Odor Control and Deodorization in Tulsa, OK

Trying to manage odors in your home is not a pleasant situation. It can be embarrassing, stressful, and even has the possibility of creating health-related issues for anyone exposed to the odors. As if the odor itself isn’t enough, the possible presence of biohazards can also bring on stress and the risk of health problems. It doesn’t matter what your situation may be, PuroClean not only understands, but has been in that situation many times. Especially the situations in which the odors are strong, overwhelming and tough to control.

Common Sources of Odor Are:

  • Body Decomposition
  • Pets
  • Feces
  • Urine
  • Tear gas
  • Sewage
  • Drug labs
  • Hoarding
  • Animals
  • Blood
  • Cigarette Smoke
  • Fuel Leaks

Eliminating Odors with Expertise, Communication, and Compassion

PuroClean technicians are uniformed professionals who are trained and industry-certified to perform both biohazard and non-biohazard odor removal. The technicians are trained to conduct this work with as much respect, compassion and as little disturbance to your everyday life as possible. PuroClean promises to do whatever it takes to rescue, restore and complete your project. We will operate on a cost-conscious basis, while working to expeditiously locate and eradicate odor causing bacteria, and return your premises to a healthy and safe state.

How Our Biohazard Cleanup Odor Control & Deodorization Process Works

  1. Removing Source from Affected Area(s): Our technicians will need to identify the source of the odor and remove it from affected surfaces and areas. We follow state, federal, EPA, and OSHA regulations on disposal.
  2. Cleaning Affected Area(s): Depending on the surface and area, we will use the best techniques, equipment, and products to most effectively clean the area. Our specialized technique is the PuroClean RapidDefense™ Program. Then we will remove odors using methods such as ozone shock treatment and thermal fogging.
  3. Sealing Affected Area(s): Once cleaned, our technicians seal the affected areas to ensure any remaining offensive particles will be trapped for good and no longer able to unduly affect you, your loved ones, your friends, or your pets.
  4. Providing Post-Construction for Affected Area(s): If materials and surfaces were removed to get to the source of the odor, we will rebuild and replace what was removed.

Our Odor Removal and Deodorization Services Are Available 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a week

PuroClean understands that biohazards and various other odors can occur in homes and businesses any day and any time of day. For this reason, we are open all day, every day, to answer the calls of homeowners, businesses, property managers, and insurance agents.

PuroClean pledges to do whatever it takes to restore and rescue properties in all the communities we serve. With the quality of our restoration services and the speed in which we deliver every project, it makes PuroClean your ideal damage restoration company and your obvious first choice!

Call (918) 877-7373 now, and a representative will be with you to get our team on the road to service you and your property.

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