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Apartment Odor

5 Ways to Solve Apartment Odor Problems

With many tenants using your units and other amenities, apartment odor can surface. In fact, the number one complaint from occupants is tobacco odors in hallways and rooms. It doesn’t matter if your rooms are smoke-free or not, some tenants will smoke. The smoke gets absorbed into linens, upholstery, drapery, and carpeting. That makes for a sour impression for any new renter entering an apartment for the first time. Aire-Master can help you make a great first impression.

Our odor control service is simply the best. You see, we don’t mask odors; we eliminate them! That’s because our deodorants attack odors at the molecular level — leaving odor-causing molecules odorless. We will eliminate unpleasant odors in rooms and fabrics, kitchenettes, showers, restrooms, and hallways. Let Aire-Master be your problem-solver!

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Work Smarter

OSHA revised its Hazard Communication Standard (HSC) in 2012, adopting its version of the Globally Harmonized System (GHS). Among other things, this required a switch from MSDS to SDS for information about chemicals employees might be exposed to in the workplace. Material Safety Data Sheets did not have a set format, making them inconsistent and more difficult to read and compare. Safety Data Sheets all follow the same format. Here is a collection of links providing more information about how to read, store, and use Safety Data Sheets.

From MSDS to SDS — GHS Brings Big Changes to Safety Data Sheets

“Maintaining an MSDS for every hazardous chemical and making them available to employees as part of the HCS’s Right-to-Know provisions – which says employees have the right to know about the chemicals to which they are exposed – is one of five key responsibilities employers have under the HCS.”

How to Read A Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

“The information contained in the SDS is largely the same as the MSDS, except now the SDSs are required to be presented in a consistent user-friendly, 16-section format. This brief provides guidance to help workers who handle hazardous chemicals to become familiar with the format and understand the contents of the SDSs. The SDS includes information such as the properties of each chemical; the physical, health, and environmental health hazards; protective measures; and safety precautions for handling, storing, and transporting the chemical.”

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Green Drain trap seal

Water Flows Down — Bugs, Odors, and Sewer Gas Stay Out

The Green Drain™ is an economical floor drain trap seal that allows water to flow down the drain while preventing pests, odors, or harmful gasses/pathogens from infiltrating the living or work space. It features a specially designed flap that springs back into place — stopping reverse airflow from escaping into the room. The Green Drain™ is available in four sizes to fit most commercial floor drain pipes.

Great for:

  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Food processing plants
  • Hospitals
  • Commercial kitchens
  • Chemical plants
  • Schools
  • Laboratories
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Franchise Anniversaries



  • Central Florida — 21 years
  • Western New York — 21 years
  • Metro St. Louis — 21 years
  • West Texas — 11 years
  • Western Utah — 9 years
  • Central Mississippi — 8 years
  • Altadena — 5 years
  • Eastern Nassau County — 5 years
  • Essex County — 5 years
  • Eastern Nebraska — 5 years
  • Colorado Highlands — 4 years
  • Dallas — 3 years
  • Collin County — 3 years
  • Southwest Michigan — 2 years
  • North Denver — 2 years


  • Northeast Texas — 40 years
  • Valley — 13 years
  • Rockies — 12 years
  • Metro Orlando — 11 years
  • Southern Idaho — 11 years
  • Rhode Island — 9 years
  • Central Missouri — 9 years
  • Reno — 6 years
  • Southern Oregon — 6 years
  • Miami — 5 years
  • Chicago — 3 years
  • Eastern Florida — 1 years


  • Dixie — 11 years
  • Eastern Kansas — 11 years
  • Northeast Florida — 9 years
  • Plains — 9 years
  • Smoky Mountains — 7 years
  • Inland Empire — 4 years
  • Central Tennessee — 2 years
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