What we are
Placer Snake Removal is a safe, humane rattlesnake removal service available 24/7 across Placer, El Dorado, southern Sierra, northern Amador, and the eastern Sacramento county region for immediate service. Aside from emergency rattlesnake removal, we also offer thorough property inspections to sweep through and remove any rattlesnakes on your property in addition to keeping a tally of any potential problematic spots, letting you know what you may be able to do to try limiting future run-ins with snakes and where to use extra caution. Our inspection services to seek out rattlesnakes are available as far south as the Sonora region in Tuolumne county, far northward to Corning, east into the western slope of the Sierra, and west to Sonoma county encompassing the coastal mountains north of the Bay Area.
How we’re different
We do what average pest control companies don’t: remove snakes completely unharmed and relocate the snakes into uninhabited regions where they can thrive with little threat of them wandering back to housed areas. Some pest control companies claim they work rattlesnake issues, but will probably end up using ineffective repellents or traps that inhumanely injure or slowly kill snakes and other animals that accidentally tread over these traps. Snakes aren’t your typical pest anyway, they’re key predators in the ecosystem and don’t wander onto your property/yard/house to scavenge or try to harm you — they’re wandering seeking prey animals (generally rodents), a mate, or simply some shelter. We treat these animals with the respect they deserve, while realizing they can pose a risk to people and pets in certain situations.
24/7 Rattlesnake Removal
- 24/7 availability
- Top-priority response
- Removal of additional rattlesnakes, if found
- Residential, commercial, and large properties
- Primary objective: removal of rattlesnakes discovered (or all snakes discovered if requested)
- Check any debris thoroughly to ensure no snakes are hiding out
- Target and point out potential hotspot areas (generally rocky outcrops & other surface debris on properties)
Education & Consulting
- Bust common misconceptions and myths surrounding snakes
- Explain how & why rattlesnakes live interesting, intricate social lives
- Sum up favorable habitat and regions rattlesnakes are most common, and what you can do to cut down on potential encounters
Emergency Service Zone
Placer Snake Removal offers all of our services, including 24/7 emergency rattlesnake removal service throughout western Placer, El Dorado County, Nevada, & eastern Sacramento county, which includes the following cities: Rocklin, Roseville, Lincoln, Loomis, Penryn, Newcastle, Auburn, Granite Bay, Folsom, Fair Oaks, Rancho Cordova, El Dorado Hills, Shingle Springs, Cameron Park, Diamond Springs, Placerville, Coloma, Pilot Hill, Grass Valley, and any cities/towns between.
Inspections of properties known to, or likely house rattlesnakes, is available by scheduling across a much broader region of northern California, and is available across portions of Tehama county, Glenn county, Colusa county, Yolo county, Solano county, Napa county, Sonoma county, Lake county, Mendocino county in the west, and Tuolumne county, Calaveras county, Amador county, Yuba county, Sierra county, Butte county, and Plumas county in the east. This includes the following cities & towns, and any nearby/in-between: Corning, Lodoga, Elk Creek, Paskenta, Stonyford, Rumsey, Knoxville, Guinda, Spanish Flat, Napa, Sonoma, Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Cloverdale, Lakeport, Clearlake, Hidden Valley Lake, the Sutter Buttes, Oroville, Chico, Paradise, Browns Valley, Jackson, San Andreas, Copperopolis, Sutter Creek, Angels Camp, Sonora, and Columbia.
We can and certainly will go outside of our normal zone for rattlesnake-related matters. If you have any questions at all, or would like to set something up, give us a buzz or shoot an email.
24/7 Rattlesnake Removal Hotline: (916) 509-1087
Need a snake identified? Send a photo to the number or email above. If calling to have a rattlesnake removed, try to keep an eye on it from a safe distance while we respond out.