Badly Pet Effected Carpets Revived.
Tenants had moved in to a property but the carpets smelled so bad they couldn’t use any of the carpeted rooms.
On inspection all carpeted rooms carried a heavy ‘pet’ odour typically laid down from the oils of a dogs skin, dirt bought in on the coat and feet, urine and faeces. Urine testing showed all rooms to be heavily contaminated. The image shows the areas of contamination we found in the lounge room. All rooms were similarly effected.
Job Request: Clean the carpets to allow the carpeted rooms to be habitable until funds are available for their replacement.
- Owner didn’t have the funds to replace the carpets and required the rent to maintain the financial stability of the investment
- Tenant was looking to break lease if the situation could not be resolved quickly.
The carpet structure was sound and still in good condition so the carpets were worth a saving. Applying urine treatment across all carpets was cost prohibitive so we decided to deep clean using a combination of detergents, mechanical agitation and steam cleaning.
The carpets were sanitised using a germicide treatment that kills 99.9% of bacteria, viruses, fungi and mould. This left the rooms hygienically clean and smelling like a hospital
The carpets presented clean with heavy pet odour abated because we had cleaned the primary sources of the odour from the carpet. The tenant was very happy with the outcome and able to move in to the carpeted rooms once the carpets dried.
The total cost of our treatment was $475 and saved the property owner thousands on carpet replacement and ensured the tenant remained in tenure paying rent.