Why You Should go With Professional Possum Removal
With all state regulations at play, possum removal is quite the demanding task. And if you have a problem of the sort, hiring a licensed controller is a must. It is only licensed controllers and householders who are allowed to interfere with possums and that is only if the animal is inhibiting a building or is in the roof. There are also many additional regulations about relocating, catching and handling the possums, so hiring a possum control professional is the safest bet for you.
Get the Most Efficient and Safe Possum Control Methods Available
The licensed possum removal experts of Fantastic Pest Control Melbourne will safely relocate the animal within 50 metes from where it was caught, complying with state regulations, and help you keep your home and yard protected. For that purpose, the animal will be caught, or as a last resort – trapped.
The service consists of at least two possum control visits by the Melbourne-based pest controllers, all of which included in the price. The controller will place the traps and check them every 24 hours for a period of around five days. The traps will be strategically placed where the animal is most likely to be caught.
The Benefits of Booking Possum Removal with Fantastic
Book the possum control service and make sure the issue is properly taken care of. And when you opt for the help of the experts, you’re sure to get:
- A service that abides by all rules and regulations in Victoria
- Emergency visit so the animal can be safely removed without causing further inconvenience
- Customer support online and via phone
- A list of other pest-control services, such as bed bug, cockroach, bird, termite, and mosquito control
Call right now and let Fantastic Pest Control Melbourne take care of the pest issue that’s bugging you.
Did You Know Possums …
Possums are very adaptable creatures. They are amazing swimmers and climb pretty well. They can climb vertical walls effortlessly and jump from tree to tree, 4 meters away. Another great skill of theirs is walking on power-lines.
Possums have 50 teeth – that’s more than any other mammal. They are omnivores, which means they feed on both plants and animals … oh, and they like dog and cat food as well.
Possums are animals who prefer solitude. They only come together to mate. The female possum gives birth to between two and 4 possums, of which, typically, only one would survive.
Possums also have natural immunity to rabies. They are also partially or totally immuned to snake venom.