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If Mitcham isn’t the possum capital of Melbourne then we’re not sure where is! The natural environment of a possum is a tree. However, as we knock down more and more trees this limits the areas for possums to live. It’s inevitable that they’ll make a cosy home for themselves in our roof. A roof space is warm and keeps the possum dry and safe from predators. We specialise in possum removal Mitcham and all other possum removal Melbourne suburbs.

You may think possums are cute but when they’re partying at night while you’re trying to sleep you attitude with change quickly. So how does a possum find it’s way into your roof? Possums are trapeze artists. They can climb downpipes, walk across power lines or jump from close by fences or trees. Possums are well established in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne and will continue to do so. That’s because the legislation governing the control of possums is quite stringent. Did you know that it’s illegal to trap and relocate a possum? Well it is an for good reason.

That’s because a possum is territorial and will fight other possums that encroach into their areas. If you were to catch and release a possum into a new area it’s likely that the possum will be moved into an already occupied possum zone. The end result will usually be a fight to the death.

Tim from Pest Control Empire is experienced in possum removal in Mitcham and virtually any other suburb where possums frequent. Tim says:

“We’re finding that new homes with flat roofs, box gutters, rain head style gutters and shared walls are easily breached by possums. The builder is supposed to construct a property that keeps out water and vermin. While we can say they do a good job at keeping out water, the same can’t be said for vermin. A possum needs an opening about the size of a clenched fist to push it’s body into a roof cavity or wall space.”

Tim continues:

“Once on the roof the possum will investigate for any breach or weakness that will allow entry into the roof space. If there’s a gap they’ll find it. If there isn’t an opening then a possum will often create one. It’s not uncommon for a possum to chew through timber to create a gap large enough to squeeze into.”

Noises in a roof space, particularly at night is a sign that a possum may be living inside. They’re a nocturnal animal and venture out at night in search of food, exercise and play mates. They will return in the morning before light.

If you hear noises in your roof space be sure to call us to investigate. The possum will relieve its bowels in your roof space and you may have urine stains dripping down your walls or staining your ceiling. If a possum dies in your roof the smell is unbearable. We’ve had several clients that have had to rent a hotel room until we were able attend and retrieve the carcass.

When we attend we confirm that the unwanted occupant is in fact a possum. Often we attend and the culprit is rats or mice. We offer a rodent control so if we find these pests we can assist with that.

If it’s a possum we identify the entry points and block them. We then install a one-way door over the active entry point. The possum will exit through the one-way door and will then be blocked out. We return a few days later to remove the door and close off this entry.

We’re the specialists in possum removal from Mitcham homes and businesses and we offer a 12-month warranty for possum removal Mitcham clients. Call us now on 1300 665 573 for all your possum control needs.

Possum Removal Mitcham
We’re the specialists in possum removal from Mitcham homes and businesses. Call us now on 1300 665 573.



If you live in Doncaster and there are constant noises in your roof then you might require possum removal. Possums will exploit any weakness in your Doncaster property to gain entry and set up camp. Once a possum gets in it won’t leave without human intervention – or until it dies and stinks the place out! If there’s any noise in your roof space then you need to call Pest Control Empire – the possum removal experts in Doncaster and Melbourne’s other eastern suburbs.

We have serviced many households in Doncaster who have possums in their roof space. Possums are nocturnal so they are active while we are trying to sleep. Tim Clinnick is the owner of Pest Control Empire and he has vast experience in possum control.

Tim says, “It’s common for homeowners to say they initially didn’t mind the possum living in their roof. They soon change their minds when the possum keeps the whole household awake! The urine stains on walls and ceilings aren’t desirable either. It’s kind of like a tenant that doesn’t pay rent and trashes the place.”

Signs a possum is in your Doncaster roof space include:

• Exterior damage to your property where they enter the roof;
• Noises like scratching, hissing, shrieking;
• Agitated and anxious pets that can smell their presence;
• Odours such as a decaying possum carcass or urine smell;
• Stains from urine;
• Dislodged light fittings caused by possums walking on them; &
• Live sightings of possums on your roof or fence.

A possum will find any weakness in your property that will allow them entry into your roof space. Common entry points for possums include:

• Broken / dislodged / missing tiles;
• Missing bricks;
• Gaps where electrical wiring is connected to the roof frame;
• Gaps in box gutters and rain heads; &
• Where flashing has been installed as it can be easy for a possum to move it.

You may think there is no way a possum can gain entry onto your roof to enter the cavity. You may have a double storey with no trees that come anywhere near the roof line.

Tim adds; “Many clients say they have inspected their property and can’ see how a possum can get to their roof line let alone gain entry. Well if you have power and communication lines that are above ground then this is the likely access point. If a human can walk on a rope (think of a trapeze artist), then a possum can easily walk along a thin electrical or communication cord to access the roof.”

If you hear noises in your roof then it’s likely that a possum, or even rats or mice have entered your Doncaster roof space. We offer all pest control services including:

• Possum Removal;
• Rodent Control;
• Mouse Control; &
• Rat Control.

Call us on 1300 665 573 or send an email enquiry to have vermin removed from your home now.



We specialise in the removal of possums from homes in Montrose in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs. Where would you rather live – in a nook in a tree or in a nice, cosy roof space? If you’re a possum this decision is easy, it’s the roof space. For starters wind, rain or the scorching hot sun won’t impact you. You’re also safe from predators such as dogs, cats, large owls and foxes. Snakes have also been known to feed on possums!

You may think having a possum in your roof isn’t such a bad thing. If you ask certain Montrose homeowners who have possums in their roof they’ll tell you the truth. They’re bloody noisy, smelly, unhygienic and destructive. If you grow ornamental plants or have fruit trees or vegetable gardens you can be sure a possum will find them, feed on them and make you very, very mad!

Possums are nocturnal so while you’re sleeping they’re partying! If you own or a neighbour owns a dog they’ll incessantly bark at possums as they scale electricity wires or boundary fences. Possums have even been known to sit directly above a dog to taunt him or her!

So now you’re probably starting to understand that a possum in your Montrose roof space isn’t such a good thing. Now then is the time to call us. We specialise in the removal of possums from your roof. We use lawful and ethical methods to remove possums.

Did you know that it’s illegal to trap a possum in a cage and then relocate it? That’s because possums are protected under the Wildlife Act 1975. The reasoning behind not relocating possums is due to the likelihood that you will release the possum into the territory of another possum. This can lead to a fight and even death.

Let’s avoid trapping altogether as it is also quite stressful on the captured possum. So what is it we do to remove the possum from your Montrose roof cavity? Firstly we audit the entire structure to identify where the possum is gaining entry. We also identify other vulnerable areas that may also provide entry.

We then block the entry points and install a one-way door. The one-way door allows the possum to exit through it but not re-enter. Pretty clever! Once the possum is out and you’re satisfied it hasn’t got back in we’ll return to remove the one-way door.

Now we can’t control where the possum might go. They might even move next door into your neighbour’s roof. But at least we’ve complied with the law and made the eviction as least stressful as possible for our native possum.

So if you’re hearing noises in your roof be sure to call us on 1300 665 573 before whatever it is causes you untold grief.



Bayswater in Melbourne’s east is home to beautiful Australian wildlife, with possums at the top of the list. The problem is that we’ve done our best to remove the natural habitat of the possum. We’ve cut down trees to build homes. Where else is the possum to go but into our roof cavity? We’re Melbourne’s premier possum removal company. We use ethical methods to remove possums without causing any harm.

A possum is a curious creature. They will investigate your home to search for potential entry points into a nice and cosy part of your roof. Once a possum has gained entry they won’t leave without human intervention. We have assisted hundreds of Bayswater homeowners with possum removal so call us if you suspect you’ve got an unwanted visitor.

Signs that a possum is in your roof include:

• Scratching noises;
• Urine stains on ceilings & walls;
• A pungent odour;
• Thumping in the roof as they enter and exit the roof;
• Rub marks at the entry point into the roof; &
• Droppings in the roof cavity and gutters.

Another sign that a possum may be onsite is agitated pets. Cats or dogs will display increased anxiety and may sit in front of a wall where a possum may be close by.
It’s also common for a possum to lodge itself in a wall cavity to sleep. As they move around in their sleep, the possum’s claws will scratch away at the plaster wall. Soon enough the possum will create a hole in the wall and will be clearly visible.

At this stage it’s time to call in the professional possum removal specialists. We promptly attend to confirm that the intruder is in fact a possum. We’ll then identify and close off the active entry point. We also audit the entire home to identify and close off any potential entry points. If we don’t do this it will only be a matter of time before the possum finds this new way into the roof cavity and the process continues.

Now you must be thinking that we’ve trapped the possum in the roof cavity by sealing the points of entry right? Well you are right. The possum will be sound asleep as we need the daylight hours to safely find and block the entries. To avoid a gruesome death though we’ll now install a one-way door.

The one-way door is usually installed over or as close as possible to the entry point. The possum will then venture out at night via the one-way door. The idea of the one-way door is self-explanatory. The possum can exit but not re-enter.

Ideally the possum exits the first night and worst case, the next. We then contact you a few days later to confirm the possum has been removed from your Bayswater home. We’ll then return and remove the one-way door. Job done!

Contact us now for safe and ethical possum removal in Bayswater. Our contact number is 1300 665 573.



We’re the possum removal specialists servicing Kilsyth in Melbourne’s east. While many people consider possums cute and cuddly, their attitude toward these furry creatures soon changes when they gain entry into your roof cavity! Possum removal Kilsyth is one of our most common services. Contact us now to begin the process of removing your unwanted possum from your roof in Kilsyth now!

Possums are nocturnal. This means that they’re awake and active at night when we’re trying to sleep. A possum will live in your roof space and venture out after dark in search of food and other possums. They’ll come and go from your roof and pay no consideration to your need for sleep!

We’re Kilsyth’s best possum removal service for a reason. We use ethical methods to remove possums that comply with Victorian law. Possums are native to Australia so legislation governs how we can and can’t remove possums from your Kilsyth property.

Possums are territorial. This means that once they’ve established a home in your home, they won’t leave without some form of intervention. An eviction notice won’t work for possums so that’s where we step in.

Our team of possum removal specialists will attend your home and confirm the presence of a possum. People hear noises in their roof and immediately think it must be a possum. This isn’t always the case as many other animals – rats, mice, birds and even bats will inhabit a roof space.

We confirm the identity of the said intruder firstly by inspecting the roof cavity. We look for signs of the presence of a possum and this includes:

• Paw prints;
• Odours (think of a smell similar to a wet dog);
• Droppings;
• Nesting materials;
• Live possums.

Possum Removal Kilsyth
We recently blocked out a possum in a Kilsyth home and when we returned to remove the one way door we found him living in the guttering! Another successful possum eviction.

It’s not uncommon for us to be inspecting a roof space and to then find a possum sleeping soundly. Once they are aware of our presence though they will run to avoid capture. We’re not too sure we’d like to catch a possum by hand though. A brush tail possum can be quite aggressive. They have sharp claws and very sharp teeth.

Another telltale sign that is living in the roof is urine stains. The stains may appear on the ceiling and down internal and external walls.

It’s also not uncommon for a possum to nest in a wall cavity. A wall cavity is cooler than a roof cavity in summer and warmer than a roof cavity in winter. Like us, possums toss and turn when they sleep. Unlike us though, a possum has sharp claws.

When the sleeping possum tosses and turns they scratch through the plaster wall. The possum will be clearly visible through the hole and we often get panicked calls from homeowners who swear the possum is trying to enter their home to attack them! We can assure you that this is not the case.

Now that we’ve confirmed that the intruder is a possum we need to find the entry point. It’s also important to identify any other potential entry points.

To find the entry point we need to start from the bottom of the structure and work our way to the top. A possum may enter via a missing brick in an exterior wall, work it’s way up a wall and then into the roof cavity.

Other entry points could be a missing or broken roof tile, rotting timber fascia boards that allow easy access or even through lead flashing that is easily moved by possums to gain entry. Other common entry points on flat roofs are box gutters and rain heads.

Once we identify the entry points we need to block them. We use metal flashing or metal grill cut to size. We use metal as possums cannot chew threw it like they can through timber or plastic. We do this during the day whilst the possum is sleeping in the roof space.

This does trap the possum within the roof but what we do next is install a one-way door. The one-way door is best installed over or close to the active entry point. We use food, such as apple or banana, to attract the possum to the one-way door. The possum should then exit via the door.
Once the possum is out it should not be able get back in. That’s not to say that it won’t try! Our clients report that the possum moves around the house in search of a new entry. If we’ve done our job correctly then there’s no chance the possum will re-enter.

We communicate with our client and in a perfect world, we are told that the possum exited the first night, tried to get back in but soon gave up and moved on. We return and remove the one-way door after confirmation that the possum is evicted.

If you suspect a possum is in your Kilsyth home then contact us on 1300 665 573. We’re Melbourne’s premier ethical possum removal specialists so contact us now.

Rat Control in Melbourne

Melbourne is home to all kinds of pests, including:

Rodents (rats & mice);
Flying insect pests;
Crawling insect pests; &

Tim Clinnick is the senior pest manager at Pest Control Empire, a major player in the Melbourne based pest management space. Tim says, “Far and away the most common complaint we have involves rodents. Rats and mice are absolutely everywhere and no suburb is immune”.

Rat Control Requirements

The three types of rodents that require pest control in Melbourne are:

1. The common house mouse;
2. The Norway Rat; &
3. The roof rat.

Rat Control | The roof rat
The roof rat is identifiable via its large ears and strikingly long tail

The common house mouse has adapted well to living among humans. Mice are smaller than rats and are far more likely to enter an occupied home than their more cautious rat relatives.

Due to their small stature mice are able to enter tiny gaps to gain entry into a home. Common entry points for mice into Melbourne homes and offices include:

• Weep holes;
• Gaps around pipes;
• Trees that overhang a roofline; &
• Gaps under doors and around windows.

Tim continues, “Our clients are quite often perplexed as to how a mouse or mice have found their way into their homes. I simply explain that if you can fit a pencil into a gap, then that’s more than enough space for a mouse to enter. I also explain that mice can actually scale vertical walls. If I hadn’t seen it I wouldn’t have believed it but it’s true!”

Mice are brazen and can often be seen scurrying around a lounge room or kitchen in search of food. Tim adds, “Mice are very confident if not cocky. I’ve had a few elderly clients that like to eat in their rocking chairs. They often relay stories of mice living under the rocking chair and pillaging food direct from the client’s plate!”

Mice are also inquisitive. It’s this trait that pest control managers in Melbourne use to bring about their demise. Tim says, “We try as far as possible to eliminate any possible food source. This includes putting all food packages into sealed Tupperware style containers, sweeping up all spills, keeping fruit in the fridge and other vigilant hygiene practices like taking internal garbage bins outside daily. We then add rodenticide in locked style bait stations and place them in strategic locations. The inquisitive nature of a mouse will lead it to investigate and feed within the bait station. The rodenticide we use is very effective and will soon lead to the death of the mouse and all his rodent friends.”

The Norway rat also is known as the common rat, street rat, sewer rat, Hanover rat, Norwegian rat, Parisian rat, water rat, or wharf rat is a very common pest in Melbourne. In fact, it’s the most successful mammal on the planet, behind humans of course!

The Norway rat lives hand in hand with humans and their preference is to dig long and continuous tunnels to provide harbourage from the weather and predators. Tim adds, “Often we receive a call from a client advising that a rat or rats are seen scurrying under their deck. When Norway rat is startled it will run to its burrow. In instances where clients have a deck, it’s very easy for a rat to create a burrow system underneath. At some very infested homes, I’ve crawled around subfloors and observed hundreds of burrows. It’s quite a sight to behold!”

To control the Norway rat we can add locked bait stations around the area where they are tunneling. We can also add tracking powder into each accessible burrow. The powder attaches to the body of the rat. Rats are social and live in groups. They groom other rats as well as themselves. A rat contaminated with tracking powder that gets groomed or grooms itself can lead to death to the colony.

The roof rat is Melbourne’s biggest pest control issue. As the name suggests, these rats inhabit roof cavities. Tim notes, “Our clients call and say it sounds like there’s a party going on in their roof space! Instantly I think of the roof rat. Due to their nocturnal nature, this rat is particularly annoying as it keeps Melbourne homeowners awake at night”.

Signs that you have a rat issue in your Melbourne roof space include:

• Noises at night;
• Scurrying sounds;
• Chewing or gnawing sounds;
• Fighting or mating sounds; &
• Musky odours.

Tim concludes, “A telltale sign of a rodent infestation is an agitated cat or dog. If there’s a rat or a mouse sleeping in a wall, a cat or dog will sit in front of that wall, often for hours on end. This is a dead give away that your Melbourne house is home to rodents”.

We’re a respected provider of rat control and pest control services in Melbourne and surrounding areas. Melbourne is home to many pests and we can help you with them all. Contact us on 1300 665 573 for a quote on your pest control Melbourne needs.

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Melbourne Pest Control In Spring

Pest Control Empire has established itself as one of the best pest control providers in Melbourne. We pride ourselves on creating lasting partnerships with our clients. To achieve this we need to achieve exceptional results for pest control Melbourne.

To achieve exceptional pest control results in Melbourne we need to identify the pest that is causing concern. Once the pest is identified we need intimate knowledge of that pest. This allows us to formulate a pest control plan to eliminate that pest. To create a pest control plan takes experience and regular training. Keeping at the forefront of industry practice is a key tenet of our business model. This has allowed us to become a key player in the Melbourne pest control environment.


Melbourne is host to an array of pests. In Spring we see an upsurge in the following pests in Melbourne:

Bee Removal Melbourne | Pest Control Empire
Bees serve a valua



In the colder months of Autumn and Winter we see an increase in the following pests in Melbourne:

Possum Control Specialists | Pest Control Empire
Call us to remove possums from your home now.


The reason for the increase in rodent and possum control in Melbourne in the colder months is more due to the fact that these pests need somewhere warm to survive. In warm weather we find that rats, mice and possums are happy to live outdoors in Melbourne.

However, regular rain and the cool temperature levels of Autumn and Winter see these pests move into Melbourne homes in their droves. So rather than an increase in population numbers, the reason more calls are received for Melbourne pest control for these mammals is weather-related.



Melbourne pest control is therefore very seasonal. As stated, bees are very prominent in Melbourne in Spring. You will notice that on the first few warm days bees will swarm. The old queen and up to half of the original colony will vacate and come to rest at a new site. The colony waits at the new site while a scout bee searches for a suitable location to establish a new colony site.

If we receive a call regarding a swarm of bees in Melbourne we will attend as a priority. If disturbed by a child or a pet the bees will defend themselves. We will always capture the swarm and then relocate them to a safe location. Bees are very beneficial to the environment so we will always endeavour to save them wherever possible.

In Melbourne we see many bee colonies establish themselves within a wall cavity of a home. A very common way that bees will enter into a wall cavity is via a weep hole. Once bees have established themselves in a wall cavity the only viable option is to destroy them. This is a last resort and is the least enjoyable part of pest control in Melbourne.



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Termites have been known to destroy a home in only 3 months

Termites are another pest that swarms in Melbourne in Spring. Termites live in a colony and some have wings. These types of termites are known as alates or reproductives. They are the future kings and queens of the termite world.

During Spring in Melbourne, usually after rain, these alates will take flight. They are in search of a new location to establish a colony. A male and female will find a suitable site, shed their wings, and begin the mating process. Within a short time, a new termite colony will be flourishing in Melbourne.

If you see flying termites you can be sure a large colony is close by. Termites are poor flyers and will not usually be able to stray too far from their original home. If you see flying termites then it’s essential you call us to conduct a pest inspection in Melbourne.


It’s the middle of Spring and pests are on the rise in Melbourne. For quality Melbourne pest control you can’t go past Pest Control Empire. We’re highly trained and experienced at pest control for all Melbourne pests. Contact us on 1300 665 573 for your pest control Melbourne needs.







Possum Removal Mitcham

How do I remove a possum from my roof?

Possum Removal in Melbourne

Melbourne is home to two specific possum species – the ringtail and the brush tail possum. The preferred home for both of these possum types is the hollows of trees. However, due to constant residential development, established trees in our suburbs are few and far between. As such, both these possum species have adapted to residing within our roof cavities. Possum removal is a vital year round service that we offer to the residents and business owners of Melbourne. If you suspect a possum is in your roof don’t delay. Give us a call now on 1300 665 573.

How do I know if a possum is living in my roof?

There are many ways to identify whether a possum is living in your Melbourne roof space. The first sign is constant noise, particularly at night. The possum is a nocturnal animal. It will sleep during the day and then venture outside at night. A possum usually adopts a routine of leaving the roof space at the same time every night.

Our clients will tell us that they hear their resident possum thump its way through the roof to head outside, usually just after dusk. They also state that the possum will return just prior to dawn.

Possums will not usually run in the roof space. In fact, our clients often compare a possum moving inside the roof to that of an elephant thumping around!

Other tell tale signs that a possum is living in your roof can be stains on a ceiling or drip marks down your walls caused by urine. A possum is a large animal and it has no qualms relieving itself in your roof. The subsequent liquid release will leave a mark as well as a pungent odour.

Pets, including cats and dogs, will also alert you to the fact that a possum is living with you. Pets will become quite agitated and will sit or pace in front of a wall where a possum may be hiding within the cavity.

In the worst possible event a possum will die in your wall or roof. The resultant stench and constant stream of blow flies will be a dead giveaway that a possum is in your roof, pardon the pun. We also offer a dead animal removal service in Melbourne.

What attracts possums in Melbourne?

Possums are mainly plant eaters (herbivores) and they prefer eucalyptus leaves, buds, ferns, flowers and fruits. They’ll eat everything from your prized roses to your vegetable garden pumpkins and carrots.  

Possums will also feast on insects, moths, snails, bird eggs, baby birds and even rodents (rats and mice). Birds, rats and mice are other pests that infiltrate our roof spaces so pest control in Melbourne is obviously a necessity!

So if you have trees, plants, fruit trees, vegetable gardens or the like either onsite or close by, your likely to have possums in your area.

How can a possum get into my roof in Melbourne?

A possum can find its way into your roof space through a multitude of spots. Firstly, clench your fist and this will demonstrate the minimum size a possum will need to be able to force itself through a gap.

Possums can find many different ways to enter your roof or walls. Here we see a possum gain entry into a roof via moving some lead flashing.
Possums can find many different ways to enter your roof or walls. Here we see a possum gain entry into a roof via moving some lead flashing.

Now look around your home and check for gaps about the size of your clenched fist. The most common spots are via gables, missing or damaged eave sheets, dislodged or broken tiles, gaps around plumbing pipes, open flue caps, through lead flashing and through rain head gutters and box gutters.

If your house has an exposed subfloor then a possum may be able to navigate it’s way from under your house, up a wall cavity and into the roof space. Possums are expert climbers so they can easily scale a down pipe or plumbing pipe to reach your roof.

Possums also have excellent balance so you’ll often see them climb an electricity pole and then trapeze across a power line to access your roof. If trees overhang or are close to your roofline then this will provide easy access to the roof for any local possum in Melbourne.

We remove possums from Melbourne homes all day everyday so we know all the tell tale signs. The entry point will display fur that transfers as the possum forces itself through the gap. There will also be dirty smudge marks along the route taken by the possum and this will be very evident around the entry point.

How do you remove a possum from my roof?

Once we attend your Melbourne home we’ll conduct a thorough inspection to firstly identify that your intruder is in fact a possum. Once the presence of a possum is confirmed we’ll then identify the entry point and any other potential entry points.

We’ll then close off the entry points before installing a one-way door. This door allows the possum to exit the roof cavity but not re-enter. The door will be installed over or as close to the entry point as possible.

If a possum has invaded your roof we'll locate the entry point and close it. The installation of a one-way door in it's place will allow the possum to still exit your roof space but it won't allow re-entry.
If a possum has invaded your roof we’ll locate the entry point and close it. The installation of a one-way door in it’s place will allow the possum to still exit your roof space but it won’t allow re-entry.

Ideally your possum will leave through the door on the first evening after installation. To encourage it to do so we’ll add food to entice the possum to and then through the door.

Once you are satisfied that your possum has been evicted we’ll attend to remove the one-way door and ensure all entry points are secure. Your possum is territorial and it will do whatever it can to try and get back in! They’ll even chew threw timber.

We’re licensed and insured to conduct all forms of pest control. We’re also happy to offer a 12 month warranty on our possum removal Melbourne service. Call us now on 1300 665 573.

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