Animal droppings and feces are red flags that you have an animal infestation somewhere in your home. Your first response may be to clean the affected areas yourself but this is very dangerous. Many wild animals carry biological contaminants, germs, and pathogens that can be transmitted to humans through their droppings, such as tuberculosis, bird flu, hantavirus, histoplasmosis, roundworm, and other infectious diseases. Contaminated areas are also usually heavily stained and full of odors that can be extremely difficult to remove. The best response to these situations is to contact the professional team at Wild Trappers to inspect your home; safely remove animals and their droppings; and implement necessary exclusion, cleanup, and decontamination methods.
Assessment, Removal, and Exclusion
Our experienced Wild Trapper technicians will perform an assessment of your home to determine the level of contamination and damage. In addition to leaving droppings, wild animals will often tear out drywall, insulation, wood, and wiring, which can create fire hazards. Urine can also soak insulation and damage the drywall. We will remove all wild animals from your property using live trapping methods and inform you of any visual damage. Our team of trained wildlife removal specialists will also seal off any openings that animals have been using to enter your home.
Clean Up and Sanitation
Clean up is much more detailed than simply vacuuming up droppings and if not done correctly, can lead to additional animal reentry as well as future problems with your home and personal health. After assessing your personal situation we will start our process of returning your home to a healthy, livable state by clearing contaminated materials and cleaning up your infested areas. Contaminated areas must be properly disinfected, sanitized, and deodorized or, in some cases, materials may need to be fully removed and properly disposed of. It is especially important to sanitize and neutralize pheromones left behind by animals. If these pheromones are not neutralized, other animals will be attracted to your home.
If You Find Animal Droppings or Feces, Trust Wild Trappers
If you have found animal droppings or feces in your kitchen, basement, garage, attic, or anywhere else in your home you should immediately contact Wild Trappers. We offer sanitation of affected areas, clean-up of animal droppings, and removal of animal nesting material. Don’t delay—the longer you wait the worse it could get! Contact us today—your health and the health of those around you are at stake!
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