Restaurant Odor removal is a challenging task. Even after the cleaning staff cleans the restaurant there remains a lingering odour from spilled food and beverages, onions, garlic, fish, deep fried food, curry, and body odor. That’s because cleaning services cannot reach the odor that penetrates cracks in ceilings and walls, furniture, and carpet. This odor needs to be removed at the molecular level. The smell is similar to kitchens, delis, and bistros and needs to be kept odour free for guests to have a good dining experience.
Ozone is a gas that can penetrate any cracks, furniture, and carpets and destroy odour at the source. And because it is all natural it does not leave a chemical residue behind like several commercial odor elimination products.
How Does It Work?
Once an appointment has been set, Admirable Inspection Services will need your restaurant to have no inhabitants, pets, or plants for 24 hours. Once the restaurant is ready, we use commercial ozone shock generators to completely remove the odor from the kitchen at the molecular level, guaranteed! The process from start to end takes about 24 hours.
Ozone is a natural element in the air we breathe every day and is compromised of three molecules of oxygen. The ozone shock generators generate high concentrations that remove odor but is safe for the environment. In extreme cases, Admirable Inspection Services may have to use a special cleaning agent as well as the ozone shock generators.
Admirable Inspection Services will do restaurant odor elimination in surrounding areas as well, including St. Albert, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Sherwood Park, Devon, Fort Saskatchewan, Ardrossan, Acheson, Leduc, Calmar, Beaumont, Bruderheim, Morinville, Nisku, Gibbons, Camrose, and Villeneuve and more. Extra mileage applies.
My Promise to You
Choosing the right inspection service provider can be difficult. Unlike most professionals you hire, you probably won’t meet me until your inspection appointment–after you’ve hired. Furthermore, different inspectors have varying qualifications, equipment, experience, reporting methods, and pricing. One thing that’s certain is that a thorough inspection requires a lot of work. Ultimately, a quality inspection depends heavily on the individual inspector’s effort. I guarantee that I will give you my very best.
— Steven Letendre
Admirable Inspection Services