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.