All of our methods are effective However, our last option is our 100% guaranteed method.
Pet Urine Odor Removal & Treatment
Option # 1: We do our “Normal” carpet cleaning with deodorizer added into the pre-spray. Our normal carpet cleaning with the deodorizer is only 10% effective and will not remove the pet odor as the odor is possibly in the pad and sub-floor. To remove the odor, the source of the odor must be completely removed. The next most effective step is Option #2. (Option # 1 is only an extra three cents a square foot of our normal cleaning rate).
Option # 2: We rinse the spot thoroughly with water by using a special extraction tool. We apply our deodorizing enzyme treatment-enzymes will attack the bacteria that causes the odor. Once the enzyme treatment has taken affect, we rinse the area out with the special extraction tool that is specifically designed to remove the urine and deodorizing enzyme treatment from the padding. By removing most of the urine from the padding we are eliminating most of the odor as well. However, since the padding has pockets like a sponge and the sub-floor will hold odor as well and can not be treated with this method, we are unable to remove all of the odor. This method is 50-80% effective and may not eliminate the pet odor completely. To remove the odor, the source of the odor must be completely removed. For a 100% effective method see Option #3. (Option #2 is $38.50 per gallon plus the normal cost of cleaning).
Option # 3: We pull back the carpet in the effected areas and remove all affected padding. We seal the sub-floor with odor counter acting sealer, replace the old padding, re-install the carpet we previously pulled back, treat the carpet with our deodorizing enzyme treatment and rinse the carpet thoroughly. This method is 100% effective and guaranteed! (This option is $3.63 a square foot plus the cost of seams, tack strips, and metal strips if applicable)