Commercial Reusable Snake Trap
REUSABLE SNAKE TRAPS MADE IN USA
Trap Snakes, Lizards, Spiders and any other Insects
CAHABA SNAKE TRAP, HELPS CONTROL LIZARDS, INSECTS AND RODENTS
REUSABLE CAHABA SNAKE TRAPS
SNAKE REMOVAL MADE EASY
- Peel off the protective cover from the catch inserts.
- Slide Cahaba Catch Insert into the middle of the Cahaba snake trap.
- Place the Cahaba Snake Trap and let it work.
- Environmentally friendly approach to snake and pest control with no chemical or pesticides.
- Highky effective for catching snakes, mice, lizards, insects and spiders, including the Brown Recluse.
- Free standing.
- Works 24/7, inside and outside.
- Best if placed in varios places, inside and outside the home.
- Water resistant design.
- Safe for humans and pets.
- Blends with the inside and outside environment.
- You can purchase additional Cahaba Catch Inserts.
THE BENEFITS OF THE CAHABA SNAKE TRAP
GO TO SHOP ON LINE TO ORDER, OR YOU ALSO CAN ORDER ON AMAZON, CAHABA SNAKE TRAP
SNAKE TRAP IN BUSINESS FOR 16 YEARS
Four American made snake traps to choose from, our outdoor snake traps actually cost less than cheaper traps because you receive four catch inserts, which is like buying three other traps. Safety tunnel will last for years, only replace catch inserts when needed. Cahaba Snake Trap has been in the business for 16 years and is patented and top of the line, go to shop online to place you order.
SNAKE TRAPPING MADE EASY (DIY) NEED HELP CALL 205-967-8541
Cahaba Snake Traps For Any Place
Plenty of homeowners fear snakes in their homes more than anything else, but with the Cahaba Snake Trap™, getting them out is a simple task. We offer a top-notch snake trap made in Alabama, that’s used throughout the pet and wildlife control industry. Our trap can be used indoors or outdoors in boats, barns, gardens and more, and is the only patented and trademarked model on the market, made and sold by folks with decades of pest control experience. Since 2005, we’ve been making, selling, and shipping these traps directly from Alabama to help our customers take back their homes.
What makes our products economical is their long life and versatility. If your pest problem is something other than snakes, they can also double as lizard, insect, and rodent traps too. Their ABS commercial plastic lasts for years, so you can continue reusing it as often as you need to. Place an order today and you’ll get your trap fast. We do our best to ship same-day on orders received before 2:00 p.m. because we understand urgency when it comes to animal invasions. If you need any help, please call Buddy Hawkins at (205) 967-8541 or check our FAQ page.
How To Choose the Correct Snake Trap Size
The most important feature of a snake trap is the size because if it isn’t big enough, it won’t be effective. We offer a small snake and lizard trap about 16 inches long. This catches snakes up to 18 inches. For bigger pests, we offer a large32-inch trap that catches snakes up to 6 feet long. Whatever you’re dealing with, we have the product for you.
You need a snake trap that is free-standing, rigid, and works in all kinds of weather. We’re proud to say that ours meets all of those qualifications. At our company, we only believe in selling products that do their job 24 hours a day. They blend into their environment so well that you hardly notice their presence, and they’re perfectly safe for pets and kids
Cahaba Snake Traps come in four sizes, Large Lift-Top 32″x10″x3″ Large Reg 32″x10″x3″,Small Trap 16″x6x5″, Large Foldable trap 32″x10″x3″.
How to Catch Multiple Snakes at Once
With us and our snake and insect trap on your side, there’s no need to fear even if there’s more than one unwelcome guest. Simply place the snake trap in cool, dark places where you’ve seen snakes. Location of the snake trap is very important. After that, the second most essential feature of a trap is size. The best trap to use for multiple snake catches is the large 32-inch Lift-Top trap. This is one of 4 of our models available to choose from. We also offer a 32-inch foldable trap.
To humanely catch and release the snake and any of its friends, you’ll need to check the trap daily. When you’ve got them, remove them from the catch insert by using vegetable oil around the critter.
Where to Set Your Snake Trap
Be sure to place your trap anywhere it’s needed inside or outside. With 10 years of testing and 13 years on the market, our product is sure to bring you results with proper placement. Some areas we suggest are:
- Along walls
- Behind shrubbery
- Storage buildings
- Any where you need to place a trap
You Can Use Your Cahaba Snake Trap™
as an Insect Trap Too
Though we often think of bugs as mere pests, they can sometimes be dangerous. For example, the venom from a brown recluse spider is even more poisonous than that of a rattlesnake, though it causes less disease. This venom is toxic to cells and tissues, so it goes without saying that this is not a creature you want in your house. Fortunately, the small Cahaba Snake Trap™ is perfect for catching these creatures inside the home. If you see one or more insects, call us right away. We’ll give you what you need to get unwanted pests out of your home.
Review from a happy customer
After our family member black lab of 7 years was killed by a snake, I bought 4 of these, had 1 already, and just put one sticky mat out by itself, so 6 traps in all. They sat for a week or so with nothing, had to rescue a bird in one case (hint make sure the trap is placed in the middle of the box, not near the outside and check traps daily). The weather was cooling down, and I think the snakes went in their dens. Then we had a significant warmup yesterday. Today, 4 traps had snakes in them. One trap had 7 snakes alone (I haven’t pulled the others yet). Money well spent. I would pay anything to get my best friend back, but I would have been terrified if my kids had come across these snakes.
Regarding the material. Yes, they look like cardboard on the pictures, but they are not. They are plastic, and they seem to have been holding up just fine in the weather. They aren’t soaked or soggy as one person stated. They get wet, they dry out. I would have preferred the original style which was a solid open ended plastic box (that’s one of my traps that caught a copperhead this time), because they are much easier to empty. Now I have a bit more dread thinking about having to unlatch the end of the box to get it open enough to slide the paper out. With the open-ended ones (which were freaking tough, I’ve had it for 5 years out in the dirt, and it’s perfectly good still), it’s simple to pick up and slide out. That would be my only complaint about these. However, I’m sure they did this for a couple of reasons: 1) since the box is made from lighter plastic, bendable plastic, the box wouldn’t hold its shape without closing up the ends and latching them closed. They should go back to solid plastic. 2) Maybe they got rid of the open ends to prevent other animals from getting inside. I can understand and appreciate that.
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