Opossums are a major nuisance because they are smelly, spread garbage, steal food, harass pets, and carry diseases and parasites. They often build nests under porches or sheds and can even move into garages, attics, and basements.
If opossums are a significant nuisance to your family or business, it’s best to rely upon a professional wildlife removal and exclusion service to trap and remove them and take measures to prevent their return. Our Wildlife Removal and Exclusion Service handles the pests mentioned here as well as a wide range of other animals, including snakes, foxes, and rodents. We also offer an exclusive total rodent exclusion treatment for the foundation of your home that will keep mice, rats, and other rodents from gaining entry into your home before they can become a problem.
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