Water

Polygon Restoration provides retirement home with hot water

When water leaking from a hot water pipe began to seep in through the roof of a retirement home in the Belgian town of Mortsel, the plumber called in to fix the leak found the problem singularly unsolvable. Experts from Polygon Restoration were summoned, and soon came up with an ingenious solution which saved the property owner a significant amount of money.

Water

Rapid relief in Münster

On the night between 27 and 28 July 2014, a record-breaking amount of rain fell in the span of seven hours in the greater Münster area in Germany. Rainfall volumes of 292 liters per square meter led to widespread damage and nearly one thousand calls for help to Polygon Restoration.

Fire

Helping restore homes in Norway

When a rooftop fire created serious damage to an apartment block in Kolbotn, Norway, Polygon Restoration was on the scene the same day the fire was extinguished. The four-story building contained 23 apartments, of which two were basically destroyed by the blaze itself.

Climate

Maintaining a dry construction process

In one of Stockholm’s northern suburbs, a brand new neighbourhood is emerging on the grounds of a former military and civil airbase. When the area is completed it will have more than 5,000 new homes, plus businesses, shops and schools.

Document restoration

Partnership based on trust

In our knowledge-based society, managing and safeguarding physical and digital information assets is a vital part of an organisation’s backbone. Polygon Restoration works with several important clients in Europe and North America to provide document restoration services that include document drying and cleaning.