Dead Animal Removal
Do you have a dead animal in a wall or in your attic? Even worse, maybe a dead skunk under your deck or stoop permeating it’s odor throughout your home. Dead animals that are larger than a mouse will takes weeks for the odors to dissipate. In the case of skunks, the skunk odor can last for several months, especially when the odor has embedded itself into the concrete foundation of your home. No matter what the issue is, we can find the diseased animal carcass and provide solutions to seal up the area to prevent future issues.
When animals have decided to move into your attic, damage comes in may forms. Not only is your roof or soffit torn open when nuisance animals enter, your attic insulation is crushed as they trail back and forth throughout the space. Crushed attic insulation is actually considered structural damage to your home, because if this many homeowners insurance policies will cover the insulation damages and attic restoration process. Along with damages, animal feces from animals such as raccoons and bats can be extremely toxic to both humans and pets.
Crawl Space Restoration
The existence of nuisance wildlife in your crawl space can cause mold and decay, due to the fecal matter and urine of the animals not to mention very strong odors. Rat and mice are also known for nesting in and destroying insulation, along with vapor barriers. Many times you will find food that has been brought in, nesting debris, dead animals, rocks & dirt and more, when getting rid of destroyed insulation and damaged vapor barriers. Problem wildlife such as skunks, opossums and raccoons will pull down insulation, tear up vapor barriers and use it all for nesting materials.
Many times, simply having a chimney cap is not enough to properly protect your home and keep animals out of trying to make a home inside your chimney. Even worse many homes do not have a chimney cap to protect the opening from nuisance animals and birds looking for a nesting place. Chimney caps must always be properly sized as well as fitted to ensure that smaller animals such as bats and birds can not slip through any gaps, and stronger animals such as squirrels and raccoons can not pull them off or break them to get inside.