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We specialize in pet urine removal. Madison residents love their pets and sometimes it’s hard to control when and where they choose to make a mess. This one of the biggest problems homeowner’s face.

Treating pet urine issues is done on a case by case basis. There are many factors that go into urine cleaning that include: animal size, age, breed, diet and illnesses such as kidney problems.

We treat all kinds of urine issues, even the tough ones. Check out these videos to see how it’s done:

Your 4 Options For Pet Stain And Odor Removal Depends On The Severity:

Urine decontamination often requires more than just a top cleaning of the carpet. There are many surfaces and layers that can be affected. Please note that when cleaning urine spots, there is a difference between cleaning the urine stain and treating for urine odor. Cleaning existing urine spots MAY NOT remove the associated odor. In fact, it could INCREASE the odor in the air space for a temporary period of time. Here are some options depending on the severity. Not all treatments can be guaranteed to completely remove the odor. Let us explain your choices for removal and your expectations of what the results will be.

1 - Light Contamination- 80% Successful

The pet has had an occasional accident and the carpet backing and padding has not been saturated and may be acceptably surface cleaned.

  1.  First, the affected spots must be identified as explained above.
  2.  Next, an appropriate enzymatic pretreatment is sprayed on the top of the carpet. It’s probably a good idea to treat the spots as well as the whole room since pets track their mess onto other areas of the carpet.
  3.  Then we wait and let the enzymatic pretreatment neutralize the urine,before cleaning takes place.

2 - Moderate Contamination- 65%-80% Successful

The pet has repeatedly contaminated the same spot. The carpet and pad are contaminated with urine. Although this treatment is a valiant attempt, it is NOT guaranteed to eliminate the odor, but it is often successful therefore avoiding the inconvenience of pulling the carpet up.

  1. First, the affected spots must be identified as explained above.
  2. Next, from the topside of the carpet we saturate a special cleaning solution on the urine stains penetrating the carpet and padding to reach the source of the odor.
  3. Then we wait and let the enzymatic pretreatment neutralize the urine
  4. Finally, we thoroughly clean the area.

3 - Heavy Contamination- Almost Guaranteed Odor Removal. 99.9% Successful

  1. First, the affected spots must be identified as explained above.
  2. The carpet is pulled back from the contaminated area.
  3. The affected carpet cushion / pad is removed.
  4. The sub floor is swept and cleaned to remove contamination.
  5. Apply an odor barrier/sealer to the sub floor, tackless strip and wall if needed.
  6. Saturate the contaminated carpet with a special cleaning solution.
  7. Then we wait and let the enzymatic pretreatment neutralize the urine
  8. Install new carpet cushion / pad.
  9. Reinstall the carpet.
  10.  Finally, allow the carpet to dry before replacing furniture.

4 - Replacement- Guaranteed 100% Successful

Depending on the age & condition of the carpet and the severity of the urine contamination it may be wise to consider replacement of carpet and pad. The sub floor and any affected walls or baseboards must still be properly cleaned and sealed and then new pad and carpet can be installed.

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