Flood Damage Cleaning - Snodland

Flood Damage Cleaning

  • Years of professional experience
  • Free survey prior to quote
  • Cater to a wide range of situations
  • Wide range of flood damage cleaning solutions

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Professional Flood Damage Cleaning Services

Our bespoke range of flood damage cleaning services is second to none.

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

With one in every six UK homes at risk of flooding, you are more likely to experience a flood than a burglary. It is unsafe to clean your home or other property after a flood. Cleaning up pollutants in the water can be challenging in high-risk areas.

Flood and water damage cleaning is a speciality of our knowledgeable professionals at ICE Cleaning. We provide reliable cleaning services performed by professionals that adhere to the strictest hygienic standards. Using modern equipment, we completely dry and clean your home to make it safe to occupy again.

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

When you call one of our helpful customer service specialists, we will create a bespoke plan to suit your needs. We will ask for pictures and videos to determine the amount of water damage and provide you with a free, no-obligation quotation. These details let our experts know what to anticipate and how to approach the issue with the right tools and techniques.

When they first arrive, our cleaners perform a free site inspection to look for potential dangers or safety risks. After removing all the excess water from the building, they dry it with HEPA filter technology and thoroughly clean every surface. We remain on the job site until you are happy with the results.

How to act after a flood

If you are trapped or stranded on your property once a flood has passed, you should contact emergency services for rescue. If you touched or ingested any floodwater, you must visit a hospital or emergency clinic for an assessment.

However, if you are returning to the property after evacuation, you must not enter your property unless it is safe to do so. Before returning, you should talk to emergency services to see if it is safe. There may be standing water around your home that has caused power lines to become loose or leak gas.

If you spot any damage around the exterior, like chipped or cracked brickwork, a building inspector must evaluate the property first to assess if it is safe to enter. You can also talk to your insurance provider and follow their advice before proceeding with the following:

  • Protecting yourself with rubber gloves, boots, face masks, goggles, and waterproof over trousers
  • Recording evidence of damage for insurance
  • Discarding contaminated water, food, medicines, and cosmetics
  • Removing wet and dirtied items to dry out
  • Ventilating the home with open doors and windows
  • Use dehumidifiers and air purifiers in ventilated rooms
  • Contact a professional flood damage cleaning company near you

What can happen after water floods your home?

A home with poor ventilation and retains warmth can become a hotbed for bacterial and mould growth after a flood has invaded the premises. There may be an amount of humidity and excess moisture across the home other than the flooded or water-damaged rooms.

If your property is not drained of these elements, mould might grow on the walls, ceilings, floors, and furniture. This could accelerate if the home remains damp and warm, and mould growth will require immediate remediation.

As well as mould, there is the possibility that surfaces have become a breeding ground for infectious viruses such as salmonella and E. coli. These pathogens can multiply quickly without immediate decontamination, making your home unsafe.

We cover all areas in the Tonbridge and Malling districts of Kent, including:

  • Addington
  • Aylesford
  • Branbridges
  • Beltring
  • Blue Bell Hill
  • Borough Green
  • Burham
  • Ditton
  • East Malling
  • East Peckham
  • Eccles
  • Golden Green
  • Hadlow
  • Ightham
  • Larkfield
  • New Hythe
  • Offham
  • St. Mary's Platt
  • Shipbourne
  • Stansted
  • Tonbridge
  • Wateringbury
  • West Malling
  • West Peckham
  • Wouldham

How to protect your property from future flooding

There are several ways to safeguard your property against floods, but the methods you choose will depend on how much money you must invest. A helpful guide written by the Home Owners Association provides further information on the following measures:

Affordable flood protection

  • Purchasing and using sandbags
  • Varnish your wooden skirt boards
  • Put air brick coverings to use
  • Apply non-return valves to pipelines and drains
  • Put up shelves to safeguard your valuables
  • Put your appliances on high surfaces
  • Place valuables in plastic, sealable bags

There are various ways to protect your home from flooding, but these measures can vary depending on the budget you have available to protect your home. The Home Owners Association has created a handy guide that goes into more detail about the following measures:

Low-budget flood protection

  • Buying and using sandbags
  • Varnish your wooden skirt boards
  • Use air brick covers
  • Use non-return valves on drains and pipes
  • Install shelving to protect your valuables
  • Place your appliances on high surfaces
  • Place valuable items in plastic, sealable bags

Costly flood protection

  • Increase the height of your electrical outlets
  • Boilers, fuse boxes, and water supplies should be moved upstairs
  • Create distinct electrical circuits for each floor
  • Flooring replacement using ceramic or concrete
  • Raise the thresholds of your doors
  • Install interior doors with a quick-release mechanism
  • Install waterproof skirting
  • Apply sealant on external walls
  • Purchase waterproof air bricks
  • Construct flood barriers
  • Permanent fittings should be used to secure doors and windows

Get in touch with a member of our friendly support team today

Call us today at 0208 066 0360 to learn more about our full range of cleaning services for customers in Snodland. Alternatively, you can email us at enquiries@icecleaning.co.uk to find out what other water damage cleaning services we offer.

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