Ann Arbor Carcass & Dead Animal Cleanup
Dead animals leave a horrendous smell in your home, but decayed animal carcasses can lead to many other problems such as insect infestations, health hazards, and diseases. Critter Control has special deodorizers, neutralizers, and air purifiers to help with the smell.
What health hazards do dead animals cause in your home?
Deceased and decayed animals can be a health hazard to your family. Hantavirus, E. Coli, and salmonella are just a few of the common diseases that can be spread. In addition to the health hazards that dead animals leave behind, they also leave a horrid odor.
The odor may contaminate the drywall or insulation, which can be costly to repair if it is not tackled right away.
What animals commonly die in Ann Arbor homes?
Because Ann Arbor faces cold winters, it's common for many animals to live out the snowy days in your attic, basement, walls, or crawlspace. Common animals that may die in your home include mice, rats, bats, raccoons, and birds.
How do you know if there's a dead animal in your home?
The first sign there's likely a dead animal in your home is the odor. You will probably smell the deceased animal in your walls, vent, or attic. You may also come across a dead animal somewhere in your home. It's important to remember that dead animals spread diseases, so be very cautious when handling them. Your best bet is to leave the removal up to the professionals at Critter Control of Ann Arbor.
If you have dead animals in your Ann Arbor home, our experts can help. Call Critter Control of Ann Arbor today for more information on solving all of your animal problems. 734.333.7349