How to Avoid Lingering Smells
Summertime is known for being overscheduled with lots of jam-packed activities and the "go, go, go" mentality. While you and your family are getting out of the house to enjoy the sunshine and outdoors this season, you may not realize the smells that can build and linger in your home. Warmer months bring more moisture, water, unique smells, and new routines that may introduce new odors into your home. If odors are left alone and stagnant for too long, it can disrupt your fun by leaving you with a burden that requires only cleanup professionals to fi x. Is your furry friend a little too excited to spend time outside now that the weather is nice? Puddles, dirt, mud and grass can all end up in your home from your pets fur or paws. These outside contaminants can end up embedded in to your rugs and carpets leaving a gross smell if not cleaned right away. Pool days can also increase the chances of a wet and sour smell. Dripping bodies on your floors can turn the carpet musty, along with wet towels thrown in a heap and left dirty for too long. Once moisture makes its way into your home, it can sometimes be difficult to get out. Keeping your windows open on a nice day is a perk of the summertime season but it can also increase the opportunity for unwanted odors. Smoke from a campfire re or grill can soak into your walls leaving behind the lingering odors of smoke, food and grease. Fun in the sun, pool days, and grilling al fresco make up some of the best parts of the summertime season. You can count on SERVPRO of Northern Las Vegas to eliminate these odors at the source with limited interruptions to your busy schedule.