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Removing Dead Rats From The Home
Dead rat in the attic is a common pest problem. Most dead rat in attic jobs result from the use of poison to solve the problem. The other most common causes for rats dying in the attic are the homeowner does repair work at the entry points of the house without trapping the animals simulatenously; and if the homeowner has a long-standing rat problem, eventually rats will die in the attic.

The pictures here represent common dead rat removal scenarios. Orlando, FL rat problems are common. When a rat is dead in the attic, it can die anywhere and to find the carcas means relying on scent and following flies and other insects to the body.

Here is a photo of a rat dead next to some poison-colored droppings. This is the number cause of lost dead rats in the attic.

Finding a dead rat in the attic is no easy task, and no one can guarantee successful removal every time. The scent of a dead animal is hard to detect from the attic. It usually smells stronger inside the home than up in the attic ... this is the mystery of air circulation and smell.

Here's a picture of a dead rat being removed from above the dry-wall ceiling in Orlando, Florida. This was a tricky find.
The rat here electrocuted itself from chewing the wires of a dish washer. Rats usually stay up in the attic. When rats are seen or evidence of rats is seen in the home, it usually involves the kitchen.

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