Fire Damage Cleaning - Basildon

Fire Damage Cleaning

  • Available day and night
  • Nationwide reach
  • Quick, reliable team of experts
  • Years of fire damage cleaning experience

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Specialist Fire Damage Cleaning Services

We can transform the physical appearance and level of hygiene of your site in Basildon.

We’re fully equipped to handle all your fire damage cleaning needs in Basildon.

A devastating fire in your home or office can leave you in a stressful position of finding new accommodation, talking to your insurance provider, and trying to salvage what you can. You will not have to go through these issues alone, and our technicians at ICE Cleaning will step in to help.

We provide thorough fire damage cleaning services, where we will restore your property using state-of-the-art technology and industrial-grade solutions. We work closely with local authorities where necessary and can be on-site at your earliest convenience in an emergency.

To discover our full range of cleaning solutions, give our friendly support team a call at 0208 066 0360 or email us at

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Why choose us

Why choose us?

  • Cater to a wide variety of cleaning situations
  • Nationwide coverage, available 24/7
  • Cater to commercial and domestic clients
  • Free survey provided prior to quotation 
  • Emergency response team
  • Offer a bespoke service designed to suit all your needs 
  • All technicians hold professional health and safety qualifications, including BICSc, IOSH, Dewpoint Professional & Safe Contractor 

We’re fully accredited

We place best practise, professional expertise and health and safety at the core of our business. We’re fully compliant with all legal obligations. You can view a list of our accreditations below, or visit our Health & Safety page for more information.

Dewpoint® Professional Corporate Membership

Our experts have years of experience in the fire damage cleaning field.

When you first speak to our team, we will ask you to provide photos and videos of the extent of fire damage on your property. This helps our representatives to provide you with a free, no-obligation quote and pass the information to our technicians.

We will walk you through the process we will conduct on your property, and one of our technicians will arrive on-site to assess the building.

Once we have assessed the damage, our cleaners will begin the restoration process immediately. We remove all debris from the property, safely disposing of it off-site when we leave the area.

We effectively decontaminate the area with a combination of industrial cleaning machines and odour neutralisation technology. We ensure you have a safe place to live again and remain on-site until you are happy with the results.

What types of fires are there?

According to the Fire Safety Advice Centre, six types of fires involve the burning of various elements, either solids, liquids, or gasses. Each fire will require a specific extinguishing method depending on what class it falls under, which are as follows:

Class A Fires

Caused by burning organics like paper and wood.

Class B Fires

Fires caused by flammable liquids like petrol, diesel, and white spirit.

Class C Fires

Ignited by flammable gasses including propane, hydrogen, and methane.

Class D Fires

Involving burning metallic elements like aluminium swarf.

Class F Fires

Fires triggered by fats or oils used in kitchens or kitchen appliances like fryers.

Electrical Fires

Triggered by faulty electrical equipment.

What types of fire extinguishers are there?

Fire extinguishers can be identified by the colour coding provided by British Standards. The new standard for manufacturing fire extinguishers follows the BS EN 3 Colour Code. This means that all fire extinguishers must be red with a specific colour on the label specifying the extinguishing method inside.

Each fire class requires a specific extinguishing method, as using the wrong one could exacerbate the fire or injure the user holding it. The following types of fire extinguishers are used with these fire classes:

Water (Simple red design)

Suitable for Class A fires caused by burning organics such as wood and paper.

Water Mist (White and red design)

Most suited to Class A, but can be used for B in flammable liquids and C for flammable gasses. Can also be used on small F fires for fats or kitchen oils.

Foam (Red with a cream label)

Best for Class A and B fires but can be used for electrical fires if it has been dielectrically tested.

Dry Power (Red with a blue label)

Suitable in Class A, B, C, and electrical fires.

Carbon Dioxide (Red with a black label)

Only to be used on Class B and electrical fires.

Wet Chemical (Red with a yellow label)

Most suited to Class A and F fires, but safe to use for some Class B fires.

Specialist Powder (Red with blue panel)

Only suited to Class D fires, involving metallic elements like aluminium swarf.

We cover all areas in the Basildon district of Essex, including:

  • Billericay
  • Crays Hill
  • Dunton Wayletts
  • Great Burstead
  • Laindon
  • Langdon Hills
  • Lake Meadows
  • Little Burstead
  • North Benfleet
  • Pitsea
  • Ramsden Bellhouse
  • Ramsden Crays
  • Shotgate
  • Steeple View
  • Vange
  • Wickford

What is the most common cause of fires?

According to the UK Home Office regarding fire and rescue statistics, in the year ending March 2022, 45% of fires were caused by cooking devices such as ovens and microwaves. This was followed by the misuse of equipment or appliances, which made up 31% of fires in the home.

Although these statistics fluctuate across the year due to seasonal or weather events, cooking appliances have remained the top cause of fires in the UK. This is often due to those who leave their food on the stove or misuse cooking oils and fat.

Give our support team a call

You can either give us a call at 0208 066 0360 or email us at to find out more about the full range of industrial cleaning services available for customers in Basildon.

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