There are some several factors that will lead to the dead animal odor to be so pronounced in your home. Therefore, you will really need to be so courageous when dealing with the dead carcass because, I assure you, it will not be that good.
Factors causing more odors in your home
There are a dozen of factors that all come to play and cause the animal odor in your home this are;
• The number of the dead animal in your house.
• The exact location of the dead animal in your home.
• The size of the dead animal in your home.
• The duration the animal has stayed in your home after its death.
All these are the factors that may influence odor in your home and the magnitude of the odor. How long the odor stays at your home will normally depend on the above factors that will be highlighted below.
The number of the dead animals in your home
The more the number of the animal dead animals in your home the more the odor will stick in your home. If there is a pile of dead animals in your attic, or the yard, the smell will become so intolerable to the point that you cannot stay in that home. But if the animals causing the smell are in small numbers, then the odor will not stay for long before it disappears.
The exact location of the dead animal
If the location of the dead animal is very close to the human central living room, then the smell will be very pronounced. If the animal dies in the attic, the smell will be very pronounced even in the living room. The same case happens if the animal dies in the basement. Advantage goes to the people that have made their basement with the concrete because smell will not penetrate easily.
The size of the dead animal
If you are dealing with a very large animal, then the smell might take ages before it fades away. But if you are dealing with a small animal, the smell might take a few days than it will fade away. Large animals will take long to decompose while small animals will take shorter to decompose.
The duration of after death
If the animal has stayed long after death, then the smell might be fading away but if the animal has just died, it might take some few days before the smell comes out on air.
All the factors correlates and therefore how long it takes for the smell to go away depends on the factors above.
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