AAAC Snake Removal & Control In San Diego CA
We are San Diego’s most gentle and complete wildlife service!
Owner: Ronald & Patti Chavez
Humane Certified Professional
Wildlife Management Professional
NWCOA Certified Basic Wildlife Control Operator
San Diego County
11956 Bernardo Plaza Dr. 546
San Diego, CA 92128
San Diego County 619-568-2683
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Snake Removal San Diego, Fallbrook, Rancho Santa Fe, Carlsbad, Poway, Encinitas, El Cajon, and surrounding communities
San Diego Snake Removal
When you find a snake in your home, call AAAC Wildlife Removal for snake removal. Snakes can enter your home from very small openings. We will locate and trap the snake in your home. We will also seal up your home so snakes can not enter again. Snake trapping is a humane way of getting rid of snakes in San Diego. If you have a snake problem, let us take care of it with snake control.
Snake Removal and Snake Control is a common service throughout Camp Pendleton, Carlsbad, Castle Park, Del Mar, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Fallbrook, North San Diego, Oceanside, Poway, Rancho Santa Fe, San Dieguito, San Marcos, Santee, Solana Beach, Spring Valley, Valley Center, Vista, and nearby cities. We handle commercial and residential clients who are concerned about snakes being too close for comfort.
Rattlesnakes and cottonmouths (water moccasins) are by far the most common snakes that cause worry among people. And for good reason. One bite from a rattlesnake or cottonmouth can have serious consequences. Although in this day and age it is relatively rare to die from a snake bite from any kind of snake, getting bit by a venomous snake often leads to severe pain and disfigurement, as well as a hefty hospital bill over $100,000 dollars.
Coral snakes and copperheads are also venomous snakes that live in California. Copperheads are not as deadly as rattlesnakes, but their venom can still do considerable harm. Coral snakes are shy snakes and not as likely to get agitated and strike as the pit vipers. For this reason, the coral snake does not create quite the same level of fear as rattlesnakes do. Quite a beautiful snake with its’ bright colors, the coral snake is often seen in flower gardens.
Is it only a snake in your home or commercial building that you’re concerned about? You may think you only have a snake problem when, in fact, you have a rodent infestation. It makes perfect sense, snakes are attracted to locations that are able to supply them with food.
What should you do when faced with a snake in your home or on your property? Keep your distance. Many people underestimate the striking distance of a snake and end up bit. Do not mess with the snake to try to kill it. You may be surprised to learn that the majority of snake bite victims are not unsuspecting hikers, but untrained persons handling snakes or trying to kill them.
San Diego snake control and snake removal should begin as soon as there is evidence of them living in your garage, crawlspace, basement, or shed. Don’t take the risk of getting bit by a potentially venomous snake. Wildlife professionals have the training to do a quick and accurate identification of your snake and the tools to trap it in the safest and most humane way possible.
A dead snake needs to be removed as soon as possible. Leaving a dead snake is unsightly and will only make the problem worse by attracting other animals and insects.
We remove pest wildlife and snakes, including rattlesnakes, from all of the following cities around Metro San Diego:
Camp Pendleton, Carlsbad, Castle Park, Del Mar, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Fallbrook, North San Diego, Oceanside, Poway, Rancho Santa Fe, San Dieguito, San Marcos, Santee, Solana Beach, Spring Valley, Valley Center, Vista, and nearby cities is your local wildlife professional that can get rid of your snake problem in the quickest and most humane way possible.
Call AAAC Wildlife Removal of San Diego at 619-568-2683 for your local Wildlife Removal and San Diego Snake Removal expert.