$275.00 – $525.00
Pet Odor Removal Carpet Cleaning Package
PET ODOR REMOVAL STEPS:
Step #1: Use urine identification probes, and uv lights to identify all the affected areas.
Step #2: Recreate the level of saturation with specialized urine treatment solutions.
Step #3: Extract the urine with powerful urine extraction equipment that can remove urine from both the carpet, padding and sometimes the sub-floor.
Step #4: Clean the carpet until the urine is gone.
Step #5: Treat the entire carpeted area with our exclusive DuraSan™ Sanitizing Treatment.
Step #9: Apply a urine digestor treatment to prevent any residual concerns.
Step #10: Groom the carpet for faster drying, and more visual appeal.
CARPET CLEANING STEPS:
Step #1. Pre Inspection: Every carpet is thoroughly inspected before cleaning, noting level of soiling, spots/stains, and wear.
Step #2. Furniture Moving: Sofas, Chairs and Tables are carefully moved.
Step #3. Pre-Spray: Traffic areas are pre-treated to break down Soil.
Step #4. Pre-Spot: Difficult spots are treated with special solutions to increase chances for removal.
Step #5. Pre-Grooming: Special tools are used to loosen the soils.
Step #6. Soil Extraction & Rinse: The loosened soil is then thoroughly extracted
Step #7. Neutralize: Your carpet is pH balanced to eliminate soil attracting residues.
Step #8. Post Spot Treatment: Treatment of specialty spots is included.
Step #9: Post-Grooming: To set the pile for appearance and faster drying.
Step #10: Post Inspection: A post walkthrough is performed with you to make sure you are thrilled!
What is the cost to have residential pet odors cared for?
The cost of odor removal varies greatly depending on the size and complexity of your system and building.
How long does it take for pet odor to be cleaned?
Cleaning Length: The time to remove your pet odors, smoke odors, etc, depends on the number of areas, and the amount of contents that require moving before, and after your cleaning. That said, most cleans take about 3-4 Hours.
Drying Length: Drying time can vary based on your leather type, severity of soiling, and humidity in the air. On it’s own, a leather can take approximately 2-3 hours to dry.
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