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Fast Response Blackwater Flood Damage Cleaning

  • Industry Leading Response Times
  • Experienced BDMA Trained Staff
  • Nationwide – Onsite Within 2 Hours
  • Experienced Rapid Drying Process

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Blackwater Flood Damage, sorted by CleanSafe

CleanSafe Services provide immediate response should a blackwater flood occur in a building. We are a member of the British Damage Management Association (BDMA), and have many experts across the country to help you fast!

We will quickly evaluate the flood damage and apply a set of procedures to extract the floodwater, dispose of any debris and dry the affected area to ensure all contamination is eliminated. We utilise Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and will keep you updated at every stage of the process.

After we have dealt with the flood, we will conduct a final inspection and testing on the previously contaminated area and declare it safe for the return of the homeowners.

Take The Stress Out Of The Situation!

Call today to speak with an experienced professional. We can be on-site in less than 2 hours once we have all of your details.

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What is Blackwater?

Blackwater is highly unsanitary wastewater contaminated by raw sewage, pesticides, viruses and/or other harmful chemicals and agents such as bacteria and fungi. If left untreated, it poses a very high risk to human health.

CleanSafe services can assist immediately if blackwater damage occurs.

What You Need to Know About Blackwater Flood Damage:

  • It falls under Category 3 Water Damage
  • It poses a high health risk to humans and animals
  • It is caused by river-waters spilling through banks, sewer back-ups or leaks, or excessive rainwater forcing wastewater into buildings
  • If a blackwater flood damage occurs, it must be dealt with immediately due to fast contamination spreading

“All in all, CleanSafe Services are a company that I would happily recommend to others and definitely use again”

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