Minneapolis Pet Odor Remover

Anyone with pets knows that with those loveable “fur babies” comes the constant need for pet odor remover. Particularly necessary in homes where more than one pet resides, pet odor remover can be a real life, not to mention carpet, saver. Carpeting and upholstered furniture can be a significant investment in your home. Advanced Carpet Restoration has the skills and the expertise to keep your carpets and furniture like knew, despite your pets best efforts. Cat urine can be particularly difficult when using pet odor remover. The acidity present in cat urine can be highly damaging to carpets and upholstery, and should never be left to set in to the fibers. In an attempt to save your expensive home investments, don’t hesitate to call Advanced Carpet Restoration for your pet odor remover.

Advanced Carpet Restoration’s Methods are the Best Minneapolis Pet Odor Remover

  • We use high quality chemicals that leave very little residue in your carpeting and upholstery
  • We use the best equipment available to eliminate even the toughest stains and odors
  • Our expertise is unparalleled

Professional Pet Odor Remover and Stain Remover is Necessary

Pet urine can damage carpet in several ways and worse, can cause permanent pet odors in your home. Moisture can weaken the layers of the carpet allowing separation and degradation of the backing material. Seam areas, furniture cushions and subfloors are particularly prone to extensive damage caused by pet stains. Stains are only half of the problem. Persistent odor caused by pet urine and feces can lead to the need for complete removal and replacement of carpeting and upholstered fabrics. It can be extremely difficult to permanently eliminate pet odors in your home, but you significantly increase your chances when you call in a professional. Professional cleaning services such as Advanced Carpet Restoration have access to newly developed enzymes that are much more effective. If odor removal is not possible, the affected area can be removed and replaced with carpet scraps. In some extreme cases, replacement of cushions and subflooring may also be necessary when conventional pet odor removers fail.