Occasionally, animals living in your property can die. The main signs of a dead animal in your compound include terrible odor, lots of flies, and stained walls and ceilings. If this happens in your home or building, you need to have the corpse removes and the place decontaminated to prevent any health hazard. Our company specializes in dead animal removal, and we are located at Napa and other cities including El Sobrante, Fairfield, Martinez, American Canyon, Rohnert Park, Vallejo, Suisun City, Hercules, Petaluma, Sonoma, Vacaville, Pinole, Benicia, San Pablo, and Novato. This is the number you should call to arrange for dead animal removal service: (800) 430-3778.
We collect carcasses from residential and commercial places. Our services are available seven days a week, 24 hours a day. When you give us a call, you are expected to provide us with information about your location and the type of animal we will be collecting
Dead Animal Removal Process
Most of our clients want to know how we do it: if there are individual devices we apply. For those who don’t know, we carry out a telescopic inspection first with fiber optic scopes and mirrors. However, there is no magical machine for odor detection- our sense of smell is our most excellent tool. We have to sniff on walls, ceilings, and bushes. We have been in service for years so we know the smell of a dead animal like daylight. Sometimes, patience, persistence, and hard work are what counts. We will not give up till we get the stinking animal body. In our numerous years of experience, we have learned not to underestimate the architecture of a building when finding dead animals. These are the steps we follow to remove dead animals.
- Following the direction of the odor: The smell gets stronger as we get closer to the dead animal.
- Assessing the architectural features: crawlspaces, attics – To find out where the animal might have died in.
- After finding the area where the odor is coming from, we dig a hole to expose the body.
- We bag the carcass and take it to an incineration point.
- Cleaning up: There must be a lot of fluids and maggots where the dead body lay. After mopping the place, we spray down the area with specialized cleaners that disintegrate the stinking biomass and debris. Then we disinfect the site thoroughly. If the animal was in the house. We let the house air out by opening windows and doors. The smell will go away eventually.
Dead Animals Carry Diseases
A dead animal is often covered with parasites such as ticks, fleas, and mites. These pests can transmit diseases and pathogens they have sucked from the dead animal. Nobody should touch a dead animal with bare skin. That’s why we use gloves and protective clothes when carrying out this mission. We also have to put on gas masks for full protection.
Some common situations we are called to deal with include:
- Dead rat in the wall
- Dead mole in the yard
- Dead mice/rats in the attic and crawlspaces
- Dead raccoon in the basement
- Dead opossum in the garage
- Dead stray dog/cat in the garden
As you can see, the removal of a dead animal is not an easy task and should only be handled by experts. Some of the tough steps we have to endure include crawling in hot attics, below dirty basements, and in risky conditions, we have to sniff till we find the carcass. The disposal process must be carried in the right manner. Simply put, dead animal removal is not a pleasant job but we always leave our clients happy and satisfied.
Is a dead raccoon stuck in a hard-to-reach place at your home? Did an opossum die under your house days ago and now you cannot bear the strong stench in your house? Relax for you have landed on the best dead animal removal company’s website. No perfume or spray can help you but us.
Do you wish to hire a dead animal removal expert and want to know how much it’s going to cost you? Call us at (800) 430-3778 today. Our expertise which is accompanied by many years of experience plays a huge role in finding a carcass.
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