Dead animal removal Hicksville NY is not for the faint of heart. Even if you are not the squeamish type, there are risks associated with trying to remove dead animal carcasses from your house, yard, or shed. Dead animals attract all kinds of disease causing germs, as well as insects. When a mammal dies, its fleas start looking for a new host, which could be you if you get too close to it. If you discover a dead animal in your attic or crawlspace or in the walls of your house, or even if it is in a less hard to reach place, such as in your yard, the best choice is to call a professional dead animal removal service.
Is Dead Animal Removal Hicksville NY Really That Risky?
Removing an animal that has recently died is an unpleasant task, to say the least. The longer it has been dead, the more it will have decomposed, and the more dangerous it is to remove it. Trying to remove a carcass from your crawlspace or inside the walls of your house, where you do not even notice it until the smell becomes obvious, is downright hazardous. There may be fleas ready to jump on you and mice, possibly rabid ones, ready to bite you. And those are just the hazards that you can see. Even if you wear gloves and a mask, you could inhale bacteria and fungus spores that could cause infections that could land you in the hospital. Clearly, the task is best left to experts in dead animal removal Hicksville NY.
We can remove the carcasses of skunks, opossums, raccoons, groundhogs, or any other kind of animal that you find on your property. We can even remove large animals like deer, as well as mice, rats, and birds that might get stuck in the difficult to reach parts of your house. Our safety equipment and green cleaning products minimize the health hazards to you both during and after removal. Our cleaning products are strong enough to kill any bacteria and mold left over in the area, but they will not leave a strong chemical smell. We also thoroughly deodorize the area before we consider our work complete. Give us a call the next time you find an unpleasant surprise under your porch or deck or the next time you cat brings you its kill as a present.