When pet urine is present in your carpet, just like any liquid, will seep down beyond the backing, into the padding, and soak into the subfloor. Unless completely removed or thoroughly and professionally cleaned, you risk severe lingering odor, as well as repetitive re-soiling from your pet; making the odor even worse. Even after the liquid has evaporated and dried, the salts left behind will continue to re-release the odor into the air, and will get worse as heat and humidity increases. Over the counter chemicals purchased and equipment rented from your local big box store will not get the job done properly. We have state of the art solutions, methods, tools, and equipment that will help properly neutralize and extract all pet urine and pet odor from your property, all while keeping your family and pets safe.
Biohazard PRO's training and experience, combined with the proper chemistry and equipment (such as our industrial truck-mounted cleaning machine) we can neutralize, flush, and extract all of the urine contamination from your property effectively, and eliminates pet odor. We can clean anything from small spots, to large affected areas. Often times special commercial cleaning equipment is required, not allowing the property owners to properly clean, decontaminate, and remove odors themselves.
If you go too long without having your pet odor and stain issues addressed, it can really begin to add up. Before you know it, the odor is unbearable, and extreme measures need to be taken. This is when it becomes more economical to remove the carpet and padding itself and replace with new carpet. The same case goes for other flooring such as hardwood, where it's a lot more complicated to address; even the floors with perfect finish on them, allows the urine to seep in between the cracks and affect the sub-floor. In a situation where the pet urine contamination it so severe, it also soaks into the wood or concrete sub-floor, which are both porous surfaces (soft & hard).
It's not a secret that failure to remove, clean, and decontaminate the urine, feces, vomit, and drool of pets makes for a very unsanitary home, business, or vehicle, leaving behind bad pet odor. The odors associated with such can get so severe that anything that is porous will absorb the odors and off-gas when heat and humidity increases. Failure to address these issues can also cause some other serious prolonged permanent health issues. Calling in a reputable biohazard cleanup professional is the best idea when your health is at stake.
Don't ever let your property get to this point. It will not only be extremely unsafe for anyone that enters the dwelling, but is a public health risk. There is also a chance that if your town or city caught wind that your property is in this condition, they may deem it uninhabitable and condemn it. If indeed you do own or manage a property that is in a condition similar as the picture above, Biohazard PRO can and will take on the most extreme jobs and will safely and properly remove the contamination and odor.
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