Fire Damage Cleaning - Colchester

Fire Damage Cleaning

  • Available 365 days a year
  • Nationwide coverage
  • Quick, reliable team of experts
  • Years of experience in the fire damage cleaning sector

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Skilled Fire Damage Cleaning Services

We’re paving the way for fire damage cleaning services in Colchester.

We’re able to provide a cleaning solution like no other for clients in Colchester.

If your house or workplace has been severely damaged by fire, dealing with the aftermath of finding new housing, communicating with your insurance provider, and attempting to salvage what is left may be an overwhelming task. We at ICE Cleaning understand the challenges you may be experiencing during this time, and we are here to help.

Our highly experienced professionals provide complete fire damage cleaning services, utilising modern technology and industrial-grade treatments to return your home to its previous condition. We also collaborate closely with local authorities as appropriate, and in an emergency, we can be on-site as soon as possible.

To discover the full range of services available for customers in Colchester, either give us a call at 0208 066 0360 or send your details to

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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

We use only the latest, industry-leading tools and equipment to carry out our fire damage cleaning services in Colchester.

When you initially contact us, we will request images and videos of the severity of fire damage on your property. This enables our team to provide you with a free, no-obligation quotation and forward your information to our specialists. We will guide you through the assessment of your property, and one of our professionals will attend on-site to do so.

Our cleaners will begin the restoration process as soon as we have assessed the damage. When we depart the site, we shall carefully dispose of all waste from the property. We efficiently clean the space using industrial cleaning tools and odour-neutralisation technologies. We ensure you have a secure environment to live in again and always stay on-site until you are satisfied with the results.

How to prepare for extreme temperatures

As our climate changes and the temperatures climb, you must keep safe during the summer months and take precautions to lower the probability of a fire occurring on or outside your property. Most wildfires are started due to carelessness and are avoidable. Whilst venturing outside, you must:

  • Extinguish cigarettes effectively with either sand or water
  • Do not throw any smoking materials out of your car
  • Use barbecues in safe places away from grass and other foliage
  • Extinguish barbecues properly and wait until the coals are cold before disposal
  • Do not light open fires in the countryside
  • Dispose of glass bottles and equipment properly
  • Do not leave glass waste in forests or fields
  • Do not light campfires
  • Do not use flammables to light fires

If you spot a wildfire in the countryside, do not try to extinguish the flame yourself. You must stay away and call 999 immediately to report the fire. Wildfires get out of control quickly and can overwhelm you.

How to use a fire pit responsibly

Fire pits can be excellent outdoor fun during cool evenings, especially in the summer. However, when you decide to light your fire pit, you must do this responsibly. Fires can quickly get out of control without proper supervision, and you should always put safety first when you light one. When using a fire pit, you must:

  • Check the wind conditions before lighting to ensure sparks do not burn nearby foliage
  • Ensure your fire pit is placed in an open area on a fire-proof surface
  • Buy proper firewood instead of construction wood
  • Keep a fire extinguisher nearby
  • Remain a safe distance from the flames
  • Ensure the fire is always supervised
  • Do not use a fire pit in an enclosed space or under a roof
  • Do not use a fire pit if conditions are already dry and hot
  • Use a fire pit screen to protect yourself from sparks
  • Make sure the wood and coals are cool or contained before leaving it

We cover all areas in the City of Colchester in Essex, including:

  • Abberton
  • Aldham
  • Barrow Hill
  • Birch
  • Boxted
  • Chappel
  • Copford
  • Dedham
  • East Donyland
  • East Mersea
  • Eight Ash Green
  • Fingringhoe
  • Fordham
  • Fordstreet
  • Great Tey
  • Langenhoe
  • Langham
  • Layer Breton
  • Marks Tey
  • Myland
  • Old Heath
  • Peldon
  • Salcott
  • Stanway
  • Tiptree
  • West Mersea
  • Wivenhoe
  • West Bergholt

How to have a safe bonfire night

A bonfire night can be fun when safety is prioritised throughout. Sparklers, fireworks, and bonfires can be used safely to ensure no fires start, but careless actions can lead to disaster.

Ideally, you should attend bonfire nights set up by your local community and avoid doing this in your garden. However, if you choose to have a bonfire in your garden, you should:

  • Discuss it first with your neighbours
  • Keep the bonfire away from foliage, sheds, and fences
  • Ensure the airway above the bonfire is unobstructed by wires
  • Keep five metres away from the fire and place barriers
  • Do not use flammable liquids or gasses to light the fire
  • Keep a fire extinguisher or water bucket close

Sparklers and fireworks, whilst they are often safe to use, must be used safely and supervised by an adult. The Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has provided safety advice regarding bonfire nights.

Find out more about our cleaning services

Get in touch today to find out more about our cleaning services. Either call us at 0208 066 0360 to speak with a member of our professional support team or send your enquiry to

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