First we map out where the possums are hiding, and then we set up traps in order to remove them safely. Then we’ll give you tips on how to dampen their desire to return. We believe MiteBuster's possum removal system isthe most efficient and cost-effective method you’ll find in NJ.
Possums, while one of the more common mammals that stalk the neighborhood at night, are not dangerous to humans. In fact, they are more scared of you than you might be of them. However, they love to live in attics, under houses, and in walls or garages; and their feces can fill up an area quickly.
One of the most unpleasant things about possums is their love of roadkill &ndash they’ll eat the entire body and skeleton. They’ll also kill local cockroaches and rats if they feel their food supply is threatened, all a service to humanity (unless they leave the rat’s body to fester).
A female possum can produce up to 20 babies in a litter. Those babies will live for about two years once they reach adulthood, and the females will reproduce about once a year in our northern NJ climate. This means that despite local efforts to control the possum population, more are being added to the neighborhood every day.
Some signs of possums in your home are:
You will need a pest control specialist to remove them immediately, as their removal is not an easy process.
Pest control methods that work on other mammals don’t work on possums. There’s no repellent or noise maker that will cause possums to leave the comfort of your home. The only surefire way of getting them to leave your house is in a cage. We can remove them; our certified possum removers are ready for your call.
MiteBuster’sNJ possum removers know how to stop these pests from settling in to make babies.