Our beloved pets are supposed to go potty outside or in the litter box, but unfortunately, that doesn't always happen. Whether pet accidents are a one time accident after an upset stomach, or a recurring issue, Carpet Cleaning Davenport is here to help remove your pet stains and pet odors from your carpets! Our specialized Extreme Pet Carpet Cleaning Service is designed to eliminate bacteria, germs, pet vomit, urine, and waste stains, as well as the strong odor that comes hand-in-hand with the stains. Our deep cleaning, premium enzyme cleaning agents to treat visible stains as well as stains unseen stains found with our UV
detection light, high-power extraction, Certified Technicians, and Advanced Enzyme Deodorizers are sure to get your carpet looking, smelling, and feeling its very best!
Extreme Pet Carpet Cleaning Includes:
*Standard areas are under 200 SqFt. Living/dining combo rooms=2 areas.
Halls and stairs = 1 area each. $119.99 Minimum for less than 2 rooms
UV Detection of Pet Stains
Our Door Seal Keeps Bugs Out, & Pets Safe Inside
Invisible Allergens & Contaminants
Visible pet stains and a pungent urine odor are cause enough to get your carpets cleaned regularly, but let's not forget about the everyday dirt, pet dander, allergens, and insects that are brought into your home everytime your pet comes in from outside. As long as your pet hasn't been rolling around in the mud, unfortunately you will not visibly see these microsopic contaminants. These contaminants will absorb into your carpets, furniture, rugs, tile grout, and mattresses. Over time, it will cause visible soiling, but more importantly, a less-than-healthy living environment for you and your family if not treated. We typically recommend a professional steam cleaning and extraction at minimum of once per year, though our clients with pets should have their carpets cleaned every 6 months, if not more frequently, to control stains, odors, and allergens.
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