Dead Animal Removal
There is nothing worse than having an animal die in your house. Usually, an animal will crawl to the farthest reaches of an attic, crawlspace, or inside the walls to die. They know they are going to die, and want to do it where no one can get to them. They will go to the most in-accessible part of a house as is physically possible for them. Then begins the stench, actually what you are smelling is the evaporation of the fluids. Flies lay eggs and their babies (maggots) begin to break down the soft tissue first, then bones etc.
Our technicians, being trained in animal behavior, as well as construction techniques used in building a house, can usually identify likely points of entry to remove the carcass. When you need a professional, you call a professional, and everyone in the company has done this part of the job hundreds of times. It may be unpleasant, but it is what we do on a regular basis.
The biggest concern to the homeowner is damage from cutting holes into walls and ceilings, all those holes are going to have to be fixed one day.
We use the latest techniques, such as fiber optic scopes to see "behind" the wall, and therefore do as little damage as possible to locate and remove the dead animal.