Pet Odors

Let’s face it, no matter how potty trained your pet may be, there will be situations that will provoke an accident thus leaving you in need of pet odor and urine removal services. While cleaning the area yourself may make things look better; the ugly truth is that these types of pesky odors will most often remain in the carpet making your home smell bad.

Legacy Carpet Cleaning proudly provides specialty services to remove pet odors and urine that are designed to leave your carpet looking and smelling fresh again. Not only does our pet odor and urine removal service provide a fresh clean scent, it also uses triple action cleaning, which is designed to destroy odors at their source – not just mask them. This service is perfect for removing any evidence of your pet having an accident.

You can add our pet odor and urine removal service to any of our services for a complete and healthy all over clean. With a simple application of our sanitizing pet urine removal treatment (P.U.R.T) combined with our specialized techniques and equipment, we can effectively eliminate the odor-causing bacteria as well as the urine stain from your home.

Why is Pet Urine in Carpet So Hard to Remove?

Your pets urinate on the surface of your carpets, where it then seeps into the padding and onwards into the sub-floor – often times repeatedly in the same spot! When you or one of our competitors attempts to steam-clean your carpets, you risk spreading the urine and making it difficult to pinpoint the affected areas. If you decide to replace your carpet, but neglect to properly sanitize the sub-floor, you may still experience the pungent odor.

The following are the two sources of odors commonly associated with pet urine:

The first source comes from bacteria that abundantly grow in dark, warm places, with a never-ending food supply. The waste materials and gases from decomposing urine create a very unpleasant odor. Urine is one of those distinct smells that are seldom forgotten.

The second source of odor is caused by a chemical smell, which still lingers; long after the bacteria has been killed. This is the main reason why proper sanitizing techniques are necessary to effectively neutralize odors from pet urine.

Pet Odor and Urine Removal Process

  1. Thorough cleaning – Our powerful equipment will clean deep into your floor to flush the carpet’s fibers, and reduce the amount of urine crystals in order to eliminate, or minimize, the odor.
  2. Antibacterial – This application is for reducing the amount of bacteria from the urine and preventing soiling
  3. P.U.R.T. – The carpet, pad and sub-floor are all treated with P.U.R.T® to ensure the complete removal of odors. This patented treatment is meant to break up the urine crystals and release the odor in its entirety.

*Please note that this process may take up to 48-hours to fully dry. You may want to ventilate your home slightly so that the odor can escape.