Not all smoke damages are the same and each type brings about different conditions that must be dealt with accurately in the property restoration process. For example, restoration techniques required for a protein-based fire are substantially different than those employed in a primarily cellulose-fueled fire.
Many times people are concerned about lingering or returning odors in a fire damage. Improperly restored, a project can look perfect, but odors can remain. Understanding what makes up the odor and how it might be located in hidden areas can mean the difference between a project done right and one that may look good (but still smells bad).
While some in the industry still resort to covering up or attempting to seal odors into a damaged structure, Enviral Restoration believes in source-odor removal as the primary method for odor control.
We participate and adhere to the “National Institute of Disaster Restoration Guidelines for Fire and Smoke Damage Repair”. These are the only current industry-wide guidelines for proper restoration. Our experience and training gives us the confidence to offer a no-smoke odor guarantee for any structure or its contents that are restored by Enviral Restoration according to our specifications.