London Flood Restoration

Basement Drying and Structural Drying Services in Shaftesbury Avenue WC2

London Water Damage Restoration offers highly efficacious same-day response moisture removal and basement drying solutions to Shaftesbury Avenue WC2 customers. The kind of basement dampness which requires intensive structural drying can be difficult to diagnose, as standing water or latent moisture is not always visible.

If your property exhibits any of the following signs of basement dampness or latent moisture in the structure of your property, you may require our Shaftesbury Avenue WC2 basement drying services:

  • Paint discoloration, striping or peeling
  • Unpleasant odors, oxidized or rusted metal fixtures
  • Damp patches on walls, floors or ceilings
  • Stains, soiling or residue on walls with no discernable interior source
  • Stains on paneling or wainscoting, water in finished basements
  • Water emanating directly from a wall or covered surface (burst main)
  • Visible water on floors, ceilings, walls or inside cupboards

For further assistance and information about Shaftesbury Avenue WC2 basement and structural drying services from London Water Damage Restoration get in touch with us on 020 3404 5117 or just fill in the Call me back Form, which you may find on the right. One of our local Shaftesbury Avenue WC2 water damage experts is standing by to take your call.


Here is some local information relating to WC2 Shaftesbury Avenue:

The Hospital (club)

The Hospital is a a private members club and creative arts venue, which houses a music studio and art gallery. It is in Endell Street, Covent Garden, London on the site of an 18th Century hospital. (...)

Covent Garden tube station

station in Covent Garden. It is on the Piccadilly Line between Leicester Square and Holborn. The station is on the corner of Long Acre and James Street. It is in Travelcard Zone 1. Covent Garden station is one of the few stations in Central London for which platform access is only by lift or stairs (...)

Drury Lane

:''This article is about the street in London; Drury Lane is also the name of a well-known theatre on that street and of a fictional detective created by Ellery Queen writing as Barnaby Ross.'' area of London, running between Aldwych and High Holborn. The northern part is in the borough of Camden and the southern part in the City of Westminster (...)

Seven Dials

in the West End of London near Covent Garden where seven streets converge to form a roundabout, at the centre of which is a pillar bearing six (not seven) sundials. The term also refers informally to the immediate surrounding area. (...)

New London Theatre

The New London Theatre is a West End theatre located on the corners of Drury Lane and Parker Street in Covent Garden, in the London Borough of Camden. (...)


We also provide basement drying and other services in nearby areas including Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square, Temple, Strand, Embankment.