Fire Smoke Odour Removal Swanley

Fire Smoke Odour Removal

  • Available around the clock
  • Free site survey
  • Wide range of fire smoke odour removal solutions
  • Cater to commercial and domestic clients

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Fire Smoke Odour Removal Specialists

Based in the South East of England, we’re on hand around the clock for customers in Swanley.

With years of experience in the fire smoke odour removal sector, we’re on hand to deal with all your cleaning needs in Swanley.

Smoke odours not only reduce home value but also endanger your health. If not addressed by professional cleaners, the odour can persist in a house for years, eventually causing respiratory ailments and skin conditions.

The odour is strong, consisting of carbon monoxide, tar, and other toxins. You must call a fire smoke odour removal company to keep you and your family safe.

With our scent removal and smoke-damage cleaning services, ICE Cleaning can restore your smoke-damaged house. Our specialists utilise the latest industrial solutions and cutting-edge technology to remove every trace of soot and smoke odours from your home.

To discover the full range of services available for customers in Swanley, either give us a call at 0208 066 0360 or send your details to

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Why choose us

Why choose us?

  • Cater to a wide variety of cleaning situations
  • Nationwide coverage, available 24/7
  • Cater to commercial and domestic clients
  • Free survey provided prior to quotation 
  • Emergency response team
  • Offer a bespoke service designed to suit all your needs 
  • All technicians hold professional health and safety qualifications, including BICSc, IOSH, Dewpoint Professional & Safe Contractor 

We’re fully accredited

We place best practise, professional expertise and health and safety at the core of our business. We’re fully compliant with all legal obligations. You can view a list of our accreditations below, or visit our Health & Safety page for more information.

Dewpoint® Professional Corporate Membership

We guarantee an excellent level of service and outstanding results every time.

When our specialists come to your location for a risk assessment, they identify any possible hazards and the source of the odour. We use the most effective odour neutralisation approach for the circumstances and begin the operation with a 6-stage treatment.

In our odour-removal method, we employ technologically advanced and industrial-grade solutions. This ensures that no traces of soot or smoke odour are left behind. We treat all surfaces in the home that are safe to reach as part of our solutions, including ceilings, walls, floors, and upholstery.

Our professionals will clean the air and eliminate any hazardous substances or pollutants that might be present on your premises. We always remain on-site until you are pleased with the outcomes of our work and assist you in disposing of any contaminated objects.

Can soot encourage mould growth?

Aside from soot and smoke damage, your home is vulnerable to other threats you may not have considered. Mould is one of these problems, even though it is not usually associated with house fires.

However, if wet substances or chemicals put out the fire, warmth and damp will be present. Soot left alone for a long time can also contribute to this due to the high levels of moisture they retain. This creates a perfect environment for mould to grow and possibly inflict severe structural damage.

Mould might not be as damaging to people as soot, but it can still create symptoms and exacerbate the decay of your home. Because mould starts to grow 48 hours after a fire, you must air your property and place a dehumidifier in moist areas.

How to reduce smoke odours in general

Smoke odours can be caused by everyday things that go unnoticed. The chimney of your fireplace may be coated with soot or cigarette smoke could be seeping into your home from the outside. You should do the following to keep your home free of smoke and odours:

  • Open doors and windows frequently to ventilate your home.
  • Install an extractor fan over the hob in the kitchen.
  • Make sure to clean your chimney at least twice a year.
  • Before going to bed, extinguish any open fires in your home.
  • When using a grill outside, ensure that all windows and doors are closed.
  • Smoke at least ten feet away from your home, with the doors and windows closed.

We cover all areas in the Sevenoaks District in Kent, including:

  • Ash
  • Brasted
  • Chipstead
  • Crockenhill
  • Edenbridge
  • Fawkham
  • Four Elms
  • Hever
  • Horton Kirby
  • New Ash Green
  • Otford
  • Penhurst
  • Sevenoaks
  • Underriver
  • Westerham

Do smoke odours mean there is carbon monoxide present?

When burning organic fuels such as wood or coal, black smoke emerges from the flames, which is carbon created by incomplete combustion. When smoke collects in a clogged chimney or a house fire, the particles remain in the air. These particles eventually collide with a surface, creating a black stain that contains chemicals and toxins.

Carbon creates a variety of chemicals, including tar, hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and carbon monoxide. Without a carbon monoxide monitor, carbon monoxide becomes trapped after a chimney or house fire and goes unnoticed.

Although the smell of smoke does not necessarily mean you are at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, you should always check with a detector for your own safety. Touching or breathing leftover smoke odours might expose you to carbon monoxide, which can cause dangerous symptoms such as:

  • Confusion
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Nausea
  • Stomach pains
  • Shortness of breath
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Seizures

Get in touch with a member of our friendly support team today

Get in touch today to find out more about our cleaning services. Either call us at 0208 066 0360 to speak with a member of our professional support team or send your enquiry to

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