Opossum Removal in Columbia South Carolina
In South Carolina, an opossum or possum weighs between 4 to 7 pounds and is 6 to 8 inches tall at the shoulder. In its southern area, females have at least two litters every year.
Opossums carry diseases such as leptospirosis, relapsing fever, tuberculosis, tularemia, toxoplasmosis, spotted fever, trichomoniasis, coccidiosis, and Chagas disease. Mites, fleas, ticks, and lice are all possible infestations. Cat and dog fleas thrive in opossums, especially in metropolitan areas.
Opossums, aside from skunks, are responsible for some of the most rancid infestations in North America due to their terrible odor and the bulk of their droppings. Opossums are one of the most harmful creatures to have in a home because of their size and neutrality, preferring to focus on the attic or crawl area. Most opossum intrusions are accompanied by a rodent infestation in the majority of residences inspected.
Opossums can create serious potential health hazards within your dwelling. To keep your family and dwelling safe from potential opossum intrusions, contact us for our opossum control and decontamination services in Columbia, Irmo, Lexington, and surrounding areas.
Our experts will visit and do a full inspection of your house, identifying any existing infiltration points and possum removal service requirements. Our Columbia possum removal service is complete and thorough, so you can return to living a pest-free life with confidence.