Can I Get Rid of The Smoke Smell After a Kitchen Fire?
SERVPRO Technicians Remove Odors After Even the Smallest Fire
Although the lingering smell of smoke after a fire can be tough to remove, our technicians use a variety of techniques and products to get rid of the strong smell. Even your clothing may retain the smell of smoke after a kitchen fire a few rooms away. It has a way of traveling throughout your home and penetrating every surface.
How Do Technicians Rid the Home of Smoke Odor?
Our SERVPRO Technicians Use a Variety of Techniques to Deodorize Your Home
We understand that one of the worst parts of the fire damage in your Oakland home is the persistent smell of smoke. Our technicians remove the odor from the structure of your home, appliances, and your belongings by finding and removing the source of the odor and then deodorizing.
What Makes Smoke Odor So Difficult to Remove?
- Size: Smoke odor particles are very tiny, about the diameter of a human hair, and can travel into even the smallest nooks and crannies.
- Heat: The hotter the fire, the more the particles expand, in turn causing a stronger scent.
- Time and Amount of Residue: The longer the particles remain on a surface, the deeper the scent. Likewise, the more residue present on a surface, the harder it is to remove both the residue and odor.
- Porosity: If the surface is porous, more odor particles can get in and then expand.
Following even a small kitchen fire, it can be surprising how the smoke travels and permeates into surfaces and your belongings. Our technicians get rid of the smell by cleaning surfaces, removing the source of the smell, and recreating the smoke by fogging small 1-4 micron-sized deodorant particles throughout the impacted area to attack the odor.
For assistance after a fire, Contact SERVPRO of West Oakland at (510) 599-9300. We make it, "Like it never even happened."