Smoke gets behind cabinets, into closets, attics, air ducts, and other hidden areas, leaving soot deposits and creating odor problems. Smoke deposits also leave an acidic residue on your contents and belongings. At X-Cel Restoration, our team employs the most effective methods of smoke and odor restoration and have the necessary equipment to ensure that the process is successful.
We use air filtration systems, air purifiers, and both natural and chemical deodorizers to remove smoke and odors from the air. Air filtration systems use a combination of mechanical and electrostatic filters to capture smoke and odor particles, while air purifiers use activated carbon filters to remove airborne particles. Natural deodorizers like baking soda, activated charcoal and essential oils, can be used to absorb and neutralize odors. Chemical deodorizers like ozone generators, can also be used to neutralize and remove smoke and odors from the air.