Opossum Removal Memphis TN
Do you have opossums and live in the Memphis TN area? Opossums can be a real terror to those who are truly afraid of them. Often times, those little guys mean no harm, but few people will accept them in the house! And that’s where our opossum removal service comes in to help.
Opossums are vital to the ecosystem, but when they make their way into an attic or the living room, very few people are happy about it. Our opossum removal service will trap and remove opossums, but we also perform an inspection of the property to determine how they got in, and offer you a full solution to completely solve your wildlife control problem.
Why Do I Have Opossums?
Opossums are there because one or more of their primary needs are being met. Exterminators cannot treat an opossum problem like they would an insect problem. There is no spray or magic potion to remove them. The best way to get rid of them, is to trap and remove, then, seal up any potential entry points. The fastest and the most effective way to remove an animal other than by direct capture is by positive setup. A positive setup is where the trap is placed at the entry point directly. If we can use a positive setup to eliminate your opossum problem, then that’s what we will do.
Remember, the opossum is not the real problem – there is something open allowing them to enter. To truly solve the problem we have to find and repair the point of entry. Give us a call and we will surely help you right away!
Quick Fact about this lawn damaging critter! Opossums and possums are scientifically two different groups of animals. The term “Possum” covers about 70 species of marsupials in Australia
And the term “OPOSSUM” covers about 100 species of marsupials in the western hemisphere – including our own area in Memphis.
Do Mothballs work to get rid of Opossums?
Yes, they do if you have enough of them! To get rid of an opossum using moth balls you will need so many that you will not be able to stand it either, so we highly discourage you to use them – besides they are for moths!
For the best results though, we use commercially prepared professional baits in our traps! You can find professional baits for wildlife here.
So give us a call today and we will be happy to help!