WHAT JUST CRAWLED UP YOUR ATTIC AND DIED?
A rat infestation, rodent infestation or any other animal infestation doesnʼt always end with live animal removal. Often, animals enter the home, and find themselves trapped, removed from a food or water source, ill or injured, leaving the immediate need for dead animal removal, dead animal disposal, dead animal pickup or animal carcass removal. If your home is in Northern California, in Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, San Francisco County, Alameda County, Contra Costa County, Marin County, and Solano County, a rat, rodent, opossum, squirrel, bird, raccoon or other critters could easily make your attic, crawl space or basement itʼs final resting place.
CAN I JUST DO IT MY SELF?
Attempting dead animal removal or animal carcass removal on your own, with out proper equipment and safeguards, is incredibly dangerous. Dead animals, particularly dead rats, dead rodents, dead opossum, dead raccoons and dead birds can harbor diseases, bacteria and parasites related to Hanta virus, Leptospirosis, Murine Typhus, Salmonella, Avian flu, and other life threatening conditions. Rely on professional dead animal removal, dead animal disposal, animal carcass removal and dead animal pickup team. DO NOT attempt to touch or remove the animal on your own. Let us do the dirty work. Read about Rodent Diseases
HOW DO I KNOW A DEAD ANIMAL OR ANIMAL CARCASS IS PRESENT?
The first indicator that dead animal removal or dead animal disposal will be necessary is the smell. The odor of a dead rat, rodent or other animal carcass will be evident throughout your home. Keep in mind, we also specialize in dead animal odor removal and dead animal smell removal.
You may also notice stains or circles on the ceiling, or yellow, red brown or black streaks or drips on the walls. In either case, before any further damage occurs, call about our professional dead animal removal service. Our dead animal removal specialists and dead animal carcass removal technicians are certified to serve Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, San Francisco County, Alameda County, Contra Costa County, Marin County, and Solano County.
DO I HAVE TO HAVE THE DEAD ANIMAL CARCASS REMOVED?
Dead animal removal is not a choice. Rodent removal, rat removal, and other animal carcass removal are imperative for your safety, and for the safety of everyone in your Northern California home. Our team of licensed experts has the safest, lowest impact and most efficient methods available to ensure the process causes the least harm possible to your home, family and the environment. We can remove the animal(s) any debris related to droppings, dander or damage, any affected insulation or building materials, and can provide replacement or upgrade, to restore your home to its original condition.