PET DAMAGE ODOR

You don’t have to smell Scooby or his doo!

We have many tricks up our sleeve with different kinds of treatments to handle whatever your pet can do. No matter how bad it is, we have a way to make smell and look good again!

Spot Cleaning

You came home late from work and Buster looked guilty when you walked in the door. You look around and sure enough, you see the present on the carpet! Jet City can spot treat the area with a professional solution to eradicate the smell and clean the area. Our truck mount steam cleaning and professional strength portables can take care of the mess no problem!

Controlled Flood Pet Urine Treatment
Maybe your situation is a tenant who lets their dog use an area of the carpet as its toilet and when they move out you have to try to save the carpet. Our controlled flood pet urine treatment can eradicate urine odors and save you money from having to replace the carpet. It’s a specialized treatment only we do. It’s an involved process taking time and multiple machines.

Last Ditch Effort
Maybe the pee is so bad, it’s through the pad and into the floor boards. We can clean both sides of the carpet, replace the carpet pad underneath and clean and sanitize the area using an anti-microbial. We can even seal the floor to block out any residual odors that may be in the wood or concrete.

Ozone
Whether its cigarette smoke, smoke smell from fire damage, food odors like curry or fish, even pet odors, our professional strength ozone can eradicate the smell. It actually kills all the bacteria by removing the oxygen from the environment. It is important that no one is home at the time the ozone is running. We like to leave it running for 24 hours. It will also kill bacteria on your computer keyboard, your toothbrush, on every surface!

Deodorization
This is a light pleasant fragrance smell that can brighten the smell in your home.

Fogger
A fogger actually “burns” an oil based material that fills a room with a pleasant smell, often of a fruity blend like cherry. Since it puts particulates in the air, it is best to do it in a vacant home as it will cling to fabrics where the scent can linger.