removal itself. The goal with any rattlesnake conflict situation is to identify changes that can be made to the property to prevent the situation from happening again.

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Snake Fence Projects completed in Arizona recently:

Snake Removal and Snake Fence Updates – 05/11/21

Things are heating up and we’re as busy as ever, called to 5-15 homes each day for snake removal service. We’re also completing up to 5 snake fence jobs every day. As Arizona cities expand, this looks like it will be a normal spring! Here are some of the recent sights from the job:

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Snake Removals and Rattlesnake Fencing Updates – 04/01/21

It took awhile, but Spring is finally in full swing! The emergence of many rattlesnake species seems to have been delayed by back to back cold snaps, but our hotline is now chugging along at the usual rate. Our snake fence team is also super busy, as people continue to make the decision that the rattlesnake they just saw on the patio should be the last one.

Here’s a video compilation of some rattlesnake removal captures and releases.

Rattlesnake fence installation is becoming a very popular addition to any home in Arizona. Once people discover how easy it really is to keep a rattlesnake off the patio, it’s a no-brainer. Here are some of our recent projects.

Snake Removals and Rattlesnake Fencing Updates – 03/02/21

Even though it’s March, we’re still seeing cool weather that is keeping most snake activity to a minimum. However, we are also getting a lot of emails and texts with photos to identify! They’re almost all Sonoran Gophersnakes, but there are a few Western Diamondback Rattlesnakes in there as well.

Our snake fencing timelines are starting to increase as well, currently booked out about 2 weeks in both Phoenix and Tucson. This is driven by the first reports of rattlesnakes on trails, in the news, and a few other places. Once things really kick off in a couple more weeks, we expect to be flooded. If a snake fence is something you’re considering, now is the time.

Usually, we see a particular signal that happens just about when our hotline starts going crazy – multiple consecutive days in March with overnight temperatures in the upper 50s. Once that happens: it’s on!