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Do Smoke Odors Come Out Of Fabrics In My Danbury Home?

6/3/2020 (Permalink)

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Removing Smoke Odors In Danbury

Many of your belongings and furniture require deodorizing efforts by our skilled professionals after a fire in your Danbury home.

Odors can be a substantial obstacle in recovering your Danbury home after a fire loss. Porous materials can be the most harshly affected, such as clothing and fabrics. Removing smoke odors from these contents and fabrics requires multiple pieces of equipment, potent deodorization products, and experienced technicians to achieve.

Regarding the restoration of fire damage in Danbury homes, several strategies can reduce the severity of specific loss effects. Fire debris removal, for example, can often have a direct influence on the severity and concentrations of both smoke odors and soot particles circulating in the environment. While deodorization is one of the final steps to restoration in your house, it can be one of the most challenging obstacles to making fire losses, “Like it never even happened.”

What Materials Can Hold Smoke Odors?

What Materials Can Hold Smoke Odors?
While harsh smoke and burning odors can exist in the environments around where the fire originated or spread, some materials are more inclined to absorb these odor compounds and keep them trapped. The only suitable solution to removing foul odors from these affected surfaces is introducing them to one of the few efficient deodorization machines in our arsenal. Some of these materials are most inclined to hold harsh smoke scents:

    •    Clothing
    •    Drywall
    •    Carpeting
    •    Upholstery
    •    Drapes

What Tool is Best for Deodorization?

Choosing the right tool for removing odors is not always straightforward and simple. With soft and porous materials like clothing and upholstery, thermal fogging is often the recommended approach. The lightweight, versatile equipment can create a vapor that can penetrate the pores of damaged surfaces to neutralize embedded odors.

Removing odors and other fire loss effects can be a substantial hurdle for even our experienced SERVPRO of Danbury / Ridgefield team. We have premier tools and equipment to help make the process as efficient as possible. Call us today at (203) 791-0920.

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