Flood Damage Cleaning - Gravesend

Flood Damage Cleaning

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  • Rapid turnaround times
  • Quick, reliable team of experts
  • Years of experience in the flood damage cleaning sector

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Dedicated Flood Damage Cleaning Services

We’re fully equipped to handle all your flood damage cleaning needs in Edenbridge.

With years of experience in the flood damage cleaning sector, we’re on hand to deal with all your cleaning needs in Edenbridge.

Flooding is occasionally unpredictable, so if you get a warning, you might not have time to secure your house or prepare for the worst. It can be even more surprising if the flood occurred due to a burst pipe, which could swiftly develop and become hazardous. Your house and personal safety are also at risk of exposure to contaminated floodwater.

Our flood damage cleaning services at ICE Cleaning will help you restore your house. Our specialists use the latest technology to thoroughly dry, clean, and sanitise your home. We stay on-site until you are happy with the outcomes and our work meets your standards.

To discover the full range of services available for customers in Edenbridge, either give us a call at 0208 066 0360 or send your details to enquiries@icecleaning.co.uk.

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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.

When you initially chat with our team, we'll ask you for information regarding the damage. This includes providing us with images or videos, allowing us to create a personalised plan for your requirements, and supplying our professionals with the necessary details. A free, no-obligation price and on-site survey will be provided to you, during which your house is evaluated to identify potential hazards.

Our skilled cleaners will attend on-site to do the cleaning, using suitable PPE and modern technology. We thoroughly dry your property and clean any surfaces affected by floodwater with a combination of pumps, drying equipment, and HEPA machines. Before we depart, we always check you are happy with the outcomes.

The types of flooding

There are six different kinds of flooding that may occur in the UK, and being aware of the types that can damage your property will help you be more prepared if you get a warning from local authorities.

Surface water flooding

This happens during periods of heavy rain when storm drains get clogged, which might still occur in low or medium-risk areas. These floods are unpredictable since they emerge anywhere, so you must constantly be on guard during storms or prolonged periods of rain.

Groundwater flooding

You have a higher risk of flooding if you live in a region with high elevations and steep slopes. A community may be in danger of groundwater flooding if it is at the base of a hill or in its dip. This flooding is often a combination of intense rainfall and saturated soil that cannot absorb further water.

River flooding

Most flooding in the UK occurs this way, and communities near rivers are particularly vulnerable. If there are blockages or heavy rain, the river's flow will intensify and increase, resulting in a flood. Strong currents from flooded rivers pose a risk to your safety.

Coastal flooding

Areas in danger of coastal flooding are those where this sort of flood happens because of how near they are to the ocean. Coastal floods are a combination of severe weather and high tides. Seawater naturally erodes the ground, and climate change has exacerbated this, resulting in additional damage to residences and businesses.

Reservoir flooding

A reservoir might overflow if there is an error or damage, albeit highly uncommon. Due to the swiftly moving water and difficulty stopping it, reservoir flooding may be deadly.

Sewer floods

A sewer flood could happen if underground pipes rupture or flood prevention measures don't work. Flooding from sewage is extremely hazardous because it quickly spreads germs and bacteria that can lead to life-threatening illnesses.

What dangers come with flooding?

Anyone who encounters floodwater is exposed to various dangers. No matter how shallow the currents are, there is a possibility you may get swept away if you decide to leave your house during a flood. Flood water's surface is unlikely to reveal anything underneath it, which may include:

  • Pests or wildlife
  • Hazardous or projectile debris from vehicles or structures
  • Chemical waste
  • Waste from people and animals
  • Electrical objects or fallen power lines

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

  • Ash
  • Brasted
  • Chipstead
  • Crockenhill
  • Fawkham
  • Four Elms
  • Hever
  • Horton Kirby
  • New Ash Green
  • Otford
  • Penhurst
  • Sevenoaks
  • Swanley
  • Underriver
  • Westerham

What does it mean to live in a high-risk area?

It is probable that a natural flood from a river, storm, or sea will impact your property if it is in a high-risk location. It may mean you will pay extra for flood coverage under any house insurance policy you are considering.

If you are at risk, you might be eligible for this joint initiative backed by the government and insurance companies to lower the cost of homeowner's flooding insurance. If your property is susceptible to flooding and you can obtain insurance that protects against it, you won't have difficulties getting a mortgage.

Give our support team a call

To find out more about our full range of cleaning services, give us a call at 0208 066 0360 or email us at enquiries@icecleaning.co.uk and a member of our friendly support team will get back to you as soon as possible.

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