Pets such as cats and dogs sometimes have accidents in the house, resulting in unpleasant odors that can be heard to eliminate. If nuisance animals such as racoons, squirrels, and mice get into your home, their urine and feces can be dangerous.
Animal Urine: Pets such as cats and dogs sometimes have accidents in the house. In addition to staining, pet urine has an unpleasant odor.
Solid Animal Waste: While pet feces can be problematic, feces from nuisance animals can be dangerous.
Animal Urine: Pets such as cats and dogs sometimes have accidents in the house. In addition to staining, pet urine has an unpleasant odor. Unfortunately, when pets, especially cats, urinate on the floor or walls, the smell encourages repetition. Over time, urine soaks into the carpet, pad, wood floor, subflooring, drywall, framing, and foundation. When it dries, the urine becomes concentrated and the odor becomes worse. Simple surface carpet cleaning will do nothing to remove this odor. The result? Strong pet odor travels throughout the home and can cause serious respiratory issues for residents.
With the right products and processes, odor from pet urine can be remediated. If the wood and concrete are still structurally sound, On Call Bio Pennsylvania can use specialized chemicals and application techniques to break apart urine and disinfect the wood or concrete. Next, we use Ozone to treat odors in the air. Finally, we seal all surfaces to encapsulate odor causing material that may still be in the wood or concrete.
Give On Call Bio Pennsylvania a call at 215-702-6094 to schedule a free, no-obligation estimate.
Solid Animal Waste: If you have mice in your basement, raccoons in your walls, or bats in your attic, you may notice one or more of the following:
- Lots of droppings and urine on the floor and in the insulation
- Odor problems inside the home
- Growth of mold on contaminated attic areas
- Parasites and other pathogens
- Strong scent that can attract new wildlife
Even if you do not spend time in your basement or attic, it is important to have the animals removed and waste remediated. Why? Because the pathogens mentioned above do not stay just in the attic or basement, they can travel throughout your home. When the droppings dry out they, along with Hantavirus, histoplasmosis fungus, roundworm and other pathogens, are easily spread and inhaled.
As a professional bioremediation company, On Call Bio Pennsylvania is prepared to safely remove animal feces and disinfect the affected areas of your home or business. In the end, your basement or attic will be restored to a healthy clean condition. Your whole house will be safe from possible illnesses carried in the animal waste.
Call On Call Bio Pennsylvania at 215-702-6094 with any questions or to schedule a free, no-obligation estimate.