Fire Smoke Odour Removal Dover

Fire Smoke Odour Removal

  • Fully qualified technicians
  • Free site survey
  • Broad range of cleaning solutions
  • Cater to commercial and domestic clients

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Professional Fire Smoke Odour Removal Services

If you require a reliable cleaning company in Dover, give us a call today.

We’re a local, reliable cleaning company based in the Southeast of England.

Whether you have recently experienced a fire in your home or your new property smells like smoke, you must have it cleaned immediately. Smoke odours often indicate the presence of toxins and chemicals, as well as carbon monoxide, which could lead to severe consequences for your health. The odour lingers in your home and sticks to your furniture, requiring a deep cleaning from a professional cleaning company.

Here at ICE Cleaning, we offer fast and effective fire smoke odour removal services. Our expert technicians can also determine the source of the smell, thoroughly eradicating it from your property. We are available nationwide and around the clock for emergency or contract cleaning.

Get in touch today at either 0208 066 0360 or to discover the full range of cleaning services available for customers in Dover.

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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 guarantee an excellent level of service and outstanding results every time.

Our professionals first conduct a risk assessment on-site, determining the source of the odour and what areas may be the most dangerous to work in. The conclusion of this assessment will help us proceed with the most appropriate procedure — a 6-stage process. Throughout the neutralisation, we use modern equipment and industrial-grade solutions to effectively remove the odour and make your home safe to occupy again.

We can treat various surfaces integral to your home’s structure, as well as furniture and fabrics affected by the smoke. Our cleaners flush out all the toxins and chemicals in the air and help dispose of any contaminated objects we deem unsalvageable. If you are not satisfied with the job, we remain on-site until you are happy for us to leave.

How does smoke damage affect your health?

An open fire produces thick, black smoke and creates soot due to the carbon produced from incomplete burning. A fire will burn through fabric and furniture, leading to soot and carbon settling across the home. Even after a fire goes out, these invisible particles continue to linger for an extended period.

The soot particles are microscopic and minute, so they can easily irritate the skin, eyes, and lungs. If you continue to live in a smoke-damaged home, your immune system may become compromised, and cause long-term health issues. You will be at risk of developing respiratory illnesses and potentially show symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning.

How do soot and ash affect your home?

After a fire, you will start to see the visible consequences of smoke damage. Ash and soot settle across various surfaces, which not only coats them in a dark residue but can permanently discolour them. Because of the chemicals in the residue, they may react with hard surfaces and cause the discolouration of wood, vinyl, and even metal.

Materials that are integral to the structure of your home, like metal, begin to rust and corrode due to the chemicals. This will make your home less stable and safe to live in, and it is imperative that you contact a smoke damage restoration company to prevent permanent damage.

We cover all areas in the Dover District in Kent, including:

  • Barfrestone
  • Barnsole
  • Betteshanger
  • Buckland
  • Capel-le-Ferne
  • Chillenden
  • Deal
  • Drellingore
  • Farthingloe
  • Hacklinge
  • Kearsney
  • Kingsdown
  • Martin Mill
  • Sandwich
  • Waldershare
  • Walmer

What household items are affected by smoke damage?


Various fabrics like carpets, curtains, upholstery, and clothing are most vulnerable to smoke damage. Not only will it sustain significant fire damage, but its porous nature means the fine soot particles settle deep into the material. It can begin to stain the fabric over time, making it appear more yellow and holding the smoke odour for a long time.


Plug sockets and electrical devices across your home are at risk of smoke damage. Smoke causes metals to rust and corrode, and appliances like your fridge or freezer cannot protect the food inside from smoke contamination. Any food or medicines affected by heat or smoke must be disposed of immediately.


Bathroom fixtures, tiles and tableware made from porcelain discolour after soot and smoke settle across the surface. Surface residue can be wiped away, but you must do this with protective gear like a mask and gloves. Porcelain tableware soaked in warm, soapy water will protect them from further smoke damage.


Containers or objects made from plastic are often porous, meaning that plastics absorb the chemicals and toxins from smoke damage. They will discolour because of the smoke damage, and when exposed to heat, they may become unsalvageable. Food stored in plastic containers will need to be disposed of because of this.

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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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