Mold Removal Sandy Utah
If you are constantly having allergic reactions to seemingly nothing or are discovering a musty smell in your Sandy Utah home but can’t determine where it’s coming from, it may be time to call the professional mold removal specialists from The Flood Co. We have courteous and friendly customer service staff that is on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help you with all your mold removal needs in Sandy Utah and surrounding communities.
It should be noted that professional mold removal in Sandy Utah should be performed in a timely manner and by a team of mold removal professionals in Sandy Utah. Even if you live elsewhere in the Salt Lake Valley, some molds are very harmful fungus if left unattended for a long period of time, causing an array of issues not only with your home, but also with the health of all the inhabitants of the home.
Mold removal testing is best performed in dark and damp places where moisture exists, since that is where mold spores thrive and survive the best. If mold is attacked at the source, it is much easier to perform proper mold removal in Sandy Utah.
The professional and courteous customer support staff at The Flood Co. offers residential and commercial mold removal in Sandy Utah as well as the entire Salt Lake Valley and the Wasatch Front. Our professional mold removal team in Sandy Utah has extensive knowledge and experience in the industry and only uses state-of-the-art equipment and industry-standard techniques to identify, find, and eliminate molds at their source while minimizing the risk of further contamination.
Our professional mold removal team can also provide expert knowledge and insight in terms of helping our customers identify mold removal needs in Sandy Utah, all while maintaining the level of professionalism, courtesy, and kindness that our customers have come to know about us.
Stachybotrys Chartarum, or “black mold” is perhaps the most dangerous of all indoor molds to be found. This mold family is dark green or black in color and produces toxic chemicals called “mycotoxins”, which are believed by many to be the root cause for “sick building syndrome”. The Flood Co. advises that if you have this mold in your home, or at the very least suspect that you might, it is very critical that you do not attempt to remove this mold yourself, as risk of mold contamination spread increases dramatically should improper mold removal techniques be performed.
If you suspect your Sandy Utah home is riddled with toxic mold, professional mold removal will prove to be important, not only to keep your home safe, but to keep your family safe as well. Call The Flood Co. and schedule a mold removal testing in Sandy Utah.
Water damage in Sandy Utah. We are responding to a new water damage event in Sandy Utah at a large home in a nice neighborhood that happens to be under construction and being remodeled. Three levels are affected including this kitchen in the basement that has a hardwood floor that is severely cupped.
Water damage and mold inspection in Sandy, Utah. I forgot to get a picture before I left the house but this was a little bit interesting. Two-story home built in the seventies has radiant hot water heat on the second floor of the home which follows the baseboards. One of the baseboards nails has pierced the waterline and allowed a very slow leak over the years and it's just recently gotten larger. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/sandy-utah.html
So why do hotels have some much vinyl wallpaper, especially in the hallways? Because it is so durable! It will tend to hold up to some bumps and scrapes that would create some visible damage on a painted surface. So, that's what vinyl wallpaper is good for, what it is not good for is water damage. If you ever have a leak, I would recommend that you get professional help to diagnose the dampness and make sure everything gets dried out. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/sandy-utah.html
Water damage in Sandy, Utah. Water came in through this window well and into the basement. Some of the water ran down the wall cavity and also soaked the insulation. When the insulation gets soaked we usually have to remove it, and that means cutting the drywall. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/sandy-utah.html
Water damage inspection in Sandy, Utah. This homeowner bought a new fridge a while back and the fridge developed a leak. It ran for a little while eventually damaging some of the new hardwood floor, some cabinets and a wall. It also damaged the ceiling and wall in the family room below. We are starting off with just an estimate to help determine whether it will go through his homeowners insurance or the the appliance manufacture's insurance. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/sandy-utah.html
Apparently the water damage technicians need more floods at this time and have too much time on their hands please direct all floods to The Flood Company i and Utah for the cleanup!
Mold testing in Sandy, Utah. I originally inspected this home about a month ago. The home is for sale the owners decided to do some old clean up on their own, and by their own prescription. They have invited me back to collect some more samples in the hopes that the air samples will not suggest that there's a continuing mold problem. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/sandy-utah.html
Mold inspection in Sandy, Utah. X marks the spot for what drywall will be cut and removed as part of the mold investigation and removal and cleanup. It may not be visually apparent to an untrained eye that these areas have mold, but there's been water coming in over the years from ice damming episodes into the ceiling and wall. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/sandy-utah.html
We started a smaller water damage event in this beautiful custom home at the base of little Cottonwood Canyon. This event occurred due to a frozen hose bib, which in turn flooded a portion of the basement. All of the drying equipment has been staged and the drying can begin. We'll give it 3-5 days, and they should be ready for repairs. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/salt-lake-county-utah.html
Just working on a small mold job in Sandy, UT. These renters discovered a small amount of mold on the bottom of one of their basement walls. After demo had begun we noticed that the metal framed window had been leaking for some time. Once everything gets dried out the window can get fixed and repairs can get under way! 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/sandy-utah.html