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Odor, Smoke, Bio Hazard & Trauma Clean Up

Proudly Serving Polk, Osceola, Orange and Lake Counties


Severe odors from fire and smoke damage require a variety of professional products, systems and specialty equipment to remove. Often multiple treatments are necessary during the restoration process. ServiceMaster Restore® has a large selection of systems, deodorizers and equipment to remove a wide range of odors. Some treatments may require the removal of pets, plants and human occupants for a short period of time for their protection. Here is a sample of the odor control treatments we provide:

Air scrubbers for smoke and/or odor
Smoke and odor particles continue to be airborne many days after the fire has stopped. Air scrubbers use high efficiency air filtration (HEPA) to remove these particles from the air, enhancing the efficiency of cleaning and clearing the air for safe breathing. They also keep airborne construction dust to a minimum.

Thermal Fogging
A strong deodorizer that penetrates everywhere the smoke traveled to neutralize odor. This process, if used, will require the removal of pets, plants and human occupants for a short period of time

Ozone
An oxidizing agent produced by a portable ozone generator. This process, if used, will require the removal of pets, plants and human occupants for a short period of time

Odor Smoke

Odor/Smoke Damage can stay in almost everything. 

Sometimes, multiple treatments are necessary during the restoration process. That’s why we meet with you and explain all the details up front. In addition to providing step-by-step explanations throughout the process, we work closely with you to develop the best solution for you and your home.

We have the most advanced products and systems, customized for restoring different smoke damaged contents. Whether furniture and upholstery, knick-knacks or other belongings, we will work to restore your contents back to normal. We clean, deodorize and protect all content items, and climate-controlled storage and careful inventory control are always part of our contents cleaning services.

     BIOHAZARD & TRAUMA CLEAN UP.

As an industry, cleaning companies are numerous, well advertised and extremely competitive. Yet as a defined service within this industry, it is rare to find any companies that provide trauma restoration services. The obvious reason for this is because so few people actually want to be involved with this specialized type of work. Because of this, families are forced to handle the cleanup themselves. Consequently, it is often handled badly or illegally.

Our community landfills are common dumping grounds for infectious and contaminated waste that should never have ended up there. We also find that law enforcement agencies do not maintain listings of companies that perform trauma restoration. Comments from officials around the country reinforce the fact that friends and family members of victims routinely have to deal with the cleanup themselves. Neighbors comment that they “have no idea how the house got back to normal. It seemed to happen by magic.” The family handled it because they didn’t know about us. We at ServiceMaster Restore intend to fill this void.

Don't Know What
To Do Next? We Do.

•   We are professionally trained and well-equipped for your emergency needs.
•   When a disaster hits we are ready to restore your home or place of business.
•   Our client is our priority and we guarantee our best quality service. 

Upholstery Cleaning​

Sofas, chairs are in constant use and can show soil and dirt quickly. Although not often visible to the naked eye, upholstery collects contaminants such as dead skin cells, oils and dust that can only be removed with a thorough professional cleaning.

Upholstered items also come in a variety of fabrics, textures and blends. It can be difficult for an untrained cleaner to look at the upholstery and know the right cleaning method. ServiceMaster Restore® upholstery experts eliminate the guesswork and select the best cleaning method for your upholstery and its condition, utilizing equipment created to remove the most soil possible. 

When cleaning upholstery, our technicians use specially designed products, equipment and methods to achieve the best results.

Professionally upholstery cleaning by ServiceMaster Restore:

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    Is safe for most kinds of upholstery and fabrics.
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    Is non-toxic to visitors and employees.
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    Usually removes stains and spots already present.
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    Reduces the effects of wear on furniture.
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    Helps extend the life of upholstery and protect your investment.
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    Helps eliminate persistent odors.

     WHAT TO EXPECT:

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    Step 1: A technician will conduct a preliminary inspection of your upholstery to determine the best cleaning method. Some fabrics are not cleanable due to fabric type. That will be determined by our technician before any cleaning process takes place.

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    Step 2: We pre-treat spots and stains using our proprietary cleaning products or manufacturer-recommended products to accelerate soil release.

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    Step 3: The upholstery is rinse-extracted using high performance truck-mounted equipment. This rinse-extraction process uses a specially formulated pH-balancing fiber rinse that helps to remove any cleaning solution residue.

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    Step 4: If the pre-treatment doesn’t remove all spots, we use various techniques in an attempt to remove them.

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    Depending on the cleaning method we use, drying time differs. Drying time is anywhere from 1 to 6 hours.

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TIPS
Keeping your upholstery looking its best.
•    Avoid direct sunlight. Modern furniture fabrics are usually very resilient to sunlight. However, under extreme exposure, even these fabrics show signs of fading.
•    Vacuum often. Upholstered furniture should be vacuumed on a regular basis to remove dust and loose dirt.
•    When trying to clean up a spill, it’s best to blot instead of rub and work from the edges of a spot to the center. Both techniques have been known to prevent spreading.

Upholstery Cleaning FAQ's

Why should I get upholstered furniture cleaned?

How long does it take to get my upholstered furniture professionally cleaned?

When will I be able to use my furniture after a professional cleaning?

Do I need to do anything prior to the technician arriving for my scheduled service?

Is professional upholstery cleaning expensive?

How often do I need to get my upholstered furniture professionally cleaned?

Will there be an odor?

Does your Home or Business need Odor/Smoke Damage Restoration Services?

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