Are you looking for a licenced and experienced possum removal Brighton service? Jim’s safe control service is the ideal solution you are looking for!
As you probably already know, possums are nocturnal, thus are most active during our sleeping hours. When possums move into your Brighton home’s roof, they may damage insulation, chew electrical wiring, or contaminate the area with their urine and faeces. They can also make a terrible noise.
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Possums seem to be a bit of a problem in the Brighton area. They tend to be territorial too, so when caught they can only be released within 50 metres of the building. So, unless you fix the entry point, possums can quickly return.
Jim’s Pest Control are dedicated to providing an eco-friendly possum control service. This also includes inspecting your home for entry points, ensuring all possums are removed, and repairing your building back to its original condition. Being part of the famous Jim’s Group, you know we are a brand you can trust.
Short Possum FAQs
How much does possum removal Brighton cost?
Possum removal in Brighton costs can vary, but start at $220 for a licensed expert. Often it will be more than one possum that needs removal and trapping may need to occur across several days.
How do I get rid of possums in my Brighton backyard?
The best way of getting rid of possums in your yard is to remove the reasons for them being there in the first place. Pick ripening fruit often, and also remove any fallen fruit. If there is nothing for the possum to feed on, they are less likely to visit your yard.
How do I keep possums away from my Brighton home?
The best way of keeping possums away from your Brighton home is to remove the reason for them being there in the first place. Seal up any entrance points to your roof void. Remove any ripe or spoiled fruit from your back and front yards. Having a large dog in your back yard can help as well.
How far away do you have to take a possum to relocate it?
By law you are only able to take a possum 50 meters from where it was captured to release it. A professional will usually hold the possum for 24 hours and often take it to a secure location. It is then released 50 meters from where it was captured around Brighton once proofing measures have been put in place.