Fire Restoration
Fire Restoration

Fire Restoration

Trusted by Major UK Insurance Companies

We have over 25 years’ experience in the fire damage repair and fire restoration industry. We’ve been in the business long enough to understand the ins and outs of fire damage repair and fire damage cleaning services.

We are trusted and included in many major UK insurance company policies. We don’t work for the insurance companies, we work with them to ensure that you get the best out of, not only our service but your policy as well.


Fire Damage Restoration Services

We provide a number of fire damage restoration and fire damage clean up services, which are specially designed help ensure that there is minimal secondary damage caused to your belongings. Our fire damage cleaning services

We work around the clock to help ensure that

  • Emergency 24-hour call out
  • Fire restoration – fire damage cleaning services & fire damage repair
  • Buildings & contents restoration
  • Removal of soot and smoke
  • Sealing of painted surfaces
  • Soot fix applications
  • Controlled waste disposal
  • Smoke odour removal
  • Highly responsive service
  • Cleaning of all items affected by smoke – carpets, rugs, furniture, walls, floors and general contents
  • Restoration & PAT testing of electrical items

Over 55 branches across the UK!


Your Safety

Your safety is of the utmost importance, do not enter the building unless you have been told by a qualified professional that it is okay. If you get confirmation that the structural integrity of the building is safe and that it is safe to go inside, ensure that you wear protective clothing, as soot and smoke can be incredibly harmful.

Environmental Safety

Ensure that the gas, water and electricity are all switched off at the mains. DO NOT touch the electrical mains if they are wet. If you are unsure, then get in contact with your utility providers. It is 100% better safe than sorry. Despite this tragic disaster, it is still your responsibility to secure the property, this should be done as much as possible.

Limit Secondary Damage

Even after the fire has been put out, secondary damage can occur from soot and smoke. If you have been given the all clear and are allowed back into the property, try and retrieve as many important items as possible. It may also be an idea at this stage to take a quick not of items that have been damaged.

Commercial Fire Restoration

Commercial Fire Restoration
Domestic Fire Restoration

Domestic Fire Restoration
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