How to Find Small Dead Animals?
Nobody likes the idea that there are wild animals loose in their home. The idea that pests are lucking in their home can make some homeowners uncomfortable. Most of these pests leave messes and can be challenging to track down, but they can pose more danger when they die in your home. Our professionally trained animal exterminators are experienced to quickly identify where the animal died and removing the carcass from your home. Some of the most common areas where we find small dead animals include ductwork behind drywall, attics, garages, and crawl spaces. Here are some obvious signs you need help from our dead animal disposal service:
- Wet Spots – As gross as it sounds, a decomposing animal will begin to liquify. After enough time, the wetness will start to seep into the walls or ceiling, depending on where the body is located. This can also lead to structural damage to your home.
- Flies – You’ve probably seen how flies like to hang around rotting things in nature, whether it be a rotting banana peel or roadkill. If you notice a sharp and unexplained uptick of flies in your home, it’s a good indicator that you have a dead animal hidden somewhere.
- Smell – This is an undeniable consequence of a dead animal in your home. The animal will produce an odor so pungent and putrid that it will be impossible not to detect after a certain amount of time.