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Instantly Upgrade Your Cleaning and Odor Removal Process Without Breaking the Bank

Posted by Tom McArdle on 8/12/20

As a restoration company, cleaning and odor removal are a large part of your business. When dealing with water or fire damage, lingering odors can become a large problem. Many techniques work for handling odor removal, but none are quite as effective as a hydroxyl generator.

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Topics: Commercial and Residential Line, Ask the Expert

How to Remove the Smoke Smell from Any Fabric or Household Item

Posted by Tom McArdle on 8/8/20

Did you know that there are over 350,000 house fires each year in the United States? When a fire breaks out in either a residential or commercial location and the tenants are lucky enough to have the opportunity to return to their building, there are both positives and negatives. The good news is that belongings are salvageable, the bad news is that more than likely, they reek of smoke damage.

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Topics: Fire Damage, Ask the Expert

Can a Hydroxyl Generator Help When Selling a Home?

Posted by Tom McArdle on 7/29/20

As a realtor or landlord selling a property should be a seamless experience. In a perfect world, every property would sell quickly and with no problems. However, the reality is that problems pop up when selling a unit. 

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Topics: Fire Damage, Commercial and Residential Line, Property Management, Ask the Expert

Smoke Odor Removal for Commercial Buildings

Posted by Tom McArdle on 7/22/20

After the fire department leaves, there is still damage that needs to be cleaned up. Smoke odors in a commercial building can be nearly as damaging as the flames themselves. At Odorox® Hydroxyl Group, we pride ourselves in assisting disaster restoration professionals in cleaning and deodorizing correctly and thoroughly. 

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Topics: Disaster Recovery Line, Commercial and Residential Line, Ask the Expert

How to Add Odorox® Hydroxyl Generators to Your Fire Restoration Process

Posted by Tom McArdle on 7/15/20

Odor removal is an important step with any restoration project. Ensuring all odors are fully removed can be challenging since each job is different. Fire and soot restoration jobs are particularly difficult - the damage goes further than just the areas that are visible to the eye. Soot and smoke can permeate documents, furniture, electronics, clothing, wood, carpeting, and other household items if immediate action is not taken. 

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Topics: Fire Damage, Ask the Expert

Fire Damage in a Retail Space - What Steps to Take to Fix the Damage

Posted by Tom McArdle on 7/8/20

Fire is devastating for any structure but in a retail space, it presents a set of issues that residential properties don’t have to deal with. Fire can change a retail space in a matter of seconds, causing thousands of dollars in damage to structure and product. 

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Topics: Disaster Recovery Line, Fire Damage, Ask the Expert

Best Practices to Reopening Your Business After Stay at Home Orders Lift

Posted by Tom McArdle on 6/30/20

With “stay at home” orders lifted around the country, businesses are slowly bringing back staff and reopening their doors to customers. While some businesses can afford to keep their staff at a skeleton crew, or even closed for good, others need to reopen at the highest capacity possible to keep the business running. 

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Topics: Commercial and Residential Line, Ask the Expert