Swift & Safe Dead Animal Removal Perth Services!
One aspect of the Perth pest control industry that is often overlooked is removing deceased rodents such as mice, rats, and possums from hiding spots like roof voids, sub-floors, buildings, and cavity walls. While it may not be the most glamorous job, it is extremely essential.
Many homeowners spot a rat and attempt to eradicate it using DIY techniques such as placing baits. While they may successfully kill the rodent, they often do not realize that the bait has led to its demise within their house. This unfortunate event can result in an unpleasant smell inside the house that is difficult to bear and further causes a nuisance.
The consequence of leaving these dead rats unattended
Maggots and Flies Infestation:
- Unattended dead rats attract maggots and flies.
- Maggots are fly larvae that feed on decaying flesh.
- This pest influx is unsightly and poses health risks, including disease transmission (e.g., E. coli, Salmonella).
- Rotting rat carcasses emit a foul odor.
- The smell can spread throughout the house, leading to respiratory issues and nausea.
- Prolonged exposure may render the house uninhabitable.
- Dead rats can carry diseases, posing a significant health threat.
- Common diseases include Leptospirosis, Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome, plague, etc.
The Solution: Professional Rat Pest Control Perth Services
How do we do it?
We strategically place tamper-proof rat bait stations with potent baits, ensuring 99% of rats die outside your living space. We use deodorizer bags and natural oils to neutralize odors.
After dead animal removal Perth, we sanitize affected areas with eco-friendly disinfectants, eliminating odors, bacteria, and health hazards from rat infestations.
We advise on sealing entry points, exclusion measures, and property adjustments to prevent future rat issues, ensuring long-term pest control solutions.
Why choose us?
Same day service
Fast and Efficient Service
Certified dead animal removal perth providers
Qualified and Experienced Technicians
Typically, we take a maximum 30 min to 1 hour max, to remove the dead rat and thoroughly sanitize the area. We aim to ensure no bacteria, germs, or unpleasant odors are left behind.
Absolutely, We prioritize sanitization and hygiene. After removing the dead rat, we thoroughly sanitize the affected area to eliminate any remaining germs, and unpleasant odors the carcass may have caused.
If you detect an unpleasant odor in your home but cannot locate a deceased animal, it is advisable to contact a professional dead animal removal service in Perth. At Rat Pest Control Perth, our skilled technicians are equipped with specialized tools to pinpoint the source of the odor and safely remove the animal from your premises. Don’t hesitate to contact us immediately!
Yes, the service includes comprehensive odor removal. We will make sure to deodorize the affected area so that it regains a pleasant smell.
The cost of disposing or removing a dead rat in Perth can vary based on location, severity of the rat infestation, and complexity of the disposal process. However, at Rat Pest Control Perth, we offer competitive pricing for dead rat removal services in Perth.
We strongly advise against attempting to remove a dead animal on your own. It can be hazardous due to disease transmission and the unpleasant nature of the task. Our professionals are trained and equipped to handle such situations safely.
We prioritize prompt response times. Typically, we aim to arrive at your location within 24 hours of your call, if not sooner, to assess the situation and remove the dead animal.
After removing the dead animal, we provide odor control and sanitization services to ensure your property is left clean, sanitized, and free from any lingering odors.
To request our services, simply call [phone number] or visit our website and fill out the contact form. We’ll get back to you promptly and arrange a service visit at your convenience.
Rat Pest Control Perth Services has the necessary equipment and expertise to access and remove deceased animals from challenging or confined spaces like crawlspaces, attics, and wall voids.