Flooding can be devastating whether in the context of a business or a residential property. The collateral damage involved and loss of equipment, valuables and personal items can make the aftermath of a flood count as a deeply unpleasant experience. At Wrennalls, we have over 30 years of experience providing fast and effective flood relief to businesses and homeowners across Lancashire and beyond.
A One-Stop Flood Restoration Solution
We believe that cleaning up and restoring your home or business should be as seamless and simple as possible with everything carried out by one provider. Wrennalls flood restoration service provides you with every service needed through one point of contact. Our network of building, painting and flooring contractor all combine to provide a one-stop solution from one single source.
- Complete flood damage restoration
- Emergency call out
- Buildings & contents restoration
- Water extraction and removal of flood water
- Drying of buildings on-site and off-site drying
- Drying and sanitising of carpets and furnishings
- Controlled waste disposal
- Cleaning up after floods
Following flood damage in the home or business premises, our priority is to return the affected property to its pre-incident condition as quickly as possible, minimising secondary damage, efficiently, effectively and with the minimum of disruption for the customer.
A flood can be caused by a number of different and unexpected events such as an overflowing bath, washing machine leak, burst pipe or in the worst case by an overflowing river. At Wrennalls our first priority is to understand the source of the water damage to the carpets and floor areas, and to categorise each incident appropriately.
Only by fully understanding the exact source and nature of the water damage can a successful carpet / floor restoration process be implemented. This may involve the removal of water and damaged property and floor coverings before specialist sanitising and drying equipment can be utilised. Our principal aim is to minimise the damage and return the property to a habitable condition as soon as is safe and practical to do so.