PET URINE ODOR REMOVALProfessional pet urine stain & odor removal in Utah County
Pet Urine Removal in Utah County
We love our pets, but even the best-trained ones can have accidents and create a mess. Pet urine accidents in your home can lead to severe problems if not taken care of right away. If handled properly, it can be cleaned at the surface level before it reaches and stains the padding and flooring under your carpets. If left untreated, the odor can seep down into the fibers and padding of your carpet and make your home smell.
With Precision Chem-Dry’s Pet Urine Removal Treatment (P.U.R.T.), most urine-damaged carpets and area rugs can be saved. Our process works to stop the urine smell at its source instead of merely masking the odor. We’ve seen great results as we provide pet urine removal in Provo, Lindon, Pleasant Grove, and surrounding Utah County areas.
What to Know About Pet Urine in Your Carpet
Urine deposited on the carpet doesn’t stay on the surface. It sinks deep into the carpet ﬁbers and contaminates both the backing of the carpet and the ﬂooring material below your carpet. Often, pets will regularly urinate in the same area in your home. Their urine odors can saturate the ﬂoor, whether cement or wood, to the tack strip, and even to the framework of your house behind the walls.
As urine dries, the liquid evaporates but the urine crystals become even more concentrated and pungent, making it more difficult to eliminate. That’s why it’s important to get a pet urine removal in Provo and surrounding Utah County areas!
Keep Your Pets Happy and Carpet Healthy
Nothing is worse than coming home from a long workday and having to clean up a new pet stain. Oftentimes, you don’t even know where the accidents happened or how long they have been there. Urine odors can be very strong, but it can be extremely difficult to find the source of the smell. Luckily, Precision Chem-Dry can help with our pet urine removal in Provo, Lindon, Eagle Mountain, and surrounding areas.
An independent laboratory also conducted multiple tests of P.U.R.T., our revolutionary process for treating pet urine odors and stains. In tests against the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine, the study concluded that P.U.R.T. removes an average of 99.9% of pet urine odors from carpets.*
"Called Juan and he came out the same day. He honored first-time coupon and did a superior job. I was a little skeptical that my carpets were really clean. This is a wet process and takes time to dry. They looked ok when he left, but the next day when dry and we could open the windows we could tell a huge difference when the light came in and how much brighter the carpets were. I saved it information and now have a regular dependable carpet company. Thanks Juan!"
- Ernest B.
"Love love love the results. Yes, they are worth the price and the staff are amazing. Juan and the other gentleman, I was so happy I forgot to ask for his name, are so nice, professional and know what they are doing. I keep my cats little box in an empty extra closet. I so badly needed them to clean it but forgot to tell them when they came, even had the door closed. THEY STILL GOT IT!!!! I will be using Precision Chem-Dry from now on for my carpets and I will be having them back to do my beds and rugs. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!"
- Adhara W.
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625 Spruce St, Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
Phone: (801) 905-1627
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Mon. - Fri. 7 AM - 7 PM
Sat. 8 AM - 2 PM
Sun. 8 AM - 5 PM (We don't send technicians out on Sunday, but we do answer calls!)
We provide superior carpet cleaning services throughout Utah County, including: Lehi, American Fork, Alpine, Highland, Lindon, Orem, Provo, Eagle Mountain, Saratoga Springs, Pleasant Grove, Bangerter, & Springville. We also service all of Salt Lake County & Davis County.
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*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of the Chem-Dry HCE (Hot Carbonating Extraction) and P.U.R.T. (Pet Urine Removal Treatment). Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite matter. Pet odor results based on testing with the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine. Figures are an average across multiple tests.