Removing Animal Feces
Wildlife tends to gather large amounts of waste when living inside an attic. Feces can present serious issues for your home and your family. Urine causes lingering stains and odors, both of which can be difficult to get rid of.
Call Critter Control of Columbus if you are noticing signs of wildlife inside the attic. Our professionals are trained and knowledgeable about wildlife behavior and particularly animals in attics. Feces removal and cleanup may be difficult as an untrained resident, but for us, it's just another day at the office!
Mouse Droppings in the Attic
Mice droppings are small and may be difficult for untrained individuals to clean up. Salmonellosis is a dangerous disease contracted from coming into contact with mouse feces. Critter Control of Columbus has the equipment necessary to remove droppings and soiled insulation. Call today for more information!
Raccoon Droppings in The Attic
Columbus residents often report raccoon feces in their attics. Untrained homeowners should not attempt to remove raccoon feces, as it is riddled with illnesses such as raccoon roundworm, and can be easily transmitted to humans and pets. Give our team at Critter Control of Columbus a call for professional raccoon feces cleanup and removal.
Bat Droppings In The Attic
Bats cause one of the most dangerous problems in attics. They will create a large mess of guano (bat feces) that will cause serious health problems if disturbed. A common disease contracted from bats is rabies. If inhaled, bat droppings can cause histoplasmosis. Call Critter Control of Columbus for a professional clean-up and removal of bat droppings in the attic.
Squirrel Droppings In The Attic
Squirrel droppings are about the size of jellybeans and are of a light brown color. Squirrel droppings are tubular and usually have tapered ends. Like other critters on this list in Columbus, squirrels are drawn to your attic because of its great nesting possibility. Unfortunately, where squirrels go, their feces goes also. Dangers of attempting squirrel feces handling can include contracting diseases like typhus, leptospirosis, and tularemia.