Pet Odor & Stains
Often time pets may have “accidents” on your carpeted surfaces leaving unsightly odors and stains behind. These need to be taken care of immediately so permanent damage is not done to your floors.
The problem with pet urine is that 90% of the odor comes from the padding and not the face fibers of the carpet. When pets urinate on carpet the urine travels through the carpet into the padding and subfloor. Once it dries it leave behind urine salts that attract moisture and bad bacteria. Once the bacteria begins to feed on the urine salts is when most people start to notice a smell that resembles ammonia gas. Our solutions contain organic, pet safe enzymes that attack the source and continue to work while wet.
You will notice this more on humid or rainy days because the excess moisture helps the bacteria to grow.
To correct this problem we perform the following:
1. Identify the affected area with a UV light
2. Measure the contamination utilizing a moisture probe.
3. Saturate all areas of the carpet and padding with our urine odor and stain neutralizer
4. Allow the solution a 20 minute dwell time
5. Extract the solution utilizing a water claw designed to extract excess water from carpet and padding.
6. Proceed with cleaning the carpet as normal.
7. Spray the affected areas with an enzyme based deodorizer to tackle any remaining odors.
Note: It is not uncommon for urine to cause color loss to the carpet fiber if left unattended for a long period of time. Urine stains that are very yellow may be permanent damage and only corrected by spot dyeing the carpet.