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Fog Out Nasty Odors in Your Buildings

No one likes to spend time in a smelly building. If your property has recently had some kind of disaster – like a flood or fire – there may be lingering smells that make the building an unpleasant place to be. Not only will the odors make the building hard to use, but those smells could also indicate a health hazard.


Odors are notoriously hard to remove, but the talented team at Claremont can get the job done. No matter what the root cause of the odors in your building is, we’ll get down to the heart of the matter and eliminate those odors out once and for all.

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Efficiency is Our Goal

Along with making sure we completely wipe out lingering odors, we’ll also aim to get the job done as quickly as possible. Every day that you are out of your building is costly for your business, so we take delays seriously.


To get started, we will analyze where the smells are coming from and what needs to be done to eliminate those sources. We’ll organize a plan of action from that initial assessment and get right to work on deodorization. Our air scrubbers do the bulk of the work at this point, along with HEPA vacuums and other cleaning agents.

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Can I Get Rid of Smells on My Own?

If the smells are taking place on a building-wide level, you will likely need the help of the Claremont team. Our experience allows us to accurately track the source of odors, and the professional equipment we use eliminates those smells effectively.


How Long Does Deodorization Take?

We are committed to completing this work as quickly as possible. The actual timeline of the job from start to finish will depend on many variables like the size of the space and the severity of the odor.


Does Insurance Cover This Work?

That depends on your policy. First, call Claremont to get started on the work as soon as possible, and then reach out to your insurance company to sort out those details.

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