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Smoke Damage in Downtown Chicago Business?

4/25/2022 (Permalink)

Smoke is filling a room. We restore smoke and soot damage in Cook County.

Our team in Downtown Chicago restores smoke damage for Downtown Chicago businesses. Smoke leaves a unique signature behind based on the materials burned during the fire. Here is some of the equipment we use to restore smoke damage:

Air Scrubber or Filter

Heating, ventilation, air conditioning system (HVAC) air scrubber, or a high-efficiency particulate air filter (HEPA) air purifier can capture larger smoke molecules. There will still be some residual odor from smaller molecules or surface residues.

Ozone Generator

An ozone generator is a fast and highly effective smoke odor restoration method. These machines emit ozone, which follows the same paths through the air as smoke and oxidizes any residual traces in the air or on surfaces.

Thermal Fogging

Thermal fogging is an intensive treatment involving fogging machines. After residents evacuate, smoke cleaning professionals fill a structure with petroleum distillates that neutralize odors and ventilate the area.

Hydroxyl Generator

A hydroxyl generator is a slower and gentler alternative to ozone. These machines rely on ultraviolet light to generate hydroxyl radicals that eliminate smoke odors. It will take about three to five days of continuous operation to achieve the same results as a single ozone treatment.

Vapor Modification

Vapor modification is another odor elimination method that relies on aromatic compounds and a blower or fan to neutralize smoke odor

Call Us!

Downtown Chicago businesses and residents can rely on our local team in Downtown Chicago to restore smoke, soot, and fire damage, “Like it never even happened.” Call us today at 312-888-7378.

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