- Complete water damage restoration
- Emergency 24 hour call out
- On-site within 2 hours anywhere in the South West Wales region
- Water extraction and removal of standing water
- Latest equipment and technology to carry out the most efficient drying regime
Following water damage from a flood or an escape of water in your home, our priority is to return the affected flooring to its pre-incident condition as quickly as possible. Minimising secondary damage and working efficiently, effectively and with the minimum of disruption for the customer is our top priority.
At Rainbow South West Wales, our emergency water damage drying and repair services covers Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire, Swansea, Neath Port Talbot, Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil.
Modern Solutions for Water Damage Drying
Rainbow South West Wales has years of experience in flood, fire & smoke damage restoration and clean up. Our experience includes removal of sewage effluent and all other kinds of debris or rubbish. We are also highly skilled and qualified to remove any bio-hazards from domestic and commercial properties.
Rainbow South West Wales has a wealth of technical experience and knowledge and is used by many of Wales' major insurance companies on their policyholders water damage claims. Offering a range of drying and cleaning solutions, from dehumidifiers to specialist equipment, we have you covered!
If you are interested in our emergency water damage drying and repair, feel free to get in contact with one of our specialist cleaners today.
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