Utah Flood Damage Restoration & Repair Services
Whether your home is in a flood zone or has just suffered a major plumbing problem, flooding can be an enormous headache to handle on your own. Flood problems result in significant damage to the overall structure of your home, making it unsafe and uncomfortable to live there after a flood hits. Fortunately, you have a local Utah flood damage restoration and repair team by your side. Utah Flood Cleanup provides advanced techniques and professional solutions to help you return your home to normal.
Is your home suffering from flood damage? Get your life back to normal and call (801) 416-2666. We are your reliable Utah flood damage restoration and repair experts.
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Why Choose Utah Flood Cleanup?
Utah Flood Cleanup is your premier contractor for all aspects of flood damage restoration and repair. Call us today and work with reliable contractors who will get the job done on time, and at a price that will fit your budget.
- FREE phone consultation
- FREE inspection on insurance-covered water damage incidents
- 24/7 emergency Utah flood damage restoration services—because flood damage problems can’t wait
- Expert solutions from licensed and certified damage restoration technicians
- 5-year guarantee on workmanship—you can count on long term, quality solutions
- Financing available to fit any budget
What Are the Benefits of Professional Utah Flood Damage Restoration?
Home flooding can seem more damaging than it initially looks. Once the water has cleared away, mold growth and mildew become the most significant problems within the home. Mold and mildew can create an unsafe environment for you and your family and will require professional removal services.
Flooding can also weaken floorboards and joints, making it unsafe to walk around the home. Termites and other pests are also attracted to moist environments that have been subjected to water damage, so it’s imperative to have damage restoration specialists handle the Utah flood damage restoration process.
What Problems Can You Avoid With Timely Repair?
Once a flood hits, get in touch with a flood damage repair expert right away. One of the most common problems that can be avoided with professional flood damage restoration is mold and mildew growth. Living around mold and mildew can affect the health of your household, especially if there are members who suffer from allergies and respiratory problems.
Another problem that can be avoided with timely flood damage repair is weakened or bowing floorboards. Replacing damaged material with brand new boards will help strengthen your home. Major electrical problems can also be prevented if you are dealing with a recent flood that overtook the house.
On average, the most damage occurs 48 hours after flooding. Calling for professional help within that time can help you avoid extreme damage to your home and belongings, including the carpeting, drywall, wooden furniture and flooring, cabinets, and ceilings. We can also help you restore these materials to a like-new condition.
What Can You Do Before Help Arrives?
You’ve called for help, but what should you do before our team arrives? There are several things you can do to lessen damage and prevent further problems.
Make sure all household members are out of the flooded areas, especially if electrical items have been affected. If you have a sump pump, use it to whisk water away from your basement or other low lying areas.
Utah Flood Cleanup will arrive promptly and get right to work with our Utah flood damage restoration process. We use the latest in damage restoration technology, including thermal imaging, to make sure all of the damage is identified and repaired as efficiently as possible.
Flood Water Damage Restoration FAQ
Home plumbing leaks or pipe-bursting easily cause floods. Faulty water pressure causes havoc with water lines, pushing an old pipe to failure. Failing sump pumps can also cause backups. Water-operating appliances may spray water flow all over such as in the laundry room when a washing machine hose fails. And old water heaters are also notorious for falling apart.
The weather outside can indirectly cause home damage. As rain overwhelms municipal systems they can backup drainage to a home. That’s in addition to damage caused by hurricanes or general regional flooding.
Many insurance agreements will cover internal plumbing failures, but they may not cover municipal system failures. Other policies differ between inside flooding and flooding caused surf or river rising, requiring a second policy specific to regional flooding. Check your specific homeowner policy to be sure what is covered specifically.
Water damage comes in three main categories:
- Clean Water – Usually not posing an immediate health threat, this can be cleaned up without any further exposure risk. It comes typically from a failed appliance, melting snow, or holding tanks that leak. However, clean water can go bad in as little as 48 hours, so cleaning time is critical.
- Grey Water – This is wastewater without fecal contamination but was used for washing. It can be contaminated and protection is essential when cleaning. The affected area must then be cleaned up with decontaminating treatments.
- Black Water – This is water with human waste and fecal contamination. It typically also has toxins in it and parasites. Most sources tend to be sewers and toilets. It’s a massive breeding ground for problems, requires protection gear during the cleanup, and also demands serious decontamination afterward.
The biggest mistake involves not acting quickly enough to stop the source and begin cleaning. Again, water damage can go bad within 48 hours health-wise. And that’s in addition to the structural damage it causes to flooring, walls, electrical and property. Mold can set in from waiting too long to clean up, which then requires special equipment and cleaning to remove.
A basement drain backup can occur for a number of reason. First, the sump pump has failed or is overwhelmed. Until that’s fixed, water won’t travel up to ground level sewers. Second, the flooding is being caused by a source still open and flowing like a burst pipe. Also, cracks in the basement foundation and walls could be allowing ground water from outside to leak in. This happens with ongoing rain seasons and saturated soil outside.
Yes. Debris and leaves caught by rainwater pile up at joints and turns. This is a big problem during storms when all the leaves wash into the streets. The combination of heavy flow combined with gunk creates a backup and related flooding spreads quickly.
Yes. Old pipes can be overwhelmed structurally with heavy water flow, increasing pressure through the line at a constant rate. Shifting line beds can strain pipes, causing them to leak or break from their joints. Roots also get into pipes as found with drain cleaning, creating cracks that water in heavy flow can break apart.