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    Odors from mold and mildew, nicotine, and pets are common. But unfortunately, there's not much you can do about it. Odors can settle in your home so easily, and it would seem that they're there to stay. So you've come to the right place. We have several different ways to treat different types of odors on different levels. The best way to treat pet odors is to get a professional carpet cleaning, flushing away all those microbes and bacteria causing the odor. You can check out our odor control page listed in our services for more information. 

    Ozone is for when the carpet cleaning doesn't fix the odor problem. That dog odor still persists, or your home still smells a little musty from the mildew problem, or the walls still stink of nicotine. It's kind of a last resort, but it works really well. 

    What is ozone? You've no doubt heard of ozone before. Our beautiful planet is protected by an Ozone layer, or the Stratosphere. That Ozone layer deters harmful UV rays from the sun. But we also experience it in low levels here on the surface of Earth. You know that fresh, but slightly pungent smell you experience as you walk out of your house right after a storm? That's Ozone.

    Ozone, or Trioxygen, is an oxygen compound known as O3. 

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