Water Damage Restoration Salt Lake City
Why choose The Flood Co. for your emergency water damage Salt Lake City remediation team?
Talk to a live person 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Immediate emergency response
Direct insurance billing
We have a proven record with many satisfied customers
We take customer service a step beyond and make sure that your home or business is returned to pre-loss condition
The most common problems that homeowners experience in their homes is water damage. Water can damage carpet, drywall, floors and a whole lot more. The longer the water sits, other problems can arise such as mold and mildew. The water damage Salt Lake City remediation technicians at The Flood Co. are highly trained and certified in water damage restoration; in most cases we can dry out your property in as little as 2-3 days. We can take care of any type of water and flood damage, including leaky and broken pipes, toilet and sink overflow, and dishwasher, water heater, and washing machine malfunction, as well as storm damage. We can also do sewage damage cleanup and removal as well as provide mold removal and reconstruction.
What to do after water damage Salt Lake City
Damage from water and bacteria growth can begin within hours. Call us for professional help.
Remove as much water as possible by blotting and mopping.
Remove wet area rugs or other floor coverings.
Lift draperies off the floor, loop through a coat hanger, and place the hanger on the drapery rod.
Wipe furniture, prop wet furniture cushions for even drying, and place aluminum foil under furniture legs.
Move photos, paintings, and art objects to a safe, dry location.
Do not remove books from shelves. Rather, pack them tightly to prevent warping of pages until we can begin this specialized drying.
Open drawers, closet, and cabinet doors to enhance drying.
What NOT to do after water damage Salt Lake City
Do not enter a room with standing water until electricity has been turned off.
Do not use a regular household vacuum to remove water.
Do not lift tacked-down carpet without our professional help.
Do not use electrical appliances while on wet carpet or flooring.
Do not disturb visible mold.
Act fast on water damage
Water damage remediation is an emergency business. That is why The Flood Co. is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our quick response reduces your suffering and saves money. Water damage Salt Lake City claims increase substantially if prompt action is not taken to contain the damage.
Mold inspection in Taylorsville, Utah. Water has been leaking into the basement room on this corner of this home. One of the things that's allowing the ground to get saturated is the negative slope towards the house which is one of the things on their list to work on to prevent future damage. When we cut into the wall to remove the mold in the basement bedroom I anticipate there may be a crack in the foundation allowing moisture to come in. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/taylorsville-utah.html
Carpet cleaning in Salt Lake City Utah. The two most important factors for carpet maintenance and longevity are: 1- Regular maintenance; that means vacuuming and cleaning. 2- Choosing the right carpet to begin with. Choose nylon, it will outlast olifin, cleans better and looks better over time.
Sewage cleanup in Salt Lake City, Utah. So it is nasty business don't try to cut corners on the medication or clean up. If you do you can have some lingering odors and nasty contamination. 801-294-7452
Water damage cleanup in Salt Lake City, Utah. When water gets underneath the hardwood floor the damage is not immediately apparent, but as the planks continue to absorb water they swell and eventually they will buckle catastrophically. The floor is savable if we act on it early enough. The lesson is the same as always don't ignore water damage even if it appears small. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/salt-lake-county-utah.html
Mold inspection in Salt Lake City, Utah. People just don't know what they don't know, and this is an example. The small group because in the process of remodeling this basement they created the conditions that was favorable for mold to grow. As they poured jipped redone to the floor they bury the bottom of the drywall which got wet from the trip. And they didn't allow for drying conditions.
Don't put anything away wet! Even we have had to relearn this lesson a few times. We had a case of meters and tools that we don't use very often, there was some dampness in the case when we closed it and put it away. When we got it out a few weeks later everything in the case was moldy. The picture is a supply of silica gel packages in a mail room. They are available to use when package something for shipping to protect against moisture or dampness. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/
Inspecting a beautiful home in Salt Lake City, Utah. We are inspecting for water damage and mold but in this case it's related to a construction defect issue or multiple issues. It doesn't matter where the dampness comes from dampness and time can lead to mold. Sometimes the dampness may be related to construction defects. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/salt-lake-county-utah.html
Biohazard Cleanup in Salt Lake City Utah. The picture is of some blood spots on the sidewalk there were going to be cleaning up. We try to be discreet about any pictures of blood that we share, but it is good to be aware that any contact with blood represents a biohazard risk and proper precautions and procedures should be followed.
Carpet cleaning in Salt Lake City, Utah. One thing that is not corrected with carpet cleaning is bleach stains. Cleaning will not remove a bleach stain, the dyes have actually been removed from the carpet fibers and cleaning does not restore those dyes that were removed. Be careful with bleach products they can be damaging.
Inspection in Salt Lake City, Utah. This home is beyond needing some TLC, it is in need of a major overhaul. It is a great neighborhood so there is enough value to support it. A variety of damage, and a lot of updating. 801-294-7452 http://www.thefloodco.com/salt-lake-county-utah.html