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The Thames Flood Restoration service is divided into two sections: Water Damage Restoration and Building Refurbishment. Our overall aim is to ensure our customers complete satisfaction with the end results.
Have you just arrived home to find your house destroyed by a broken pipe? Are you looking to prevent flooding by properly maintaining your gutters? For full water damage restoration and much more besides, talk to Thames Flood Restoration today - we've got the expert team and the top of the range technology you'll need to put your life back in order. We take care of you through the entire process, from initial diagnosis and fast action on preventing the spread of the damage, to thorough drying, cleansing and final restoration work. We're the ones to call on when you've got flooding problems!
The flood damage repair team have achieved great success in all kinds of properties in Ealing, of both commercial and domestic varieties. We're proud to provide our customers with all of the following advantages when they use our services:
We can assist you through the entire water damage restoration process from emergency start to comprehensive finish. We offer everything from initial water extraction to mould removal, including:
If you're based in Ealing, rest assured, we'll cover you. If you've any doubt about whether you're in the zone that we offer our rising damp solutions in, simply consult the list below or give us a quick call today to find out more!
Giving us a call on 020 3404 5116 is the fast and easy way to make sure you've got the dehumidifier hire and water damage restoration that you need in Ealing sorted and ready to go. We offer no-obligation quotes whenever you'd like one, and there's no obligation so feel free to get started on making the arrangements for your booking at any time. We stay open 24 hours a day, every day of the week, and you can also reach us via our booking form and chat facility. So give us a call now - we're ready to assist.
The nearest tube station serving W13 Ealing is Northfields.
Here is some local information relating to W13 Ealing:
On 3 August 2001 the Real IRA detonated a car bomb containing 45kg of explosives in Ealing Broadway, West London, England, injuring seven people. Debris caused by the bomb spread more than 200m (218 yards). Apart from the damage caused directly by the explosion, further extensive damage to property in the adjacent Ealing Broadway shopping centre was caused by flooding arising from the water main under the car bomb being ruptured...