Odour Control

Indoor Carpets:

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Dr. Phillip Tierno, director of Clinical Microbiology and Immunology at NYU, states that your carpet may contain 200,000 bacteria per square inch–which would make it 4,000 times dirtier than your toilet seat

Dr. Tierno also warns, “…hundreds of thousands of bacterial species live in carpets, including E. coli, salmonella, staphylococcus and more.” 

Carpet absorbs and holds moisture, making it a prime spot for biological pollutants, like mold, to grow.

Mold, mildew, bacteria, fungi, yeasts. Visible and invisible, beneficial and deadly – are always present. If you smell a musty odour, they are present.  The AEGIS Microbe Shield™ Program provides safe, effective solutions to microbial contamination in the indoor environment. AEGIS can solve existing problems (even after flooding and other catastrophic events) and can effectively prevent problems from happening in the future.

The key is the unique AEGIS™ Antimicrobial technology. In contrast to the conventional weapons you use in the unending battle with microbial contamination (sanitizers, disinfectants, bleach and biocides), the AEGIS™ Microbe Shield is odourless, effective, durable and professionally applied. Even more important, it has nearly 30 years of safe use on a broad array of products and in virtually every type of building.

Application of the AEGIS Microbe Shield can:

  • Dramatically reduce mould, mildew and bacteria levels on treated surfaces and in the indoor environment and keep low levels for at least 3 years.
  • Significantly reduce the need to replace water damaged carpeting, ceiling tiles, furnishings, books and building materials.
  • Control growth of microbial contamination in areas which have been exposed to flooding or high moisture conditions.
  • Control the odours, damage and deterioration typically caused by microbial growth.
  • Lessen the risk of airborne microbial contamination spreading throughout a building and triggering serious human health responses.