Why is My Carpet Smelling More Like Pet Urine with the Humidity?

Oops...I Did it Again!With the warmer weather and the increase in humidity, our carpets are releasing more odor from our pet’s accidents. With high heat, high humidity there are significantly more water molecules in the air. This allows the bacteria in urine crystals to become moist and reactivated.

Not only is it difficult to deal with a pet accident once one has occurred, but it’s also tough to know where past accidents may have taken place, accidents you may not have even known about. Chem-Dry can identify pet accidents in your home with a black light evaluation to determine where these accidents have happened. Once we find these areas in your carpets and rugs we can apply our revolutionary cleaning product P.U.R.T.® (Pet Urine Removal Treatment).  P.U.R.T. contacts the source of the odor and then immediately begins a chemical reaction that destroys the urine odor. It’s shown excellent results on even the most severe urine damage. If not treated properly, the odor from pet accidents can travel through the entire home and impact your health and your happiness.

Pet urine in the carpet can leave an unsightly stain and an unpleasant odor. Just a simple cleaning will not take care of the urine crystals left in the carpet.  As the urine dries, the liquid evaporates but the urine crystals become even more concentrated and pungent. To help rid your home of this pet urine, Chem-Dry can apply P.U.R.T. While many cleaners can only “mask” the pet urine odors, Chem-Dry’s P.U.R.T. is designed to go to the molecular level and destroys the urine crystals to eliminate the odor.

How P.U.R.T Works

  1. We will use a black light to determine where the urine spots are located and how severe the damage is to the carpet.
  2. Then the carpet will be rinsed and extracted with a hot water rinse to remove the bulk of the urine crystals.  Pet Urine Removal Treatment will be applied.
  3. The next 24 to 36 hours, the ingredients in P.U.R.T.® will react with the urine, and break down the odor causing components. While this process occurs, your carpet will stay damp to the touch
  4. Your carpets are clean and the odor is gone!

If you are having pet odor or pet urine issues, call Chem-Dry of Michiana for a free black light evaluation and estimate. We can help make your home drier, cleaner, and healthier.

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Tidbits about July 4!

July 4th TidbitsA few interesting facts about July 4. Some you’ve heard about and some I bet you haven’t!

* It’s the 185th day of this year. And its 180 days until 2015!

* John Adams and Thomas Jefferson were the only signers of the Declaration of Independence that became Presidents of the United States.

* And…John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died on the SAME day, JULY 4, 1826! Another president, James Monroe, also died on JULY 4, but in 1831.

* Calvin Coolage, the 30th President of the United States, was born on JULY 4, 1872!

* JULY 4th holiday week is typically one of the busiest travel times of the year in America!

*JULY 4th is a federal holiday so don’t plan on any mail or on any visits to a federal building or court house!

* The countries of Philippines and Rwanda also celebrate JULY 4 for their individual independences!

*It’s the 42 year for the Nathan’s Hotdog Eating Contest in Brooklyn, NY! That’s alot of hotdogs!

*Wimbledon Tennis Tournement always seems to have their final weekend of play around this holiday weekend.

Enjoy your federal holiday celebrating our independence with your family and friends. Whether you celebrate with picnics, baseball, barbeques, fireworks,  or parades, rejoice that we live in the fabulous country of the United States of America.

Chem-Dry of Michiana will also be observing July 4th as a holiday for our employees. If you have a water damage emergency, feel free to contact our emergency phone 574-320-2479. Our normal office hours will resume on July 7!

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