When dealing with dead animal odors or dead smell it is recommended to use a dead animal removal service specialist to remove the source of the odor, not just mask it. When one neglects the source and sprays the area of stench, it only provides temporary relief and it may even make the smell worse! Depending on the size of the animal, the odor could remain from anywhere between two weeks to several months! To simply ignore the odor and let the smell dissipate over time is something most people do not want to live with. After a dead animal removal service, we offer a deodorizing service to completely remove any odors left behind.
If a dead animal is left and not properly disposed of it becomes a breeding ground for bacteria and diseases. It is important to act quickly when removing a dead animal in order to limit the time for bacteria and diseases to spread.
Dead smell in your house can attract all types of insects and disease, not to mention other nuisance animals which hope to feed on the carcass. Of course, the smell and or sight are also offensive.
The most common call we get is for dead animal removal under a house. This is often caused by a foundation vent screen that has been knocked out which allows easy access for animals in your crawl space. If you notice a vent screen is missing or an area that animals could use to get under your house you should not block the hole. This can block animals underneath your home and they could possible die.
Dead animals attract all matter of vermin and disease, not to mention new nuisance animals which wish to feed on the carcass. Of course, the dead smell and sight are also offensive. If an animal has died on your property and you do not wish to dispose of it yourself due to health concerns or other reasons, I can remove it for you and dispose of it in a proper manner. If the dead animal is within the architecture of your house I can find its location and remove it. This may involve some dismantling, for example, the removal of drywall behind which a dead carcass is located.
If an animal has died on your property and you do not wish to dispose of it yourself due to health concerns or other reasons, Trapper J can remove it for you and dispose of it in a proper manner, for a service fee.
If dead animal removal is required from within the structure of your home or office we can find its location and attempt to remove it. This may involve some demolition, for example, cutting the drywall of a ceiling or wall in which a dead rodent is located. For more information on dead animal removal and to learn how to get rid of dead animals and dead smell please call Jerry at (318)439-0202.