Flood & Water Damage Restoration

Chair restoration project provides policy holder opportunity to save cherished suite

It’s not just the cost of replacing a single item that needs to be considered when reflecting on whether an article should be restored or replaced. The item is often part of a set of furniture whereby a single part of it cannot be replaced, consequently the replacement cost could incur the cost of a whole new suite. This was the case ...

February 15, 2022|Case Histories, Flood & Water Damage Restoration|

Looking for a leek, end up with a marrow!

Customer Dilemma When DisasterCare South East, based in Brighton were instructed by their local NFU Mutual office in Pulborough to investigate and report on a water leak at one of their bespoke (high value home insurance) customer’s properties, little did anyone realise that the end result would be a couple of prize marrows as a thank you for the excellent service provided! ...

Going the Extra Mile in Pursuit of a Stolen Strimmer

Following a basement flood at a property in London, DisasterCare South East were removing all the contents up to street level in order to transport to their unit for further assessment and restoration works, when an opportunist thief on a bicycle took advantage of the situation and made off with an electric strimmer. Eagle eyed technician Lewis Lewery noticed the theft and ...

August 13, 2021|Case Histories, Flood & Water Damage Restoration|
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