Urine stain, contamination, and odor removal

 

Why should urine deposits be professionally removed from carpet?

-Urine instantly creates a breeding ground for bacteria which begin to flourish.

-Color loss in your carpet can be caused by urine if it is allowed to dry.

-Urine’s complex composition make up cause it to be difficult to fully remove.

-Pets 5 pounds or less deposit about 2 oz each visit. That is 5.7 gallons a year in your carpet if it’s once a day.

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What are your options for urine and odor removal?

One hundred percent removal can only be guaranteed by sealing the subfloor, replacing the pad, and further steps. We have a process that makes it possible to remedy contamination, odor, and stain without disengaging your carpet. This process can be used in most situations and saves you money and inconvenience.


Our three levels of pet contamination and odor remedies:

 

Level One

Recommended if:

  • Pets have regular access to carpet.
  • Odor is a concern for homeowner.
  • Guests notice an odor.
  • No urine contamination can be detected during consultation.

Our resolution:

  1. Treat entire room with topical treatment that encapsulates and destroys the odor causing bacteria.

  2. Apply product to help break down oils present in pet’s coats that can cause odor.

  3. Clean and apply enzyme deodorizer that has an appetite for odor causing bacteria that keeps working over time.


Level two

Recommended if:

  • Urine deposits detected
  • Urine was mostly absorbed by the face fibers
  • Very little liquid has reached carpet backing

Our resolution:

  1. Decontaminate: Treat urine to break down and change the chemical make up.
  2. Deodorize: Odor causing bacteria is encapsulated and destroyed.

  3. Urine stain is removed.

  4. Flush and extract area.


Level Three

Recommended if:

  • Larger urine deposits detected
  • Multiple in one location
  • Urine has penetrated the carpet backing into the pad

Our resolution:

  1. Decontaminate deep into the pad and double the size of the stain. Liquid spreads along the carpet backing before penetrating into pad.
  2. Deodorize: Odor causing bacteria is encapsulated and destroyed in the pad and subfloor.

  3. Urine stain is removed.

  4. Flush and extract area.