Dead Animal Removal
Dead animals attract different kinds of vermin and disease, not to mention attract new problem animals that may feed on the carcass. Of course, the smell and sight are also offensive. If an animal dies on your property and you do not wish to get rid of it yourself due to health concerns or other reasons, we can safely remove it for you for a small service fee. If the dead animal(s) has expired inside a wall it may involve some dismantling, for example, the removal of drywall. Carcass removal fees are based on the degree of difficulty of the removal. If you think you may have to get rid of dead animals in your home or attic contact us and we will give you a no obligation estimate to remove it.
If we do find and remove any dead animals in your home it is a good idea to also have the area decontaminated to avoid having potentially infectious diseases eliminated on the spot.
Air FlowThis is a factor which is often overlooked. Sometimes with a dead animal, people say, "I smell it stronger in the morning" or some variation. It all depends on where the air is flowing. If the dead animal is in the attic, perhaps as the attic cools off at night, the odor molecules sink down to the house level, but as the attic heats up in the day, the stinky air rises up, and doesn't smell as strong in the house.
Regardless of the exact strength of the odor, most people cannot tolerate the stench caused by dead animals in the house. It's simply very unpleasant.