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Phinney Ridge wildlife control tip of the month:
I was poking around on google and somehow found your informative Phinney Ridge animal control site. I have never had such a dilema,
nor do I know who to call to take care of it.
Something is definitely dead in my attic. Several months ago, I caught a whiff of something. It was hot
summer, but I couldn't be sure. It's coming from the closet in Phinney Ridge animal control my guest room, and the smell sort of came
and went. The entrance to my attic is in the closet where the smell seems the strongest. I removed everything
in the closet, expecting I might find something behind one of Phinney Ridge animal control the suitcases, or in the storage space behind it
(area above the basement stairwell.) Nada.
I must say, your site is pretty extensive. I wish you were Phinney Ridge pest control in Salt Lake, where I live. Can you tell me what kind of
professional I need? I hate to call pest control, because it isn't a bug issue. Can you recommend someone in my area?
If there is a dead critter up there, I haven't heard anything Phinney Ridge pest control moving around. I killed a mouse over a year ago, but no
evidence since then that there was anything else moving on the premises. Apparently, I was wrong. Something moved in and died.
How much should I expect to pay for removal? I've never had Phinney Ridge wildlife removal to call anyone about this before. I can't smell anything unless I'm in the
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the worst of it, but now that the weather has cooled, it's stronger. Go figure.
We have raccoons in our area, but I doubt one could get Phinney Ridge animal trapping into my attic without my hearing something, and besides, my attic is
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in my vacinity...I just don't understand how anything Phinney Ridge animal trapping could get in, unless it went through the attic ceiling vent.
Any referrals you could give me would be appreciated. Like, if you're part of a national registry, and could tell me what
kind of person to call, I'm there. I'd appreciate anything you can tell me.
You must have been a scout. That's all
I can say, but having looked at your gallery, I'm blown away. Holy cow. Hope to hear from you, Janine -
Frustrated home owner...and resident coward.
Janine - Thank you for your nice letter. I don't know if you Phinney Ridge exterminator still have an odor problem at this time. I don't
personally have a contact in Salt Lake City. Sorry about that. I usually charged about $200 for dead animal removals.
It's important to find the entry point(s) into the house, to Phinney Ridge exterminator prevent wildlife from getting inside in the future. - David
To learn more about our Phinney Ridge pest animal removal services, visit the Seattle animal trapping and removal home page or give us a call at 206-829-4744.