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When a building catches fire it can leave a trail of devastation in its path. A fire in a building can be catastrophic and leave disastrous consequences and restoration can be very complex. Fire can very quickly take over a building destroying contents and structure. Here at Tempest Restoration, we understand the force of nature that is fire and have years of experience in restoring buildings and homes following such an event.
Our team of experts are all fire and flood qualified to the highest standards. They also come with a wealth of expertise when it comes to dealing with the aftermath and can help deal with the process of making a claim through your insurance company. A fire to a property can be an extremely stressful time but here at Tempest we look after you and your property ensuring it is restored to its pre incident condition as quickly as possible.
Smoke and fire play a big part in the restoration process but a building can also suffer water damage due to the extinguishing of a fire. As a team of experts, we not only restore the damage you would naturally think of caused by a fire, but also the consequential damage caused. We even look after structural work for you.
Tempest Restoration provide a complete accidental damage restoration service. We can help with a vast range of accidental incidents from a burn on the carpet, a wine spill to a sink overflow.
Tempest Restoration provide a complete fire restoration service. We liaise direct with your insurance company so you can be assured that your claim will be dealt with promptly and professionally.
Following fire or water damage our Tempest Restoration can provide furniture repair and restoration. All affected items are sympathetically restored at our specialist depots.
Using state of the art sanding and restoration equipment and quality products Tempest Restoration hard floor renovation and restoration specialists can restore various types of hard floors to their former glory.
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