Fire safety at home is a major concern for most parents with children. A serious house fire can lead to extensive property damage and even loss of life. In NSW, approximately one third of house fires tend to occur more during the colder months of the year – between June and August. Although the number of deaths occurring from house fires is relatively small, all accidental deaths are generally regarded as preventable. Here are some… Read More
Dealing with pet odours is something every pet owner goes through. Though you may love your pooch dearly and treat it like a family member, at times you may find your home smelling like your pet.
Seeing your home consumed by fire can be a horrible experience for any homeowner. All the soot and smoke left behind by fire can have a devastating effect not just on the property but also on one’s health. Even though the damage is visible it is hard to tell the exact extent of damage.
Does the odour in your home make you plug your nose? Don’t you hate it when you step in a room the first thing that gets to you is an awful stench? And no matter if you even clean your home from top to bottom every day, sometimes certain odours are just unavoidable.
Odour is often a sign that bacteria is present in the environment. Odour control involves identifying these bacterial infestation and then destroying the molecules, bacteria, and spores that cause unpleasant smells.