We Remove Dog and Cat Odor from Carpets
ALL CLEAN!, LLC serves Doylestown, Lansdale, Quakertown, and surrounding areas with successful pet odor removal from deep within residential carpet fibers. Please allow me to explain how… When a dog or cat urinates on the carpet it usually goes down underneath the carpet where a regular carpet cleaning can not reach. Depending on the extent of the urine contamination, we can choose from the following 4 steps as to which pet odor removal process is best for you. Keep in mind that several variables can influence the process to be used in how we remove pet urine odor and stains in residential carpet. How badly is your carpet contaminated? If you have a large pet, how much urine is in and under your carpet? Has your pet been sick or dehydrated? Has the urine gone underneath heavy furniture? How strong is the odor? These are just some of the considerations that are weighed in determining the pet odor and stain remediation process. The first thing we do with any pet contamination scenario is to darken the room and use a powerful black light to illuminate the pet stains. (Pet stains glow under UV lighting). Many customers are surprised to find that their pet has urinated in more areas than they thought! There are essentially four options when considering dog odor removal / cat odor removal from within and under your carpet. Here they are from least to most aggressive…
Note: Please keep in mind that if you just have a “doggy smell” in your carpet. An odor that smells like a wet dog. You do NOT need to spend extra money on deodorization. A thorough carpet cleaning by ALL CLEAN!, LLC will do the job. Don’t let other carpet cleaning companies fool you into spending more money than you need to. If their professional carpet cleaning equipment were powerful enough, it would easily flush out the dog odor without having to add expensive chemicals. This is what you get with ALL CLEAN!, LLC. No extra chemicals needed!
OPTION 1: REMOVE PET STAINS AFTER MILD ODOR IS REMOVED FROM CARPET
If all the odor is gone after the standard carpet cleaning process and any stains still remain, we will apply a chemical (at no extra charge) that is specifically designed to remove pet urine stains. The pet stain will disappear within a few hours as the chemical dissipates. Result: No odor and no stains at no extra cost to you.
“Great job. Carpets clean and odor free. Thank you for showing up on time and a job well done.”Virginia K.
OPTION 2: REMOVE MEDIUM LEVEL PET ODOR FROM URINE IN CARPETS
When a pet urinates in your carpet, and it’s more than just a “dribble”, the urine often goes down into the backing, padding, and even the sub-floor. Not to fear! We have 2 or 3 more options for tackling this scenario. The problem is, that no matter who cleans your carpet, no matter how powerful their equipment… neither the backing, the padding, nor the sub-floor will be cleaned or deodorized. If you would like pet stain removal and a mild dog or cat urine odor removal from your carpet, we have an inexpensive solution. We can either treat the stain with the chemical mentioned above or treat the odor with an enzyme product which will eat away at the urine in your carpet. The enzyme will effectively eliminate the odor in your carpet. The problem with this method is that both chemicals can’t be used at the same time. The stain removal chemical will kill the enzymes in the odor removal chemical. So what many customers will choose to do in this scenario is to have us clean their carpets, apply the stain removal chemical, and then a day or so later; do a self-treatment for the odor. Just apply an inexpensive enzyme and your problem is solved! This method is a very cost-effective way to treat a medium level dog or cat urine odor problem.
“Dear Joe, Thanks for doing a great job last week. The laundry room lost that dog odor. No need to come back with that stronger stuff you talked about.”Harry S.
OPTION 3: REMOVE HEAVY STAINING WITH MEDIUM TO SEVERE PET URINE ODOR
For strong pet odor removal caused by urine that is deep within your carpet, backing, padding, and sub-floor, we first identify the contaminated areas. We do this by darkening the room and illuminating the pet urine with a powerful ultraviolet light. (See picture at the top left). We then mix a powdered chemical with 200-degree water (a gallon or two at a time) and pour it into your carpet, thoroughly saturating the contaminated areas down to the sub-floor. As per the manufacturer, the chemical “combines the power of natural oxygen with the biological power of odor modification to destroy odorous materials without leaving strong artificial fragrances behind”. The product dwells for half an hour and during this time it will decontaminate, deodorize, and remove the pet stains, all in one efficient process. After the half hour is up, we then use what is called a Water Claw to extract the dog or cat urine. By this time the urine has been broken down by the chemical and is easily extracted out into our cleaning van. (Notice the lovely picture at the bottom left). After this odor removal process, we then use our heavy duty carpet cleaning process to remove dirt and any residuals left behind. This method is the most effective way of removing severe pet odors by any carpet cleaning company. So if you want to save yourself from the hassle and expense of replacing your carpets, feel free to give us a call. We’ll come to your home to analyze your situation at no charge. And whether we proceed or not with the pet odor removal is entirely your decision. We’re in business to serve YOU!
Note: A phone conversation rather than email is recommended when dealing with pet odor remediation.
Barb & Sam P.
“Joe, you achieved the impossible with our pet stained, smelly carpet. We thought for sure we would have to replace our family room carpeting. You arrived on time, did the job as promised and we are sitting in our family room without holding our noses! Thank you, thank you, thank you.”
OPTION 4: REPLACE THE CARPET!
Oh yes, there is always option #4. If the amount of product needed to solve an extreme odor problem exceeds 5 gallons per average sized room, we typically recommend replacing the carpet. Both the moisture level and the cost (in my opinion) would exceed the benefit of having the pet contamination remediated. If interested, we will come to your home at no additional charge to assess your situation and determine what’s right for you. Whether you choose our pet odor removal process or have your carpets replaced by a carpet installer, we honestly want what’s best for you.
Serving Areas: We remove pet odors and pet stains from carpets in Doylestown, Lansdale, Quakertown, Blue Bell, Collegeville, Harleysville, North Wales, Chalfont, and surrounding areas.
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