If you have a water damage emergency at your home or businesses along the Wasatch Front, we are available to assist you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
We work with all insurance companies, but we will also work with you to find the most efficient and cost-effective way to take care of your water damage problem if you don’t plan on making an insurance claim.
We have the capacity to handle any size water loss, but we are small enough to provide you with the excellent customer service that our larger competitors sometimes lack.
Give us a call and we will dispatch a water damage mitigation professional to your location immediately.
Our powerful truckmounted water extraction machines and specialty extraction tools allow us to quickly remove the bulk of the water from saturated carpet and carpet pad or standing water in structures.
Water extraction removes most of the water and drastically slows the spread of moisture through the structure.
When water damage occurs, the first reaction for many people is to grab a shop vac and try to extract it themselves. This is a backbreaking and tedious process.
We can extract more water in five minutes than you can in five hours with your shop vac.
Please give us a call immediately if you are in need of Utah water extraction services.
Even if you prefer to do the rest of the cleanup and/or repairs yourself, having us come out and extract the water will be well worth it.
After the bulk of the water is extracted, the difficult task of drying the structure begins. When you experience a water loss inside your home or business after a flood, it is extremely important to assess the structure and see what materials are holding moisture.
If moisture in walls, subfloors, ceilings, etc. is not detected and dried, it could lead to serious problems in the future. We have the ability to detect moisture in your structure and dry it through the use of dehumidifiers, fans, and other specialty drying equipment.
If you have had a water damage emergency and need carpet or structure drying services, contact us today.
A sewer backup, or category 3 water loss in your home is a very unpleasant experience. However, many people think that water coming up from a floor drain is no big deal, especially if no solid waste, discoloration, or odor is evident.
Regardless of its appearance, water that comes into your structure from a sewer line has the potential to carry pathogens and needs to be treated with caution. Our technicians are trained and experienced in safely cleaning up category 3 water.
If you’ve had a sewer backup or break in your home or business, contact us today to learn more about our services.