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The Beaten Docket, Great Victoria Street, Belfast

The Beaten Docket is one of Belfast's famous pubs and has experienced bomb and fire damage due to the troubles over the years. Its most recent damage wasn't down to terrorists, rather it was the work of the deep fat fryer. The kitchen is located on the first floor and the fire destroyed all of the kitchen appliances, steelwork and usual kitchen fittings. Smoke damage affected the large bar, lounge and night-club area, as well as the toilets and adjoining hallways. We were appointed by Cunningham Lindsey to carry out restoration and cleaning works. This project was a great example of successfully working with lots of stakeholders: the bar manager and staff, the bar owner company, the loss adjuster, a loss assessor, the kitchen fitters, the decorators and AV technicians. Good reporting and communication to the main parties was vital for the swift and successful restoration and re-instatement.


Mr Gaston, South Belfast


After a long day's work our on-duty senior technician received a call on our free phone number late in the evening from a property owner who had returned from holidays to find terrible damage from a burst pipe on the 2nd floor of his Victorian period home. The property was sold and due to complete in just over two weeks time! We attended the site at 9pm that evening with 2 technicians. After a thorough assessment and receiving an authorised mandate from the client the technicians set about carrying out the emergency work of stripping out unrestorable contents and debris. Drying equipment was installed and monitored over the next 2 weeks. Subsequently a loss adjuster attended the property and was very satisfied with our work. We dried the building; dried, cleaned & re-fitted carpets, dried and cleaned upholstered suites and delivered them to the client's storage company all in time for the completion date.

" Thank you again for your excellent services in the most fraught circumstances". Mr Gaston

Austins Department Store, The Diamond, Londonderry. ("as seen on TV!")

Summer rains resulted in widespread flooding in Derry last year with many homes and businesses affected. Among the many properties which we dealt with in the city was the famous Austins Department Store, the oldest department store in Ireland. The basement of the building was flooded with raw sewage leaving a 3-inch deep deposit behind as the waters subsided. We were called in to remove the sewage and excess water and clean & sanitise the whole affected area. We had to carry out this work whilst allowing the store to remain open. It took our team 3 days to successfully remove all the sediment and make the building safe with a further week to dry it out. Throughout this swift and safe project customers where able to shop without any interruption from our works.


University of Ulster

We were contacted by the University in relation to a particularly gruesome suicide and a crew were immediately dispatched to deal with the incident. Body fluid contamination was spread throughout a large area in a number of rooms. The technicians successfully cleaned and sanitised the building. A large amount of contaminated furniture, flooring and other debris required safe removal and disposal. The building was fumigated with an anti-microbial agent and an ozone air purifier appliance was installed. The swift response and competent approach of CleanTec Restoration Services enabled the building to be ready for use within a matter of hours

 

 


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