Urine and Odor Remove Steps:

The first 3 steps are included at no additional charge. This level only treats the surface and may not remove all of the odor or stains. Heavily soiled areas may require additional treatments. The additional price of these treatments will depend on the severity of the damage.

1. Inspection. The source and severity of the odor are determined.

2. Application of enzyme. The carpet will be treated with our special enzyme treatment to neutralize urine and aid in removal of the stain and odor. Heavily stained areas may be more heavily saturated and extracted to reach the padding.

3. Deep steam extraction. The carpet will be rinsed and extracted with our exclusive hot water extraction method to remove the bulk of the urine crystals and the pre-treatment agent.

If the first three steps do not remove the staining or odor, or the problem is severe, more extreme measures may be taken. This level of service is labor intensive and would include cleaning and sealing the sub floor, and replacing the carpeting and padding. Our office can assist you with more information and pricing.

4. Inspect padding and subfloor. The carpet is pulled back in the suspected areas to reveal the extent of the damage.

5. Carpet and pad removal. Carpet padding pad will be removed and discarded. In some cases, the carpeting may be salvageable.

6. Seal subfloor. Over time, urine can wick up from the sub floor, damaging the new carpet and pad. An odor blocking shellac is applied to affected areas which may include the sub-floor, tack strips, carpet backing, baseboards, and walls.

7. Replace padding and carpet.


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