The Importance of Air Scrubbing Your Home
We like to feel safe and secure in our homes. Yet, certain dangers can exist here that we may not even be aware of.
Depending on the location, the types of materials used during construction, or the numerous activities that happen inside, the levels of indoor air quality can vary significantly throughout the day.
Various types of contaminants such as mould, allergens, pathogens, bacteria, and even dust mites can easily find their way inside. Under favourable conditions, some of these airborne particles can spread, posing a health hazard to the people living inside. Unpleasant and hard-to-remove odours can also appear and persist in enclosed spaces. Only by removing the source, can these smells be eliminated. This is where air scrubbing comes into play.
Depending on the circumstances, the operation involves a wide array of substances. These will disinfect the home and remove any existing odours in the process. When natural oxidation through conventional means is not effective or possible, ozone will be used so as an accelerant. Ozone is particularly effective on organic compounds such as sulphur, nitrogen, and phenol which give off a rotten, fishy, or smoky smell, respectively.
By filling the environment with the gas, microorganisms floating in the air will also be eliminated. Likewise, a microfilm will form on the surfaces, penetrating deep inside the pores, neutralizing any mould, bacteria, or other particles found there. The advantage of this procedure is that it will completely eliminate any contaminants that may exist in the environment without requiring any invasive procedures that may damage the property.
Air scrubbing is in no way dangerous for the people or pets living inside. The treatment will be able to remove any indoor odours from all sorts of sources such as pet urine, tobacco, dead animals, skunk odours, fire or water damage, cooking, mildew, and much more. It will eliminate all airborne and surface viruses and bacteria, as well as various allergens and mould spores.
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