We are often able to remove odors. The first step is to identify the source of the offensive odor and its source.
‘Dog’ smell coming from pet hair and dander will often be removed with a thorough cleaning.
Smoke odor all surfaces that the smoke came into contact with must be cleaned including walls, carpet, furniture, air ducts, contents etc. Sometimes ozone and thermal fogging are needed.
Moisture / Mold
odor often means there are materials with excessive moisture content. The source of the water damage
must be identified and repaired, wet materials identified, wet materials dried or removed and affected areas cleaned.
Urine/Feces odor from pets
requires an thorough inspection to locate the individual odor causing deposits. These individual spots on the carpet and pad must be deodorized and cleaned. Depending on the severity the affected materials could also include subfloor, tack strip, walls and base trim. These may need sealed and/or replaced.