If you have ever had an animal die in your car or home, there is no mistaking the odor. It is one you will never forget. Unfortunately, the dead animal smell does not go away quickly. That is why there are particular measures a Wildlife Removal Company will take to be sure the smell is gone for good.
A dead animal found in your home or office can be quite jarring. An escaped small pet from its cage and lost in the house is even worse. But then, to have to endure the terrible dead animal smell for months is unbearable. No one wants that.
However, it is not just stinky, jarring, or sad. Those things are bad enough on their own. However, there are dangers the dead animal smell can create. Removing the odor and disinfecting the area is vital.
Removing the odor is not as easy as a quick wipe down or spray, mostly if the carcass sat unnoticed for any length of time. Honestly, if you don’t want to deal with the smell, we don’t blame you. That is one of the things we do for you at World Class Wildlife Removal.
That said, if you are anxious to get started, you can try a few of the following tips and tricks to remove the horrid smell permanently. Just keep in mind, this is not a task quickly completed. It will take patience and time.
Finally, call the professional at World Class Wildlife Removal to finish the job. World Class has the right stuff to control dead animal smell and keep the critters away forever.
Now, this is the real solution. If you never want to go through all this again, there are measures you can take to prevent animals from getting into your home. Repairing the entry point the animal came in is essential here. Other pests certainly know where that entry is even if you don’t because most animals secrete hormones so they can find their way back.
Once you locate the entry point, seal it off with wire mesh or metal sheeting. Then check the remainder of the home and yard to ensure there are no more potential entry points.
Furthermore, removing overgrown brush and yard waste will eliminate hiding places for the vermin. And keeping trees and shrubs from touching the house gets rid of access to the roof.
Finally, seal all home cracks, crevices, and vent openings to be extra sure there are no ways for the pests to enter the home.
The putrid smell, the agonizing process, and the cost to get the right equipment is an overwhelming thought. And if your family refuses to re-enter the home, you may have a hotel bill on your hands as well. Don’t let it get that far, and don’t tackle this process on your own.
As soon as you find the carcass or smell the intense odor of a dead animal, call for help. World Class Wildlife Removal will prioritize getting out to your home or office quickly to remedy the situation.