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​ In what situations is the OdorHog filter not recommended?

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The OdorHog will NOT solve your odor problem and is NOT recommended if:

  • the odor is originating from inside the house (if you smell an odor indoors)
  • the odor is originating from any leaks in the septic tank or plumbing vent system
  • you have a Mobile Home or Modular Home
  • you have an RV, Tiny Home or Food Truck
  • a Historic Home or old home with a noticeably slow vent system
  • a Home with a bathroom remodel or smell coming from bathroom, kitchen or laundry room

OdorHogs are designed for homes that have a standard vent system that has enough positive pressure to push through the densely packed, carbon filter when you run water and or/flush toilets. Because your vent system is sealed and pressurized, putting water into your vent system displaces the air and forces it up through the vent pipe on the roof. If your vent system is not standard or has any of the issues mentioned above, it can back up odors into the home.

Freeze preventer - for cold climates

OdorHog Vent Pipe Filters now contain an ingredient that deters freezing in the harshest of climates. The additive is similar to salting your walk or driveway after a freeze or snow. It coats the carbon and keeps it from sticking together. This freeze preventer is now included in ALL OdorHog Vent Pipe Filters sold.

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A Testimonial from The Poltrock Team REMax in Murphy, NC

Odor Hog Stops Septic Gas Smell From Around My Home Posted by I Love Murphy on May 5, 2018 My wife, Jessica, and I recently completed building a new home. It’s not the first we’ve built, but the first for us personally. Septic systems reign supreme in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Truth be told, [...]

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Chalk me up as a extremely pleased customer

Hello.. I wanted to let you know how thankful our family is that your product worked as advertised. Moving into a pre-existing home, I was immediately convinced that the unbearable sewage smells were going to be a new way of life. After calling plumbers who simply shook their heads, I started researching the [...]

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I'm not sure what size to order...

To ensure a proper fit, measure your vent pipe's outside diameter (O.D.) and use the following table. Vent Pipe Manufacturers size their pipe by the inside diameter (I.D.). Because OdorHogs fit over the outside of your vent pipe, we care what the outside diameter is. The O.D. you measure will be slightly larger than the [...]

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What's the difference between the standard and commercial grade carbon?

The difference between the standard and commercial carbon is the base material the carbon is made from. Standard carbon is made from a wood base and our commercial grade carbon is made from a coconut shell based carbon that has a higher sewer gas absorption capacity and is made for longer life. It is perfect [...]

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What sets OdorHog apart

WHAT SETS ODORHOG APART is the replaceable mesh bag inside the body, which contains high quality, pelletized carbon that is activated for the Hydrogen Sulfide molecule (that stinky odor). Changing your carbon out has never been easier and can be done while the OdorHog remains on the vent pipe! Just remove the cap, pull the old [...]

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Will an OdorHog work on my indoor odor?

An OdorHog will not work on inside plumbing odors. For sewer odors that are originating from the inside of the home, we recommend calling a Licensed Plumber.An OdorHog is strictly for filtering odors that originate from the vent pipes, whether it's on the roof or at the ground level, venting the septic tank. OdorHog solves [...]

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Another Happy OdorHog Customer

Hello and Thank You from the mountains of Tennessee! I have to admit I was quite skeptical, our home is in the forest on the side of a Tennessee mountain, downdraft is what we have year round but especially in the winter. Always after washing dishes, clothes, or a shower there was the traditional lighting [...]

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