Pet Odor Cleaning
Making you Spot Less
WHY PET ODOR REMOVAL IS REQUIRED?
Although if the pets are well trained, accidents happen. Pet may urinate on your carpet and can cause a bad odor all around the house. If the pet urine dries, it can start forming bacteria and could contaminate the whole area. The foul odor could spread in the small room or large area and can not be seen easily. Therefore, it is quite essential to act quickly. A professional odor removal service can help you get rid of these pet odors.
Most vendors only mask odors using the shotgun approach. They’ll saturate your entire carpet with chemicals, and perfume in hopes of covering the odor. We locate every spot 0t Odor causing bacteria so we can efficiently remove the odor at its source.
We Remove Contamination From All Surfaces
Odor-causing bacteria grow below the carpet’s surface. Our technicians will disengage the carpeting to attack the odor at its source. By replacing contaminated pad and tack strip and deodorizing the carpet backing and surrounding floor, we can guarantee odors will not return.
Along with our detection methods we use only the safest and most efficient disinfectants and odor destroyers. Our technicians constantly test new processes and chemicals to take advantage of the latest technology. We are committed to providing you the best in odor removal services!
THE PET ODOR REMOVAL PROCESS:
STEP ONE • Locate the Contaminated Areas
STEP TWO • Establish Severity of contamination
After locating all deposits. we inspect each one to determine the severity of contamination. This step includes disengaging carpeting to inspect backing, pad, tack strip. and floor for urine salts and bacteria growth.
STEP THREE • The Treatment Process
Our technicians clean, disinfect, and treat all contaminated areas with a contact odor destroyer. In larger contaminated areas we replace carpet pad and tack strip as needed, and the back of the carpet and surrounding floor are cleaned and treated with odor destroyer. As a final step, the entire carpet is cleaned and over-sprayed with a specially formulated disinfectant.