Utah Flood Cleanup
If you have experienced fire, mold, or water damage to your commercial business, call Utah Flood Cleanup now at (801) 416-2666 for a FREE phone consultation and receive immediate service.
When it comes damage to your business, you may find yourself nearly overwhelmed with the number and magnitude of tasks ahead of you. Closing down your business for repairs can cost you major money. Count on restoration specialists at Utah Flood Cleanup to get to the root of your specific cleanup situation and deliver a service that will help you get your business back in working order as quickly as possible and leaving you confident your property damage is behind you for good. Read on to learn more about the kinds of commercial remediation offered by Utah Flood Cleanup and what you can expect if you find yourself in need of emergency damage restoration services. We provide:
- Emergency services available 24/7
- Quality results with our 2-year guarantee workmanship guarantee
- FREE inspection on insurance-covered water damage occurance
- Financing options to fit any budget
When Utah Cleanup visits your hotel, apartment building, manufacturing facility, restaurant, retail space, or other commercial property after an emergency call, we’ll first investigate the exact cause of damage. It’s important to identify the underlying cause of the fire when making repairs to ensure any dangerous conditions are fixed.
Utah Cleanup will then secure your entire property, including boarding up any open or broken windows and covering missing or damaged roof areas to protect your building from precipitation, theft, and vandalism. After this, our damage remediation team will remove and dry any water left behind from fire extinguishing efforts, as well as remove smoke and soot damage and clean all ductwork.
After inspecting the damage and removing any safety hazards, Utah Flood Cleanup will remove all excess water as quickly as possible from your establishment. Removing water within 48 hours is the key to avoiding damage or risking the growth of potentially harmful mold.
Electrical wiring that has been in contact with floodwater will need to be replaced. Any drywall or flooring that has been saturated with water and can’t be immediately dried will need to be replaced as well. Utah Flood Cleanup can work with you to identify important items and immediately remove them from the damaged areas of your business so they can be preserved.
When a Utah Cleanup remediation specialist arrives at your business, he or she will perform a building inspection and conduct tests to identify the types of mold that may be present. This allows for a targeted treatment and disinfection process.
Any non-building materials that have been near the mold growth (like food, papers, or office supplies) will first need to be safely removed. Remaining walls, flooring, and other areas subject to mold growth are completely disinfected and the entire building is again inspected to ensure all mold has been eliminated.
Contact Utah Flood Cleanup: Utah’s #1 Rated Commercial Restoration Company
If you’re in need of disaster remediation services in Utah, Utah Flood Cleanup‘s licensed and certified professionals have got you covered! We understand that there’s no telling when a disaster is going to happen, so we make sure our restoration services are available 24/7 so we can try our best to keep any damage to a minimum by getting to you immediately. No matter what kind of disaster you’re facing, contact us here, or give us a call at (801) 416-2666 so we can get you and your employees lives back to normal as soon as possible.
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