Dead Animal Removal Service – Chicagoland Area
In the unfortunate event that a dead animal is present in or near your home or business in the Chicagoland area, there’s no one better to call than Animal Trackers Wildlife!
Animals can die at any time of year and can happen almost anywhere. We commonly remove deceased animals from crawl spaces, behind walls, under decks and stoops, under sheds, etc. At times we must cut open dry wall or perform a complete dig out under a stoop, deck, or shed to successfully remove the dead animal.
At Animal Trackers Wildlife, removing dead animals is one of our most commonly requested services from both residential and commercial property owners in the Chicagoland area. Our certified wildlife specialists and animal removal officers will locate and remove any dead animals from your residence so you do not have to see or smell it anymore. No matter how disturbing the situation, Animal Trackers Wildlife trained professionals will take care of your dead animal problems. When you call for a quote, one of the first things we need to know is whether the animal is inside or outside your home. (If you smell something from inside your home, more times than not it is a dead mouse in the wall) Once we have a basic understanding of where the animal is located we can go over your removal options and provide you an accurate quote.
Signs of Dead Animals on Your Property
One of the number one signs of a dead animal being nearby is the very distinct smell. This smell will linger until the body is removed or completely decomposed.
You may also experience additional wildlife appearing to eat off the animal, as well as large amounts of flies.
Dead Animal Removal Service Available in:
Arlington Heights, Algonquin, Aurora, Barrington, Batavia, Buffalo Grove, Carol Stream, Carpentersville, Chicago, Des Plaines, Downers Grove, Elgin, Elk Grove Village, Elmhurst, Geneva, Glen Ellyn, Glenview, Highland Park, Hoffman Estates, Lake Zurich, Libertyville, Mundelein, Naperville, Palatine, Park Ridge, Roselle, Rosemont, Schaumburg, St. Charles, Wheaton, and many all throughout Chicagoland and the Northwest Suburbs.