• Pet Stain & Odor Removal

  • Pet Odor Treatment Options

    • Light Odor Problems
        Our hot water extraction process is a deep rinsing process. Minor pet odor problems that are limited to the face yarn of the carpet may be removed by cleaning, along with the application of a topical deodorizing treatment.


    • Medium Pet Odor Problems
          If the urine has soaked through the carpet backing and is now into the carpet pad, it may be removed with our “sub-surface” extraction process. Using specialized tools connected to our truck mounted cleaning system, we can flood the contaminated area with fresh hot water. The water is then vacuumed out, using the powerful vacuum from our truck mounted cleaning system. Drying time for the affected area is normally less than 24 hours.


    • Severe Pet Odor Problems
    • With severe pet odor problems, the urine has made its way into the sub floor. If the affected area is carpet only, meaning no walls, baseboards, furniture or drapes, it can still be removed. However, it may require additional steps including:
      • Pulling back the carpet and replacing the pad.
      • Cleaning the backing of the carpet.
      • Treating or even sealing the sub floor.

    If the affected area includes walls, baseboards, furniture or drapes, the effort required to remove the odor becomes much greater. Replacement of baseboards or drywall may be required to completely remove the odor.


    Removing Pet Urine Stains

    Stains from urine vary in appearance, from a barely noticeable light yellow to dark brown spots. With the proper treatment, most urine stains can be eliminated, but not always. Sometimes urine stains simply cannot be removed from the carpet fiber, regardless of how it may be treated.