Opossum Removal Services in the Dallas, Ft. Worth and Houston Areas


If you’ve become the unwitting (and unhappy) host of an opossum on your property, you’re definitely not alone. As more and more rural areas become developed with residential, storage, and even office buildings, homeowners are now discovering opossum “squatters” in record numbers. Unfortunately, these skinny-tailed critters are more than capable of wreaking havoc on their new homes!

The Problem with Opossums

An opossum’s ideal habitat is cool, dark, and easy to access. If food is readily available, as well, then the area is even more appealing to them. With this information in mind, it’s no surprise that opossums frequently “set up shop” in the crawl spaces, attics, basements, decks, porches, and tool sheds of human homes. A particularly clever opossum might even learn where you keep your trashcans or pet’s food bowl and help itself to an all-you-can-eat buffet!

Trouble arises when the nocturnal opossums keep you up at night with their constant movement and activity. They also leave waste around that can smell terrible, damage a building’s structure, and pass diseases on to humans. And, of course, if an opossum dies somewhere inside or very near to your home, it can be extremely unpleasant for everyone involved.

Experts at Work

When opossums are afoot, it’s best to call a professional to handle the situation. And Chimney and Wildlife Specialist can be your go-to team for opossum removal. We’re a BBB-accredited, award-winning company that utilizes humane, safe, and cutting-edge techniques to help homeowners get rid of pests. All of our specialists are certified, insured, and well-trained, so even the toughest jobs can be done quickly, efficiently, and affordably. Best of all: we’re locally owned and operated. For opossum removal services in the Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston areas, look no further than CWS.

Ask Away

Still, have questions or concerns about our methods? Still wondering how your home could have gotten infested in the first place? A specialist will be happy to answer these questions—in detail—before we even get started working. Not only does CWS want to help you with your current predicament, but we want to make sure you don’t find yourself in the same situation a few months down the road.

If opossums are plaguing your property, don’t delay—contact Chimney and Wildlife Specialists today!