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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Learn About our Deodorization Tools from Production Manager Brad Knauer

After a fire, mold, and other disasters, odors can overwhelm your property. It is crucial for restoration professionals like ours to utilize all available avenues to reduce and remove these malodors. Brad Knauer, our Production Manager, helps you better understand the different types of neutralizing tools at our disposal and the preferred choices in managing harsh and offensive smells lingering in your house.

Air Scrubbers

One of the effective means of removing airborne odors is HEPA filtration. While it is one of the final items discussed by Brad in this video, the air filtration device shown here can be among the first lines of defense against palpable malodors. These particular types also have the option for additional filtration layers with a charcoal filter installed at the intake.

Thermal Fogging

As Brad explains, thermal fogging is one of the top options against smoke odors after fires. Because smoke enters rooms as a thick cloud, the best way to present a pairing agent to join these odor compounds is in a vaporous form. Thermal foggers are smaller than other deodorization equipment in our inventory, making them a portable solution to provide needed fogging in several rooms in a brief period rather than stationary equipment.

Creating Ozone

Many homeowners are not entirely familiar with the benefits of ozone regarding deodorization needs. By creating an unstable compound featuring an additional oxygen molecule, this system seeks to bond with and destroy odor compounds. As the clip explains, the equipment is essential to break molecules down in the air to avoid an offensive smell.