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Technical Services

Technical Services

Our services extend well beyond dealing with fires and floods to a host of technical and specialist cleaning services.





Our services include:

Asbestos Testing and analysis gives peace of mind that it is safe to work on damaged properties.

Bacterial and Swab Analysis determines the presence of health threatening contamination post incident, helps determine the correct chemicals for sanitation and certifies cleanliness post restoration.

Containing and safely removing Fluid and Chemical Spillages (for example Mercury)

Environmentally friendly treatment of surfaces and soil when contaminated by oil and fuel leaks and spillages (Bio-Remediation)

Chloride Analysis is also provided to determine the level of acidic soot contamination post fire and the profile of contamination.

Deep and Clinical Cleaning: Specialised cleaning chemicals combined with professional and smart application methods ensure structures and surfaces in sensitive environments meet the required cleanliness standards. In the hospital environment we specialise in the elimination of CDIF and MRSA super bugs by deep cleaning wards and applying our Infection Control Solution which has undergone successful trials by NHS Smart Solutions, an NHS programme that finds innovative and cost effective ways to help hospitals boost their infection control procedures.

Specialised cleaning of areas difficult to access, at height or in confined spaces and which is often too technical for a normal cleaning contractor is also provided.

 
 

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