Aussies are an animal-loving nation and most households have a pet. Having a pet has great benefits for a person and a family as a whole. But keeping a pet has some downsides as well, which includes them urinating on your furniture or carpets by accident. Aside from the unpleasant odour, this can have potentially serious effects on your family’s health.
Here’s a look at the potential consequences that animal urine on carpets can cause and how we can help you with this so that your pet continues to be a part of your family.
Carpet bacteria damages your immune system
Bacteria that grow on pet stains in carpets can become a problem if you do not have a healthy immune system. This is especially important due to the coronavirus pandemic. Bacteria in urine stains can cause sinusitis, inflammation, and various allergies among others diseases. Young children and the elderly are especially at risk of significant health issues due to their weak immune systems. The urine stains smell sharply of ammonia, which is harmful to the lungs. Ammonia can cause significant problems for people with asthma and allergies.
Similarly, mould on the carpet can cause respiratory problems. To keep your family safe from these bacteria contact. We use non-toxic, biodegradable chemicals because we care about your family and pets. Stop germs and bacteria from thriving in your home now and get out pet and odour treatment service today.
Aside from your health, there are financial downsides as well. Urine can soak through your carpet and into the subfloor causing structural damage to the floor. This may lead to having to replace sections of your subfloor which will increase the cost dramatically. To keep your finances in check, it is important to get your carpet cleaned at least twice a year.
Get your carpet cleaned
If you are looking to clean your carpet of cat urine or dog urine on the Gold Coast, then give us a call on 0435 395 248.