Our pricing is fair. Dead animal removal is specialty work, and every job is different. There's no one-price-fits all option. To get a free price quote over the phone for your bad odor situation, call us at 469-890-1653 and describe your issue, and we can give you a phone estimate. Factors that can affect price include:
- Location of the carccass (outside, or in attic?)
- Size of the dead animal
- Do we have to cut and repair a wall?
- Do you need extra cleanup or odor remediation?
- Do you want repairs to keep future animals out?
- Driving distance to your property
Once we have an idea of some of these factors over the phone, we can give you a better price estimate.
If you need wild animal removal, or dead animal removal in Dallas or elsewhere in Texas, you should give Dalls Dead Animal a call! We’re the experts in nuisance wildlife control, with a range of solutions to solve every problem, from dead rodents in wall cavities to live bats in the attic. Wild animal control is quite a tricky field, with lots of legalities and restrictions, especially with certain animals (such as bats and raccoons), and also when the critters are dead. They must be disposed of in a safe way that doesn’t risk spreading disease to other people or humans. We also feel that animals deserve respect, whether they are dead or alive, so we make sure that every approach we take is respectful and humane. We can service all types of property, including commercial properties. Our technicians carry full commercial liability insurance, as well as being highly-trained and well-equipped. They’ll have everything they need to get this job done right the first time, whether that’s state-of-the-art camera equipment or a snare pole. Any damage is repaired as we go about removing animals, including drywall that we may have had to cut out ourselves, to get to carcasses in cavities behind it. Repairs and restorations are completed to a professional-grade standard, so you won’t need to call in other contractors once we’re done. It’s a complete service – location, removal, trapping-and-removal, disposal, decontamination and sanitation, repairs and restorations, and even preventative measures to ensure problems do not reoccur.