Fire and Water Damage Cleanup Used after firefighting, building extinguishers or suppression systems

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Fire and Water Damage Cleanup

  • Used after firefighting, building extinguishers or suppression systems
This is a service for:
  • Business customers

  • Domestic customers

A fire often results in more than smoke and soot damage. Whether it’s from firefighting efforts, a sprinkler system, or even a false alarm, water damage is often inevitable following a fire incident.

While it’s imperative to start fire remediation quickly to prevent secondary damage, it’s also important to not delay in addressing water damage too.

If your building is saturated from firefighting attempts, you need to ensure that water is extracted and the drying process is started as soon as possible. If the building is left damp, further issues can arise; some may not become apparent until months – even years – later.

Water damage from a fire shouldn’t be ignored. Rot and mould are the biggest risks, both of which can cause significant structural damage if left untreated – not to mention the health risks associated with them.

With a wide range of industry leading equipment, we can assist from start to finish. Not only can we be there within 2 hours of receiving your call, but we’ll minimise disruption by managing and completing the drying of the building, through to the fire damage cleaning and restoration.

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we offer a rapid response to avoid unnecessary delays and costs.

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    Fire and Water Damage Cleanup

    A fire often results in more than smoke and soot damage. Whether it’s from firefighting efforts, a sprinkler system, or even a false alarm, water damage is often inevitable following a fire incident.

    While it’s imperative to start fire remediation quickly to prevent secondary damage, it’s also important to not delay in addressing water damage too.

    If your building is saturated from firefighting attempts, you need to ensure that water is extracted and the drying process is started as soon as possible. If the building is left damp, further issues can arise; some may not become apparent until months – even years – later.

    Water damage from a fire shouldn’t be ignored. Rot and mould are the biggest risks, both of which can cause significant structural damage if left untreated – not to mention the health risks associated with them.

    With a wide range of industry leading equipment, we can assist from start to finish. Not only can we be there within 2 hours of receiving your call, but we’ll minimise disruption by managing and completing the drying of the building, through to the fire damage cleaning and restoration.

    Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we offer a rapid response to avoid unnecessary delays and costs.