Tobacco smoke leaves a sticky residue on walls, curtains, blinds, appliances, and ceilings. The odor often stays in carpets, curtains, and walls. Dropped ashes may result in damage to tiles, carpets, countertops, and bathtubs.
When a smoking tenant moves out, costly cleaning and repairs are often necessary to prepare the unit for a new tenant.
1)Removing brown-yellow stains from walls, cabinets, blinds, and fixtures.
2)Eliminating smoke odor from drapes, carpets, and walls through cleaning or removal.
3)Repairing or replacing damaged, burned, or singed carpet, tiles, drapes, countertops, and bathtubs.