• Pet Stain & Odor Removal


  • The problem with pet odor is that it can be much deeper than it appears at first. Pet urine can easily soak through the backing of the carpet into the padding underneath. In more severe cases the urine can penetrate into the sub-floor beneath the padding. This creates a problem that is multi-layered.

    The urine also provides for the growth of bacteria. This in turn contributes to a worsening of the odor problem and can result in color loss of the carpet fiber.

     


    We Have Three Ways To Reduce Your Pet Odor and Pet Stain Problems

    1. Minor Odor Treatment - We use an earth-friendly odor eliminator/Enzyme spray, which is formulated for chemically sensitive people and safe for your family. It is applied to your carpet after cleaning, to neutralize urine odor. This procedure will help reduce odor but is not intended on removing severe odor as this is merely treating the surface of the carpet. If you can smell the odor when you walk in the room, this is not minor odor. This treatment will help reduce or control the problem, not eliminate it. (Minor odor can only be smelled if you are on your hands and knees or on a humid day).

    2. Moderate Odor Treatment - Water claw sub surface extraction, see the picture on the right. With this process, we saturate the spot with a special oxidizing deodorizer or enzyme treatment,  so the cleaning agent reaches into the padding. We then use the “water claw” sub surface extractor to pull the urine out. This process will reduce the odor significantly, but may or may not completely cure severe problems. (Moderate odor treatment is not guaranteed).

    3. Major Odor Treatment - This is a full-blown odor treatment designed to completely eliminate the odor if the pet is no longer living in the home. The carpet is pulled up and padding discarded. The carpet is thoroughly cleaned on both sides with a deodorizer and oxidizing agents that neutralize the urine. Sub-floors may require sealing. This procedure is guaranteed to fix all urine problems.