After a sprinkler system caused significant water damage at an Academy in Bulwell it was imperative action was taken quickly to ensure minimum disruption for the school, staff and students.
Due to extensive water damage to a row of properties in a busy Market Town, Xe-ric Systems were contacted to offer a solution. As the properties were Grade 1 Listed the buildings had to be assessed very carefully before any treatment was un-dertaken. After consultations with the proprietor and contractors a safe system of work was put in place to commence the drying process.
Due to the extreme weather conditions and high volume of rainfall during December 2012, staff at the Lincoln City Football Club returned to work to find a large section of the Cooperative Stand under a deluge of water. We dried the club and helped them get their game back on!
Heavy rainfall threatened to delay the construction of a new Sainsbury’s build. We dried the building and it completed ahead of schedule!
In the winter of 2011, a family of 6 returned home to find their property under a deluge of water. The water saturated the floors and walls causing significant damage to the whole property. We dried the property and helped to move the family back within weeks.
The Meadows was a 6 bedroom property comprising of 15 rooms in total. The homeowner returned from a family holiday to find devastation as a result of water damage. We were able to dry the house in a week rather than 16 weeks conventional drying. The property was due to be put up on the market so the quick turn round was invaluable to the home owner.
In 2011, Xeric completed the largest pest elimination heat treatment in Europe. Using over 50 items of heating equipment, over 6.5 million BTUs were generated to heat treat a factory in Ireland. The factory had an infestation of Australian Spider Beetle and due to the demands of production urgent treatment was required which would incur minimum impact on business.
A factory in the south of England reported an infestation of moths in their end-of-line machinery. The factory was going through its busiest time of year and could ill afford such a loss of production. Time was an obvious factor so it was imperative the client had a quick and effective solution to their problem.
After a house suffered significant secondary damage due to flooding Xeric needed to ensure the building was clean and safe for people to enter the property. Because of the length of time the property had been left without any remedial and drying works taking place quite severe secondary damage had taken hold with mould growth throughout the property.