Animal Odors

Animal Odor Removal

We at ABCS are pet owners just like you so we know just how important your furry friends are to the well-being of your entire family. With this in mind, we also know just how much havoc they can be to your home, and how unpleasant odors they can create can be. Specifically, pet urine has the potential to spread its odor throughout the entire house and cause severe damage to the flooring in the specific spots where accidents have occurred. Over-the-counter solutions to pet urine work only to mask the smells but don’t do much on the molecular level.

This can be frustrating for a homeowner especially if there are spots of which you were not aware. To counteract the problem of unseen spots, a technician from ABCS will use a special UV light to detect even the faintest of urine spots even on tiles, stone, or hardwood floors! By nature, urine is comprised of high amounts of nitrogen which in effect product a strong ammonia smell and sets itself into the carpet. Additionally, other animal waste products, such as feces or vomit, contain a foul smelling bacteria that once set in are nearly impossible to eliminate without the help of a professional.

Trained Experts at Animal Odor Removal

As previously mentioned, only a professional can fully remove the odors caused by animals. ABCS’s goal is to neutralize the smell at its roots, not just mask it. Our trained professionals have a proven track record, and have made homeowners across the Delaware Valley happy with their pet odor-less home! Carpets are unfortunately not the only victim of this issue; homes with hard surface floors such as hardwood, tiles, or natural stone floors can also fall victim. That is why ABCS will develop a procedure for your specific home so that you can get back to the things that really matter: playing with your pets instead of cleaning up after them!

For the safety and well-being of our technicians and your home, we kindly ask that homeowners are prepared for our arrival by:

  1. Identifying and specific problem areas on your floor
  2. Keeping pets clear of the desired service room
  3. Removing any small personal belongings to prevent accidental damage