Category Archives for "Gold Coast"
Why should you possum proof? There’s plenty of reasons why possums want to enter your roof, but most commonly it’s to find a place to sleep. They come in in the very early hours of the morning and go out sometime after dark. At both those times they have the ability to be very noisy, […]Continue reading
Scratching and Scurrying Noises in the Roof. Laying in bed at night and all you can hear is the consistant chewing and scratching up in the ceiling.’Like a dripping tap it seems to get louder and louder. Right above your head. I could take it if it weren’t right above me, bloody possums!!!!! How long […]Continue reading
What are you really asking? Possum removal is just part of the job. The most important part though is the Possum Proofing of your house. Just about anyone can remove a possum, just last week I had lady ring me from Manly where she had someone come to remove a possum that was inside the […]Continue reading
The number of dead possums on the road is a concern to all people. I often get calls from people who have found an injured possum and is wondering what they can do. I don’t rescue injured animals but there are networks like WIRES and BARN who do. The bigger concern is the fact that […]Continue reading
Understanding Possums One of the most common questions I get asked is how can you guarantee your possum proofing work? Don’t possums chew their way back in? The answer is simple, yes they do chew their way back in and I can guarantee the work we do because possum removal is more than just trapping […]Continue reading
Gold Coast Possum Removal Increasingly Gold Coast Possum Removal is needed in an ever widening range. It was once just the lucky few who lived near the bush that were graced with the presence of possums but now they are moving further afield. Unfortunately more house holders are experiencing the sounds like a football team […]Continue reading
Possum Removal on the Gold Coast The other day while removing a possum from a roof in Bonogan on the Gold Coast I was confronted with a rather feisty young possum. Probably as with teenage boys, he was trying to flex his muscles and stamp his authority. Either way as i got close to the […]Continue reading