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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.
Flooding can be one of the worst things to happen to someone, but not when you hire the water damage restoration experts. We’ll employ everything at our disposal to ensure that your property is returned to normal. We’re known for our efficiency and effectiveness and we’ll put these attributes to good use for you. Any remaining water on your property will be extracted, using dehumidifiers to remove moisture, and we’ll even offer to assist you with your water damage insurance. Find out more about us and our excellent services when you get in touch with us today.
Wondering why you should use our flood damage repair in Greenwich? Take a peek below to see a breakdown of all that we offer:
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Our water damage restoration is comprehensive – we perform complete structural drying and mould removal. For your convenience we’ve got a list of all the services we can provide you with, below:
It’s never been easier to get rising damp solutions – call our Greenwich base of operations today to book your slot! Here’s where we travel:
Give us a call on 020 3404 5116 now to organise your dehumidifier hire and more today! Our friendly customer advisers are trained to help you with any queries, give you no-obligation quotes and make your bookings for you. If you prefer to get your quotes and place your order online, just enter your details into our booking form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Remember our website also has a chat facility if you’d like to talk to an adviser this way. However you choose to contact us we’re open 24/7!
The nearest tube station serving SE Greenwich is Cutty Sark.
Here is some local information relating to SE Greenwich:
The Lewisham rail crash (1857) occurred just east of Lewisham railway station on 28 June 1857 and killed 11 people. The 14-carriage 21:15 from Strood, which was running 15 minutes late, pulled up 200 yards short of Lewisham station at a red signal. The guard took a red lamp to the rear of the train to warn the 21:30 train following. When he heard the approaching train he ran towards it blowing his whistle and waving the lamp...