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significantly Reduce both the time & cost of drying a building

We use heat, airflow and pressurisation to ensure an average drying time of just 5 days.

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Quickly & organically eliminate all forms of insect infestation

Heat reaches all areas, and kills all life cycle stages of various types of infestations.

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Keep construction projects on schedule by drying wet screeds

We can quickly reduce moisture content to specified levels for flooring & coatings to be laid.

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Provide temporary heat solutions via a fleet of mobile systems

We can provide standalone emergency boilers and complete heating systems

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About us


We're experts in using heat to solve a wide variety of property-based problems.

With one of the largest fleets of high-capacity hydronic systems in Europe, we can create controlled temperature environments in any size of structure, and we've assisted customers such as City of York Council and a wide range of the UK's best known insurers and loss adjusters.

Working nationwide, our staff are full-time experts in structural drying and our average drying time for major floods and escapes of water is just 5 days during 2015-2018.

In addition, we help clients such as Fuller's Brewery, by using the same managed temperature environments to eliminate stored product infestations via our 100% organic, single-visit solution.


case studies

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major pipe leak

Central London

A saturated four storey mews house, dried in 7 days with 2 combined systems.

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one stop stores

Cumbria & Yorkshire

We ensured two local stores were quickly dried in just 5 and 6 days respectively .

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woodworm treatment

Ipswich Museum

"We can't recommend your heat treatment highly enough". - NBC Environment

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Construction drying

Blackfriar's bridge

We kept painting on schedule via our controlled temperature environment.

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