Water Damage Repair Fruit Heights Utah
Whether it’s a leaky or broken pipe, a faulty water heater, a broken dishwasher, or any number of outdoor problems, water damage can be extremely bad for your home. The Flood Co. is capable of helping you in all your water damage repair needs in Fruit Heights Utah and surrounding areas.
Water damage has the potential to ruin valuables, temporarily displace a family, and potentially cause thousands of dollars in damages to the home itself. With The Flood Co., you will receive water damage repair in Fruit Heights Utah that is professional, courteous, and timely.
What does water damage consist of? There is the obvious shrinking of leather items, wood warping, carpets being soaked. But water damage repair in Fruit Heights Utah goes far beyond the obvious, which is why The Flood Co. is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to take care of the finer details of water damage repair in Fruit Heights Utah.
First order of business for water damage repair professionals in Fruit Heights Utah is to remove the standing water. Then, the carpets will need to be dried, if possible. Large fans are used to dry them out quickly and effectively, salvaging what they can and helping prevent mold growth.
Next, all carpet and padding is pulled up and whatever is salvageable is then saved. This is to help protect your home from mold growth that may either already developed or can potentially develop, as well as salvaging and protecting the floors underneath.
Our technicians will assess everything during their water damage repair services in Fruit Heights Utah, including proper assessment of important documents, works of art, furniture, draperies, computers, appliances, and bringing all of your personal belongings back to pre-loss condition wherever possible.
Lastly, water damage repair technicians in Fruit Heights Utah clean and dehumidify the area. This helps to disinfect all affected areas, helping minimize mold, mildew, and other contaminant spread, keeping you safe and healthy long after water damage repair services in Fruit Heights Utah are completed. Water damage repair in Fruit Heights Utah is designed to help you get back to your daily life, minimizing interruption and putting everything back in order for you.
Some helpful things you can do to help make things easier for the water damage repair technicians in Fruit Heights before they arrive at the damage site:
First, upon recognition of the presence of water damage, the source of the water must be shut off immediately, if at all possible. This will help make sure that no further damage is done to the site.
Next, make sure all standing water is removed if possible. Use a bucket and/or a shopvac to transport the water to a remote site. Do not dump water down a drain at the damage site, as this could cause more damage than it will prevent.
Lastly, remove all possessions that have been or could have potential to be affected by the water damage. This could include area rugs, clothes, children’s toys, furniture, and others. If food has been affected by the standing water, discard it right away.
For more helpful tips, or to schedule a water damage repair service in Fruit Heights, call The Flood Co.
Home inspection in Fruit Heights, Utah. There is likely to be mold in the bottom of this wall. The tack strip was replaced but the carpet was not replaced. The back if the carpet along the wall has some mold on it. There is likely to be more mild inside the wall. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/fruit-heights-utah.html
Pipe leak inspection, and water and mold damage evaluation in fruit Heights Utah. This is not the first time they've had water damage in this area. Today's plumbing leak was from a pipe in the wall and was relatively small compared to prior events. The edge of the carpet in the picture is bleached from their prior efforts to clean up the water damage themselves and using chlorine bleach. 801-294-7452 www.thefloodco.com/fruit-heights-utah.html
Mold inspection in fruit Heights Utah. The carpet is been lifted and the dark tack strip has been removed by the customer in this corner of the hallway. On the other side of the wall is a water heater, water softener and also a washing machine. As it turns out none of those were the source of the water. The floor drain in the utility room was clogged and as the furnace humidifier discharges overnight it's enough to get this area wet repeatedly.
Investigating this wall cavity for possible mold contamination in this home in Fruit Heights Utah. We found a small amount of mold. We are still looking for any other possible sources. Good news, no more mold so far.
In the middle I of our repairs from a water damage at the Fruit Heights home, more water came in from the recent rains. So we ate taking a break on the repairs to do some more drying.