Pet Stain & Odor Removal

Pets are common in every household in the country, and with pets, another thing becomes common "stains & unpleasant odors" and there are times when the smell becomes really unbearable.


Since this can endanger your health, you should have your carpets professionally cleaned at least every six months to eliminate odor and contaminants. When accidents do happen you should make it routine to clean them right away to avoid urine penetrating the padding underneath.


Pet urine can cause permanent damage to textiles as well as create an unhealthy indoor living environment if not removed promptly.


When urine is first deposited onto a carpet or fabric, it is in a neutral state. This means it is easier to remove when it is fresh. Once the urine is allowed to dry it turns to alkaline (thus the ammonia odor) and becomes more difficult to remove. If left for months, depending on the fiber type, it could permanently change the dye structure of the fabric and cause the fiber to deteriorate.

What processes do we follow?

Whenever a carpet emits a pet odor, there are likely pets stains on it as well. Thus, our first step is to identify these stains, we will lift up the carpet to look for urine stains and inspect for damaged underpadding. Once we have located all the stains, we neutralize and steam clean them.


Finally, we treat carpet and concrete with an enzymatic agent that will kill all remaining bacteria and gives off a pleasant smell.

Why do our methods exhibit high quality?

Our techniques provide quality results and there is not a trace of odor or stain after we have treated your carpet. The primary reason behind this is the fact that we do not just remove the stains from the surface, we also remove them through the depth of the carpet fibers right up to the underlay. As such, there is not even a blemish to be seen and the odor is completely eliminated.

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