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It has been well established that odours have powerful links to memory and emotion. People tend to experience, rather then simply detect them

HVAC (Heating, ventilation and air conditioning) restoration is required in whenever there is a HVAC system installed in a property that has had a fire loss smoke and soot residue go through the HVAC system, and especially in moderate to heavy smoke damages situations, regardless of whether the system was in operation or not

McArdles has equipment on hand to perform any structural cleaning job, small to large losses and polices and procedures to handle all types of clients;

McArdles eliminates soot from flooring at the start of the project and and the end of the project. This helps reduce contamination soil tracking

Structural Restoration

Structural Cleaning

Structure – Refers to materials used to construct the building envelope, roofing, floor and wall assemblies, and all items physically attached to the structure. Structural cleaning attempts to restore these same surfaces – smoke-affected walls, floors, ceilings and anything permanently mounted or improved upon.

Testing Before Cleaning

Usually the most cost effective restoration option is cleaning. When cleaning, McArdles ultimate responsibility is to preserve fabrics and surfaces from further damage. A basic step required in light-to-moderate smoke odour situations begins cleaning the source area.

Test cleaning helps determine what approach to cleaning will achieve the best results;

  • Clean Only;
    • Dry soil removal.
      Dry soil removal with localised wet cleaning of electrical wall plates, doors, door trims, windows and window trim.
  • Wet Clean;
    • Choosing the right restoration method for different materials and surfaces.
    • Aggressive cleaning techniques on acoustical textured ceiling, coating components.
  • Clean in preparation for paint only; and
  •  Clean in preparation for sealer and paint.

Traditionally, wet cleanable surfaces include most woodwork, doors and door frames, and semi-gloss painted surfaces. Two structural areas where the restorer will find most washable surfaces are located in the kitchen and bathrooms. Prior to clean smoke damaged surfaces, secure breakables from furniture, and remove draperies, wall decorations and framed articles to prevent damage.


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