Dead Animal Odor Control
When dealing with dead animal odors it is recommended
to remove the source of the odor and to eliminate the odor --
not mask it. When one neglects the source and sprays the area
of stench, it only provides temporary relief and it may even make
the smell worse! Depending on the size of the animal, the odor
could remain from anywhere between two weeks to several months!
To simply ignore the odor and let the smell dissipate over time
is something most people do not want to live with. After a dead
animal removal service, we offer a deodorizing service to completely
remove any odors left behind.
Part of the attic decontamination process is odor
control. Removing any remaining odors from the animal is essential,
not just for your comfort, but to deter any future animals attracted
to the smells. Removing and trapping the pest in your attic is
only half the job. The other half is to prevent any more pests
from returning. The way to do that is to pest proof and decontaminate.
As most people may know, leaving an attic with foul smells is
not only unpleasant it is also a danger to one's health. It also
attracts other animals to your attic. That is why cleaning and
decontaminating the attic after an infestation is crucial in preventing
future infestations. If you attempt to clean the attic yourself,
it is strongly recommended to have proper equipment. As part of
Abolish's Complete Rodent, pigeon, and animal control, We offer
trapping, removing, proofing, cleaning, and decontaminating. As
part of our Attic decontamination process we vaccuum any droppings,
Clean infected areas, and Replace the infected insulation with
new insulation. If feces is not cleaned then more rodents, animals
or birds may come and you may even have to deal with a stronger
smell of a dead animal in your attic.
Types of Odors
Animals can get into our homes, garages or sheds
and over time leave quite a bit of odor. Once they
are removed, their scent can persist for some time.
getting rid of many problematic smells including:
- Skunk scent under a deck, crawl space or shed.
- Bat smell in the attic.
- Raccoon smell in the attic or walls.
- Rat smell in the attic or walls
- Pigeon feces left behind