Professional Pet Urine & Odor Removal
- Commercial & Residential
Not only is it difficult to deal with a pet accident once one has occurred, but it’s also tough to know where past accidents may have taken place, accidents you may not have even known about. 4 Seasons can identify pet accidents in your home and eliminate pet urine odors from your carpets and rugs by applying the industries leading products approved by carpet manufacturers.
If not treated properly, the odor from pet accidents can travel through the entire home and impact your health and your happiness. The smell emitted from an accident area also often leads to repeat incidents in the same area until it is properly eliminated.
Pet urine in the carpet not only leaves an unsightly stain and an unpleasant odor, but it penetrates the fibers and contaminates both the carpet and the floor underneath. That’s why it can require major restoration work, well beyond just a simple cleaning and treating. The longer an incident goes untreated, the more likely the urine odor is to permeate deeper and deeper into floors, walls and even the framework and foundation of the home. As the urine dries, the liquid evaporates but the urine crystals become even more concentrated and pungent. Simple cleaning will not remove this odor. Until recently, there wasn’t a product available that that was effective at removing urine odors.
Effective And Affordable
To help rid your home of the smells caused by pet urine, 4 Seasons applies these products – specially designed to contain and eliminate pet urine odors. They work on the molecular level and to destroy the urine crystals to eliminate the odor.
- 1. A trained professional will find the odor source using a black light or penetrating moisture meter and determine the best plan of attack.
- 2. In worst cases they may need to pull up carpet for further inspection. If necessary padding will be replaced.
- 3. If necessary technicians will apply an odor blocking resin to the sub-floor.
- 4. After all prep work is complete, the area is rinsed with our deep cleaning carbonating cleaning solution. Any liquid or loose urine crystals are then extracted using hot water.
- 5. Next, we apply our cleaning product generously to tack strip, sub-floor, baseboards and the carpet backing.
- 6. Over the next 24 – 36 hours, the products go to work breaking down the odor causing elements, leaving no odor remnants behind for a fresh smelling, healthy clean.
We care about your home’s and your family’s health. That’s why the Pet & Odor Treatment products and our other healthy home cleaning products are completely safe and non-toxic for children and pets. Our goal is a healthier, longer lasting clean for a happier home.
Sometimes Professional Help Is The Answer To Pet-Stained Carpets
Pet ownership is an adventure, and it has both high and low points. Anyone who’s had to deal with a housebreaking breakdown (that is, a fresh pet urine stain) has gotten a good look at the less-pleasant side of keeping pets. In many cases, cleaning up the aftermath of an accident is a job that calls for professional assistance.
Although a prompt and thorough clean-up can sometimes get rid of a pet urine stain, it is actually quite difficult to eliminate the evidence of an accident completely. Enlisting the aid of a professional carpet cleaning service is often the best solution to this problem. Professionals have both the equipment and experience to truly banish any sign of a pet’s mistake. No matter how extensive the staining, professional cleaners can eliminate the damage and restore carpets to their flawless, pre-accident state.
Of course, the immediate concern most pet owners have following an accident are aesthetic. Nobody wants to live with discolored carpet. Pet urine often leaves behind a penetrating, hard-to-get-rid-of odor as well. Professional carpet cleaners can handle both of these concerns. Intense, deep cleaning with professional-grade equipment can eliminate discoloration, and cleaners will also have access to chemical treatments specifically designed to eliminate unpleasant odors.
There is also the matter of hygiene and real damage to consider. A particularly messy pet accident (or one that is not cleaned quickly) can have far-reaching repercussions. If urine pools underneath carpet, it can cause significant damage to carpet padding or even to the sub-floor. If left unaddressed, this may require expensive replacement in the future. Pet urine can also turn a carpet into a haven for bacteria or even mold (on the underside of badly soiled sections, for example). This represents a potential health hazard that responsible homeowners will want to eliminate as quickly and thoroughly as possible.
Because of the potential complications that can arise from an improperly or incompletely cleaned pet urine stain, consulting professional cleaners is really the only way to head off serious trouble. With a little expertise, pet owners can easily resolve any lingering effects from an accident and put the whole business behind them.
When Spills Happen…
One Important thing to always remember is to attack the stain immediately. The longer a stain sets in the harder it will be to get it out.
- Step One: Blot!
Blot all the liquid up. If you rub in the stain it goes deeper into the carpet and destroys carpet fibers.
Use a paper towel or a white rag and this will help soak up most of the spill.
- Step Two: Cleaning Products
Attempt to keep around common but effective household products. Baking Soda helps get up odors. Hydrogen peroxide will help bring things to the surface (salt can be effective as well) and these two can help with red wine. Vinegar and Dish Soap helps as well on cleaning a spot like pet urine.
When you have issues getting stains out your can always call us for a professional deep cleaner so we can rid your carpets of stains and bad odors.
- Tips for Pet Owners
Vacuum frequently to help get up pet dander and hair.
Clean any accidents up immediately! The longer a stain sets in the harder it will be to get out.
Have carpets professionally cleaned on a regular basis. At least, 6-12 Months depending on how many pets you may have.