Whether you're a business, property professional or homeowner we can help. We understand how important it is to get your building back to a normal, pre-loss condition as soon as possible.
Dryfix are Yorkshires leading flood recovery and water damage specialists. We are a 4 x Industry Award winning company with experienced, trusted and qualified surveyors.
We employ our own workforce of skilled and experienced repair specialists and are full members of the IICRC (The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning & Restoration Certification), Health and Safety Approved and Industry Accredited.
Dryfix will handle your insurance claim and project for you. We provide a damage assessment survey to determine the severity and extent of the incident, which includes a full written report undertaken by our experienced and industry qualified surveyors.
Our reports are bespoke and contain a comprehensive assessment of the problems identified during our survey including diagnosis, damage appraisal, recommendations, repair specifications and costs for repairs, if necessary.
Edited pictures along with category damage ratings are also included to assist your understanding about the urgency of any repairs needed.
Our reports are available in both printed media and/or secure electronic portable documents (PDF) for email.
Our specialist drying systems will return your affected property to a pre-loss condition quickly and efficiently, often with minimal impact to the household. Once dry, we can proceed with any repairs and reinstate with our workforce of qualified experienced tradesmen. Upon completion of our work we will also provide a drying certificate and guarantee.
Dryfix Preservation Ltd are a certified firm with the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).
The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning & Restoration Certification (IICRC) is the world's largest certification body for the flooring inspection, floor covering and specialised fabric cleaning and disaster restoration industry.
The IICRC is a non-profit standard-setting organization dedicated to raising industry standards through technical proficiency. By administering a strict process of certification, the IICRC provides a means by which consumers can receive the highest quality of service from trained, knowledgeable, professional technicians.
Even after a flood further damage and risk to health can remain due secondary damage. Flood water can carry raw sewage and dangerous bacteria which can be left behind in the aftermath. The germination of mildew and moulds may occur after the event causing additional damage as saturated building materials begin to release moisture into the atmosphere. During and after a flood it's paramount your personal safety is considered and your property should only be re-entered when safe to do so. Where possible you should avoid coming into contact with flood water or items affected by the flood without adequate vaccinations to protect against waterborne viruses and bacteria.
For further information on how to prepare for a flood as well as what action to take during and after a flood you can download the Environment Agencies guidance notes form our website - see below:
You can also find out if your property is at risk of flooding from the Environment Agency who regularly publish a three day flood risk forecast throughout the county; visit their website at www.environment-agency.gov.uk/flood or contact Floodline Warnings Direct by calling 0845 988 1188.
If you suspect a problem and need advice, please don't hesitate to contact us.