Flood Damage Cleaning - Royal Tunbridge Wells

Flood Damage Cleaning
Royal Tunbridge Wells

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  • Available nationwide
  • Years of professional experience
  • Broad range of cleaning solutions

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Consultant Flood Damage Cleaning Services

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

Our flood damage cleaning experts are available for clients across the nation, including Royal Tunbridge Wells.

As our climate changes, flooding brought on by extreme weather and other natural disasters will occur more regularly. If you live in a high-risk area, you might encounter the severe effects of floods. If this happens, you need to take immediate steps to protect your property and get in touch with a professional cleaning service.

Our experts at ICE Cleaning offer timely and efficient flood damage cleaning services. After assessing the extent of the water damage to your property, we expertly remove any excess water. We use industrial-grade filtration equipment to dry your house after decontamination.

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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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.

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We’re paving the way for flood damage cleaning services in Royal Tunbridge Wells.

We need as much information as possible before we can provide you with a free, no-obligation quote so that we fully understand the services you need. Sending us videos and photos with your query helps us create a bespoke plan to your needs and give our technicians crucial details regarding your property.

We provide a free site assessment to look for hazards within your property and a no-obligation quote. Before beginning the cleaning, our team will evaluate the environment. We utilise pumps, drying equipment, and HEPA cleaners throughout the process to dry and sanitise your home. Until you are satisfied with the outcome of our work, we will remain on-site.

What types of floods are there?

You can experience six different types of flooding, which could affect or damage your home and pose a risk to your health. You will be alerted of the source of the flood when you receive a warning from the Met Office.

Coastal flooding

Flooding can occur when dry or low land near the sea becomes overwhelmed with high tides and excess seawater. Weather or tidal conditions also accelerate the speed of flooding like storms. Coastal flooding is dangerous as seawater naturally erodes impermeable surfaces and causes structural damage.

River flooding

When an area around the flood experiences large amounts of rainfall, the river will eventually rise and cause the soil to become saturated. This can occur at any point in the river, including the source or further down the channel. This type of flooding is the most common in the UK.

Surface water flooding

This type of flooding can occur anywhere across the UK, even in low or medium-risk areas. Surface water flooding is more likely to happen if there are saturated soils or blocked drains. Impermeable surfaces in urban areas are also more likely to experience surface water flooding.

Reservoir flooding

These floods are rare due to the water body's artificial nature, but if there is a failure in the structure, water can escape the reservoir and cause flooding. This water is deep with fast currents, so they are dangerous to experience.

Groundwater flooding

Water that is stored underground steadily rises to the surface when it rains. Heavy rainfall or extreme storms can cause this to rise above normal levels, meaning communities at the base of steep slopes or high hills are at an increased risk of groundwater flooding.

Sewer floods

When sewage drains become full or blocked due to heavy rainfall, this type of flood can occur, and result in local contamination. Drinking water is also at risk of being infected with sewage water and could cause severe illness upon ingestion.

What types of floodwaters are there?

The type of water present in a flood can differ depending on the source and how it occurred. Floods caused by blocked drains and sewage will contain blackwater, whereas floods from natural areas such as rivers or reservoirs may be greywater. Knowing the type of flood could identify the water and the extent of cleaning required if it is in your property.


This water is often clear of contaminants or waste, but it can still damage property through general leaks or appliance breakage. Clearwater also encourages mould to grow without the presence of pollutants.

Grey Water

This water includes waste flushed from your home, often from sinks, washing machines, bathtubs, and showers. This will rarely include wastewater from a toilet, but this can vary. Grey water collects in water butts in gardens or allotments.


This wastewater comes from bathrooms and toilets that contain human waste. Water from dishwashers or kitchen sinks can also be considered blackwater due to the contaminants and grease in the pipes. This water type could potentially cause severe illness or disease when encountered.

We cover all areas in the Borough of Tunbridge Wells in Kent, including:

  • Ashurst
  • Collier's Green
  • Cranbrook
  • Groombridge
  • Hartley
  • Hawkenbury
  • Horsmonden
  • Langton Green
  • Pembury
  • Rusthall
  • Sandhurst
  • Sissinghurst

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Get in touch today at either 0208 066 0360 or enquiries@icecleaning.co.uk to discover the full range of cleaning services available for customers in (location).

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