Removing Smoke Odors From Your Carpet
Category : Golden Glove Clean
Smoke odors, whether they are from cigarette smoke, burnt food or fire damage, can seep into every area of your home and settle into your carpets. Once the smell from smoke gets into the fibers of your carpet it can be very difficult to get out.
Smoke odor removal from carpet can be time consuming and costly for an individual homeowner who is attempting to clean the rug themselves. Golden Glove’s technicians are trained to know how to properly clean and remove smoke odor from carpets.
Since the strong pungency of smoke can manifest from a variety of sources and be quite severe at times, it is important to note what type of cleaning you will need. The more information you have, the easier it will be for you to explain your situation to a trained carpet cleaning professional. For instance, bad smells that are left in carpet due to fires require many more steps than typical cleaning and restoration. Smoke odor removal in these extreme conditions will need to be accompanied with proper ventilation of the home. Proper ventilation helps insure that any physical residue such as dirt or ash will be expunged from the carpet first. Only then can a professional begin to assess the complexity of the cleaning. After an assessment has been made, the technician can then give the homeowner a proper and accurate quote before they begin their work.
It is important to act on smoke odor removal quickly. Within only weeks of the initial damage, carpet fibers and upholstery may become permanently discolored. This type of damage will ultimately lead to the carpet having to have to be completely replaced. Smoke odor removal that is done in a timely manner can restore the carpet to its former luster. Contact Golden Glove today for a quote for deep carpet cleaning. Our technicians can work to salvage your flooring and help you avoid costly carpet replacements. Golden Glove is now offering Christmas specials to our clients in order to get homeowners ready for holiday guests.