Fire & Flood

Fire Damage Cleaning & Flood Damage Cleaning

Fire and Flood Cleaning in Glasgow, Aberdeen and throughout Scotland

Mobile Hygiene Services (MHS) provide comprehensive fire and flood cleaning services in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and throughout the UK.

MHS fire and flood damage cleaning specialists understand the effects of different kinds of fires and floods and how they affect different services. We are able to provide the optimum treatment to ensure that all surfaces are cleaned thoroughly and to the highest possible professional standard.

Fire and Smoke Damage

It goes without saying the fire and smoke can cause a huge amount of damage, but it is important that following a fire your premises are restored to their original state as quickly as possible.

Our skilled technicians will survey the site and assess the extent of the damage to the building and its contents including areas including structural cavities. We will then determine the most appropriate approach to restoration based on the intensity and degree of penetration of the fire, smoke and water damage.

Generally a combination of wet and dry cleaning will be required to remove toxic and odorous residues from surfaces, and different kinds of surface will require different cleaning techniques. Attention will also be paid to air-borne contamination that is likely to include fine particles along with other toxic and odorous residues.

If you have been unfortunate to have suffered fire or flood damage, then contact us without delay.

Flood Damage Restoration

Following flood damage at your business premises, our priority is to return the affected property to its pre-incident condition as quickly as possible, minimising secondary damage, efficiently, effectively and with the minimum of disruption for the customer. Water damage or flood damage can have consequences to the structure and integrity of your property, if the water damage and flood damage clean up operation is not handled by experts in damage management.

Over recent years the frequency of flooding seems to have increased. There are numerous reasons for this including increased rainfall, increased urbanisation, and building development over previous flood plains. Whatever the reason for a flood it can cause serious damage to the contents of commercial and private buildings as well as to floors and walls, sometimes threatening the whole building structure.

Following a flood it is important to remove and dry out all affected areas as quickly as possible in order to prevent any further damage and the growth of mould. Floods are often accompanied by contamination by hazardous sewage due to overflowing and burst sewers.

So if you are affected by a flood in your home, an escape of water from plumbing installations, and need urgent or emergency advice on cleaning up after a flood, contact us.