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How to Reduce Air Pollution During Construction with Hydroxyl Generators

Posted by Tom McArdle on 5/13/21

As a construction company, owner, or contractor, you want to get the job done the right way without putting your team’s health and safety in jeopardy. And you don’t want to risk the health and safety of nearby residents either, especially since research suggests a link between construction pollutants and serious health problems.

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

Protect Your Team by Controlling VOCs at Job Sites

Posted by Tom McArdle on 4/22/21

As someone in a supervisory role, it is not only your responsibility to protect your team from possible harm, but it is also your moral obligation. One common workplace hazard that many supervisors face is the presence of VOCs on the job site. The prolonged exposure to VOCs can have an adverse effect on your team that ranges from annoying to debilitating. 

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

3 Expert Tips for Advanced Odor Removal Using Hydroxyl Generators

Posted by Tom McArdle on 4/15/21

Hopefully, you’ve already discovered how useful a hydroxyl generator is to have in your arsenal of tools. Their ability to eliminate odors and break down volatile organic compounds while being safe to use around people, animals, plants, and sensitive materials is unmatched, which makes them great investments for restoration contractors and property managers. These generators can help a project move faster because they can run while people work in the area. But to get even more out of your hydroxyl generator, check out these three expert tips:

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

Soft Contents Cleaning: How Hydroxyl Generators Can Help

Posted by Tom McArdle on 4/8/21

After a home or building suffers a disaster, such as a fire or flood, there is typically damage to the structure that needs repair, but it’s important not to forget about the contents that sustained damage, too. Hard surfaces can stand up to tough cleaning, are less porous, and will generally be easier to tackle. Soft surfaces, however, require a special touch.

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

Can HEPA Filters Remove Odors?

Posted by Tom McArdle on 3/25/21

Properties develop unwanted odors, whether the result of a disaster, construction project, or a common business or residential activity, such as smoking or pets. It is important to take steps to remove these odors in order to keep the property functioning, but are HEPA filters the solution you need?

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Topics: Commercial and Residential Line, Ask the Expert

Hydroxyl Generators and HEPA Filters: Which is the Right Choice for Your Needs?

Posted by Tom McArdle on 3/18/21

When you need to get rid of particles in the air, two options available are HEPA filters and hydroxyl generators. But these methods target different particles, so which is best for you? Check out this guide to determine whether you need a HEPA filter or hydroxyl generator to tackle your problem.

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Topics: Commercial and Residential Line, Ask the Expert

What Is the Safest Method of Professional Odor Removal?

Posted by Tom McArdle on 3/11/21

When disasters, like fires or floods, occur on a property, not only do they cause damage, but they also leave behind odors that seep into any exposed surfaces and materials. Trying to mask the smell with deodorizers will only exacerbate the problem, so you need a solution that removes the source of the odor: its molecules.

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