Human Feces, Animal Droppings, Pet Odor

Human and animal feces are not just unsightly and odorous; they also present a health threat. Property and housing managers should have these situations cleaned by a professional company.

It becomes a liability to ask maintenance staff to sanitize the area if they do not have the proper protective equipment and are not properly trained.  The experts at 24Trauma have the training and equipment necessary to effectively perform these types of clean ups.

Why are rodent feces so dangerous?

Hantavirus and Lymphocytic choriomeningitis are passed through rodent droppings, urine, and saliva. They are airborne diseases that commonly affect people when they breathe in the dust from rodent excrement.  Hoarders often have rodent droppings present in their residence.  Foreclosed houses and neglected apartments are other common venues.


24Trauma often deals with odor issues that stem from pets and feces. The longer a contaminant is present, the harder it may be to deodorize because odor molecules travel and attach to porous materials.

Specialized Odor Problems

  • Pet Urine Contamination
  • Mold and Mildew
  • Cigarette
  • Smoke and Fire Damage
  • Catastrophe Clean-up
  • Decomposing Protein
  • Decomposed Animal
  • Decomposed Body
  • Power Outage (Freezer, Refrigerator)
  • Food Spoilage Problems
  • Skunk Odors
  • Tear Gas or Mace
  • Drug Labs
  • Water Damage
  • Sewage or Drain Backup
  • Chemical Spill Odors

For further information, contact 24Trauma for any odor problems you encounter.