Fires can be very unpleasant, no matter their size, and more than fire damage or potentially destroying your home, they can leave behind an odor that is almost impossible to get rid of. No matter the cause of the fire, whether it be from a kitchen accident, or a dropped cigarette, once you have fire odor in your home, you will want to remove burnt smell right away. Leaving objects in your home that suffered fire damage will result in an odor that is very difficult to get out, and this can be very frustrating. People who are worried about how to get rid of fire and smoke odors can rely on the Odorox Hydroxyl Processor, as this will eliminate odors where they start and prevent them from spreading. This is especially important if you have to eliminate smoker smells/odors house that are located in your air ducts.
It’s easy to use these processors to eliminate smoke smells/odors furniture. Simply place the Hydroxyl Processor in the room that has the most smoke damage or bad odors and turn it on. By closing your widows, opening doors and drawers in your home, and keeping your air ducts open, you will be able to easily and efficiently combat offensive odors. Hydroxyls using Odorox Air hydroxyl processor will be able to travel throughout your home, destroying any bad odors that they come into contact with. You may need to leave the processor running during the night or for a few days straight if there was a major smoke and fire issue and the odors are strong.
It’s important to hire professionals to come to your home right away and begin the cleanup and restoration process after you have had a fire. There may be smoke damage in your home that isn’t visible, which is why it’s important to have an expert come to your home and assess the damage that you have.
It’s generally very obvious where the fire damage in your home is located, but some smoke damage may not be obvious and sometimes won’t be visible for days after the fire. Because of this, you need to be aware of signs of damage and know when to call a professional. Additionally, smoke can permeate your home in places where you are unable to see that there has been damage.
Smoke damage is often visible inside your home and will appear as discoloration and stains. Yellowing of the floors and walls, corrosion and rust on metal, and permanent discoloration of porous surfaces are all common problems after a fire.home may not look damaged but will smell smoky after a fire. It can be hard to get rid of the smoke residue in your home.
Fabric in your home may not look damaged but will smell smoky after a fire. It can be hard to get rid of the smoke residue in your home. Particles can penetrate deep into fabrics in your home, and vapors and toxic gases may also be present. Smoke can be trapped in furniture, drapes, clothing, and carpet, and will need to be professionally treated. Additionally, smoke can be trapped in finish on furniture or wood.
Smoke damage is visible on ceilings and walls but can also permeate deeper into your home, getting into your insulation, air ducts, and HVAC system. This means that smoke problems can reoccur in the future, causing health problems. Hydroxyl Processors used in eliminating smoke odors can help decrease the likelihood of future problems. You may also have water damage form a fire, this leads to entirely different set of issues covered under another heading.
Hot air rises, which means that the greatest concentration of smoke in your home will generally be along the ceiling. Nails in the walls and ceiling can also attract smoke particles, resulting in a ring forming around them on the walls.
It’s normal for smoke residue that can exposes] children to chemicals. Smoke residue can move to the corners of a room, looking like cobwebs. This is because the ionized smoke particles will be attracted to certain types of surfaces, which causes them to gravitate to these areas in your home.
The exterior walls and windows of your home are generally cooler than the center of your room. Smoke travels to cooler areas, which is why smoke residue on exterior walls and behind your drapes and curtains is so common.
Get professional smoke damage restoration as soon as possible after your fire to minimize the number of repairs you will need to complete. Contact Odorox Air now 732-251-9506 ext. 211 for questions and assistance in removing smells and odors due to smoke, fire or any other reasons.
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Thank you for eliminating the odors in my rental home. It was occupied for 14 years with a heavy smoker and we were impressed on how the odor was completely eliminated. The home is about 1200 square feet with a full basement.
As you can see in the pictures, the walls were yellow. We had three Boss units running while the painters were finishing the last two days and while the carpet cleaners did their job. In only 5 days over Thanksgiving weekend, the Odorox units completely removed the cigarette odor, the paint odor and nothing was left inside the home. This will definitely help with a fast turnaround to
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