A Better Carpet And Floor Cleaning And Repair Services Can Help Resolve Pet Issues
We love our pets; they are a big part of our daily lives. But they tend to leave behind unwelcome odors in our homes. If this odor is not addressed promptly, it can create greater problems. Performing carpet cleaning regularly helps keep odors under control.
It’s important to realize that even the best-kept home can smell like the pets there. This is because pets usually spend time on the ground, and the oil from their body is left on the flooring and upholstery. Over time, this smell saturates the carpeting, leaving a scent that is unpleasant to most and embarrassing if you have company.
A Better Carpet & Floor Service recommends three ways to treat pet odor:
1. Minor Odor Treatment. Enzymes are formulated for chemically sensitive people and are safe for your family. The enzyme is sprayed on the urine spot to absorb the urine bacteria. Since this is a service treatment for your carpet, this procedure will help reduce odor but is not intended to remove severe odor. This would be considered a minor odor if you can smell the odor when you walk into the room. This procedure will help reduce or control the problem NOT eliminate it.
2. Moderate Odor Treatment. Water claw sub-surface extraction. With this process, we saturate the spot, so the cleaning agent reaches into the padding. We then use the “water claw” extractor to pull the urine out. This process will reduce the odor significantly, but may or may not cure severe problems. The water claw procedure is priced by the spot.
3. Major Odor Treatment. The carpet is pulled up, and padding is discarded. The carpet is thoroughly cleaned with an enzyme that neutralizes the urine. Before reinstalling the carpet and installing the new pad, the subfloor should be cleaned, disinfected, and sealed. This procedure should correct any major urine problem.