Signs of Animal Presence (Dead or Alive)
Oftentimes, unwanted wildlife will leave signs of recent activity to include those indicating the presence of deceased animals. Scan your property, both inside and outside, for droppings, urine, nesting materials, or decomposing carcasses. Vermin tend to live—and die—in attics, between walls, under porches and floorboards, and anywhere else they can access to hide.
Limit Exposure to Germs and Diseases
Removing dead pests can be a complex job and can create the potential for additional exposure to health hazards and other diseases. Our A-Team Trappers are trained to safely dispose of dead animals and have extensive experience in abating those unpleasant odors. Before attempting to remove dead animals or disinfect presence of their death, we recommend using A-Team Trappers to handle your dead animal removal in Fort Myers, FL to avoid contracting any diseases or infections.
Cleanup and Decontamination
At A-Team Trappers, we are equipped to remove unwanted and decomposing pests. Our technicians are experienced in providing full dead animal removal, cleanup, and decontamination—including removal of flies, ticks, mites, and fleas that may be present with decomposition.
Stopping (Dead) Pests in Their Tracks
Signs of dead rodents or wildlife might actually mean you have a serious infestation. Our A-Team Trappers are experienced in stopping dead and live pests in their tracks. We work with your family or business to create customized solutions for live or dead animal removal in Fort Myers, FL. Our A-Team Trappers technicians are available to conduct a free comprehensive inspection of your home or business.