The odor alone of a dead wildlife critter inside your home is very unpleasant. Beyond simply odor lies the many secondary issues the dead animal can cause, including insects, stains, and serious illnesses—all of which can linger far longer than when the carcass itself is removed. Critter Control of Cape Cod will get rid of the dead animal and any additional issues that come with it. Call our office today or reach us online!
Where is the Dead Animal in my Home?
Oftentimes, a homeowner doesn't know they have a dead animal inside their home if it has not started to smell yet. In many instances, the animal carcass is inside a wall, attic corner, or crawl space. Many animals go to a different location than that of their nest in order to die, and in some cases, you may discover dead animals inside areas like chimneys that they got into accidentally and were unable to escape from.
How Do I Get Rid of Dead Animals?
The team at Critter Control of Cape Cod is trained professionally and has several years of success in removing dead animals. We are thorough in our dead animal removal and cleanup. Secondary insects like beetles, worms, flies, and more will eat these dead animals, and the dead animal is also hazardous for household pets who are curious and will want to investigate.
How Do I Get Rid of the Smell of Dead Animals?
Heavy-duty, professional odor removal methods and equipment may be necessary. DIY methods of getting rid of dead animal smell likely will not be strong enough, especially if the animal has been rotting in your home for a long period of time, or if there are several wildlife carcasses.
The simplest way to get rid of dead animals in your Cape Cod home is to make sure animals stay out of your home to begin with. We will help you get rid of dead animals in your home. Call Critter Control of Cape Cod today!