We Love Our Pets – But They Can Be Messy
We all love our pets, they’re our buddies, pals, friends, and for more people – they are family. Even though we love and adore them unfortunately they aren’t as loving to our carpet. Pet stains and odor are some of the more difficult things we deal with in our business. However, do not worry – we have the equipment, deodorizers, spotting products, and knowledge to take care of our furry loved ones messes. We offer three options for pet stains and odor We can consult and educate you about which option is best for your unique situation.
Topical Clean & Treatment
We treat the affected area with a specialty product that breaks down urine and feces with enzymes. We allow the product to dwell and then extract the area to remove the issue. We have found that this method works best for fecal spots as they generally don't penetrate into the carpet. We then treat any remaining staining.
Our subsurface treatment is our most common type of pet stain and odor treatment that our clients pick. We're able to take the same great product we use for topical treat and safely saturate the area so that the product is able to get into the pad. After it has had time to dwell and work we use our subsurface extraction tool. This special tool extracts the pad, back of the carpet, and the face yarns. We will treat an area multiple times to extract the urine out of the pad and carpet. We then treat any remaining staining with a specialty spotter made to remove urine staining.
Subsurface & Seal Treatment
In situations where a pet has favored a particular or specific area a lot. Our surface extraction and subfloor sealing process is our most advanced and thorough out of the three options. We first identify the areas that need treated. We uninstall the carpet at a corner and pull the carpet back. We remove any effected padding and then seal the sub floor so that any urine that has soaked in stays dormant. We flush the front and back of the carpet to remove any urine that is deep in the carpet foundation. Finally we install new padding, reinstall the carpet, and treat any remaining staining.
In extreme situations we may recommend the replacement of other materials be necessary to completely fix a pet odor issue. Materials such as baseboards, door trim, tack strip, and sub floor. We don't encounter this very often but when we're consulting with you we can advise if this is necessary.