In the aftermath of fire damage in your property, the unmistakable smell of smoke and appearance of soot are highly likely. Smoke & soot can contribute to long lasting issues within the home or business, leading to structural damage and deterioration of the property. If your home or business is damaged by fire, it is critical to act as soon as possible to ensure a full recovery of the property. As industry leaders in fire restoration, our professionals utilize years of experience and industry-leading methods to restore your property to its pre-loss condition.
At Whalen Restorations, we use the following equipment and techniques to perform the smoke & soot damage restoration process.
Using ozone generators is an extremely successful method of neutralizing smoke odor. Using oxygen, these generators electronically produce ozone molecules. These ozone molecules are introduced to other reactive molecules and break them down in the oxidization process. Our team uses many safety precautions while operating ozone generators because we want to keep our clients as heathy as possible.
Thermal foggers are used to easily distribute solutions that effectively treat smoke odor. These units are portable aerosol generators that allow us to treat hard to reach areas as well as larger scale jobs. Thermal foggers turn cleaning solutions into heated fog that cleans the air and eliminates many of the pathogens found in an area.
Using carbon dioxide in its solid form (dry ice), pellets can be used in place of sand and other traditional blasting materials for soot cleaning. When the pellets interact with the surface being blasted, it evaporates, avoiding the mess of secondary waste. Dry ice blasting allows us to do a high quality, cost effective job that will effectively treat smoke & soot damage.
If your home or business has been affected by smoke & soot damage, do not hesitate to contact our team. The science of identifying and remediating fire related damage can be tricky, so leave it to our certified team to properly restore your property.