Removal from inside a Building
homeowners will encounter a snake inside the home, usually in a basement or crawl space. Snakes are attracted to these areas
by the warmth on cold days and the cool shade on hot days.
can increase your chances of capturing a snake in the basement by placing a Cahaba Snake Trap under, damp cloths covered by
a dry cloth in areas where snakes have been seen. You can then remove the captured snakes individually. If you are not afraid
of snakes, the best way to remove them is to sweep them into a bucket or large garbage can with a broom. NOTE: Homeowners
should exercise extreme caution when moving in a crawl space, especially if venomous snakes have been seen in the area. A
face bite could be very serious, and even a face-to-face encounter with a racer or rat snake can be an unpleasant experience.
Another very effective method of capturing
snakes inside a home or under porches, crawl spaces, or mobile homes is to use a Cahaba Snake Trap. Most small snakes up to
2 feet can be captured using a single small Cahaba Snake Trap placed against a wall .
A more elaborate arrangement of Large Cahaba Snake Trap is necessary to capture larger snakes.
The large Cahaba Snake Trap is capable of capturing snakes up to 5 or 6 feet long.
Cahaba Snake Trap can be used indoors , outdoors or under structures. Common cooking oil or vegetable oil can be
used to remove snakes from the glue. Once the unwanted guests have been removed, be sure to close any holes or entrances so
the snakes do not return.
Remember, snakes are
an important part of our natural world. The best approach in managing snake problems, where possible, is to leave these animals