Possum Removal In Charleston, SC.


Expert Possum Removal In Charleston, SC

Oftentimes getting a bad wrap for being dangerous and harmful creatures, possums are largely peaceful and mind their own business. Their reputation stems from their reactions to potential threats as they show their teeth and hiss. This show of protection is what is most often seen, but what isn’t is their incredible ecological benefits by eating ticks and various insects. 

While these small mammals can have positive effects on their local environments, issues can arise when possums are searching for additional food, shelter or a nesting area. These situations usually bring about damage to homes and properties as they find their way into garages, houses, sheds or even areas with small animals to hunt such as poultry. If you are currently needing to get rid of a troublesome possum population from your home or property, call the professionals at Alpha Wildlife Charleston right away. 

Get Rid Of Pesky Possums

Our possum removal experts will make their way to your home in a timely manner and inspect where the possum may be currently located, or where the critter gains access into your property. Once we have determined the source of the problem, we will develop a specialized plan to humanely remove the creature from its residence in your home and relocate it to its natural habitat. If it has a litter of offspring as well, we will make sure to keep the family together and relocate them. After removing the possum, Our team can install preventative measures in order to keep these critters from entering your garage, home, or property again.

Alpha Wildlife Possum Trapping

If you’re looking to regain a peaceful backyard that is free from possum activity, it’s time to call Charleston’s premier possum removal and exclusion company. Contact Alpha Wildlife Charleston today to get rid of your pesky possum population!

Alpha Wildlife Charleston proudly serves the greater Charleston, SC area with high quality animal removal and exclusion services for rats, bats, squirrels, raccoons, armadillos, possums, snakes birds.



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Our first step in wildlife removal involves trapping. Because of the abundance of natural resources in Nashville, unfortunately we have to share our homes with animals. We offer great pricing and unrivaled customer service in animal removal and prevention techniques. Our animal removal team also removes dead animals from homes (only).


Alpha Wildlife will fully inspect your home for any entry points in order to help wildlife and rodents move out. Bats, Squirrels and Raccoons are often found in attics of homes, in ducts and in crawl spaces. We are licensed and trained to perform effective solutions that will remove the current infestation and stop wildlife from coming back.


Squirrels love to chew on wood, wires, and plumbing. All can cause additional damage to your home or business. Squirrels can leave urine, feces, and scent trails throughout your attic. These can have lasting effects on your home.

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