Finding animal droppings around your Ann Arbor home is almost a certain indication that you have a wildlife infestation. If the problem animal is already gone, we can clean the droppings and clean your Ann Arbor home. We can also help with removing the animal. Many animal visitors will have used a specific area in or around your home in which to leave feces, which can lead to health hazards, stains, and unpleasant odors. Call Critter Control of Ann Arbor today to learn how we can remove animal droppings from your home. 734.333.7349
Where Are Animal Droppings Found?
Some common places Ann Arbor residents discover wildlife animal droppings in the home include:
- Wildlife Feces in the Kitchen — Feces found in the kitchen are typically from rodents. Because they are so food-oriented, rodents will often make their way into your kitchen and leave droppings in their wake, which is often in your cabinets, pantry, or underneath sinks. If you're unsure that rodent feces has come into contact with any food products, you MUST dispose of them as soon as possible and contact the professionals at Critter Control to remove droppings safely and quickly.
- Wildlife Animal Droppings in the Attic — Common attic-dwellers that leave feces in your attic often include bats, birds, squirrels, raccoons, and more. If you suspect you have animals in your Ann Arbor attic, you will certainly have animal droppings, also. Droppings in attics can be found hidden behind items in your attic or spread across open areas. Wildlife is notorious for using insulation for nest building, so it may be necessary to replace your insulation(Opens in a new window) if it is soiled with feces.
- Wildlife Animal Droppings in Garage — Wildlife critters like mice, raccoons, and rats also love to get into garages to find food (and shelter). Common areas you may find animal droppings in garages include shelving, behind garbage cans, along the wall, and inside insulation. Discovering raccoon or rodent droppings in your garage should make your decision a no-brainer—call Critter Control of Ann Arbor today.
Are Animal Droppings Actually Dangerous?
The most serious issue with feces of any kind is its impact on your health and wellness, and that of your family/pets. Wildlife droppings in particular can carry a host of parasites and illnesses. Rodent droppings can expose you to Hantavirus, a hazardous respiratory disease. Bat guano and bird feces are also carriers of another respiratory illness called Histoplasmosis. Raccoon feces are common hosts of raccoon roundworm, which can even lead to coma in extreme cases.
If you spot any type of animal droppings in your home, please call Critter Control of Ann Arbor today for professional feces removal.