Dead Animal Removal


Here are the most common situations: deadcarcass

  • Dead rat or squirrel in the attic.
  • Dead opossum or raccoon under the house.
  • Dead rat or mouse in the wall.
  • Or, simply, a dead animal in the yard.

Dead animal removal is not easy. I have to crawl in hot attics and under dirty homes, often in hazardous conditions, and sniff out the animal, remove, decontaminate if necessary, and later dispose of the carcass in a proper manner. It's not a pleasant job. Nevertheless, dead animal removal is a necessary service, and few jobs leave customers more grateful.


Dead Animal Removal: Oftentimes animals that live inside homes die inside homes. This is very often the case with rats, which don't live very long lives, and which people often poison. When a rat or any other animal dies somewhere inside your house, such as in your attic, basement, or walls, it causes a terrible odor. If you have a very bad smell in your house, one that smells like a rotting carcass, it's probably a dead animal, likely a rat. We can come to the home, and find and remove that dead animal. We often have to do a long and difficult search, and sometimes we have to cut open areas and then repair them. For example, we may have to cut into the wall of a house to remove a rat that has fallen down a wall and died. We also spray the offending area with a special enzyme-based biohazard cleaner that kills any residual odor. It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it! 

Don't Use Poison: If you use poison in an attempt to control your rat problem, you are going to wind up with stinking dead rats in your house. Many people consider this odor worse than the original problem with live rats! If you have a rat problem, please call us for professional poison-free rat control. If it's too late, and you've already poisoned the rats, we can remove the dead one(s) from the house, and then take care of the remaining rat problem (the poison is never a permanent cure) properly.



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