Looking for Water Damage Remediation Tremonton Utah? Call The Flood Co.
The Flood Co. Disaster Repair Company Offering Water Damage Remediation Tremonton Utah Residents can Rely on!
Water damage can happen for a number of different reasons, including faulty plumbing which results in leaks and burst pipes, backed up sewage and toilet overflows or it could be caused by the elements –heavy rain and snowfall can cause serious flooding if not held back.
This often results in a condition that can not be remedied with a mop and bucket — carpets and rugs, wooden floorboards, stone work, ceilings and walls as well as personal belongings can be soaked clear through and maybe even ruined if not rescued quickly.
Then there are the implications of many health risks from moisture…
When homes and properties in the Tremonton Utah area are affected by water in all its destructive madness, the Flood Co. is there to offer a solution. We offer home and property owners Water Damage Remediation Tremonton Utah relies on to restore their home lives and peace of mind.
Because water can soak through the most non-porous hardwood and stone work quite quickly we make it our duty to arrive on scene fast and deliver you a rapid response to your flooding issue.
Call us any time of the day or night, 7 days a week and our friendly staff of professionals will dispatch the help you need. For the experienced solution call Water Damage Remediation Tremonton Utah, and let The Flood Co. handle your disaster.
What Should I do if My Home is faced with Water Disaster?
Call Us Immediately! We will dispatch a team to begin surveying the damage and taking control of the situation. (More Details on what to expect from our Water Damage Restoration Services further in the article)
Should I call My Insurance Co. to Survey the Damage?
Better call us first! We at the Flood Co. have had extensive experience in restoring water damage and being paid to do so. We can help you deal with your insurance carrier effectively. Even warning you not to say certain things that could get your claim denied.
Once we have arrived and assessed the situation,we can give you further instructions on how to report the damage to your insurance company. We will make it our business that you are not billed for any work you have already paid for.
Our Water Restoration and Damage Assessment process.
The restoration process is much more than cleaning up with a mop and bucket because water can be so much more destructive in large quantities, even in small quantities in the wrong area. Building substructures can be especially difficult to reach with a mop and are especially susceptible to moisture.
Moisture has a tendency to lodge itself deeply through the rugs and carpets, floorboards and beyond and will resist being evicted. This can lead to a number of hazards from the structural integrity of the building being compromised to a variety of molds and bacterias being allowed to to invade your home and pose a health hazard.
For these reasons, it is crucially important that the last vestiges of moisture are successfully expelled from the home. This does require some experience to do right, especially when you consider that not all damages are the same.
Different Categories of Water Disaster
The professionals that we at the Flood Co. employ will arrive on site to fully assess the situation. This way we can begin to apply the appropriate remedy to address the disaster.
To set a standard by which these types of catastrophes can be measured and addressed, the IICRC or the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification, outlined a set of criteria and categories. These are used to describe both the class of destruction and the extent of liquid damage.
The Categories of Liquid Destruction, as per the Categories set by the IICRC:
Category 1 – Clean liquids from a Sanitary source, such as a broken water pipe, toilet storage tank, shower sink etc. These liquids will not cause illness if ingested. If this water is allowed to settle too long it will convert into a…
Category 2 – This is water that is no longer clean, it is now contaminated with various impurities and could make you sick if swallowed, also called gray water. This includes washing machine overflow, dishwasher leaks, toilet overflow with urine but not contaminated with feces
Category 3 – These are liquids that are highly polluted and can cause illness and even death if ingested. This includes toilet overflow with feces, sewage backup and even water from overflowing canals and rivers.
Here are the 4 Categories of Water Destruction
Category 1 – Low water damage and relatively easy to address. Liquids have a low evaporation rate and the extent of damage is not extensive. The rugs, furnishings and building materials have not absorbed any liquids.
Category 2 – Fast evaporation rate and extensive damage across the structure beyond just moisture soaking through the floor it has also soaked through some furnishings, cushions and mattresses. Moisture crawling the walls as high as 12”.
Category 3 – Fastest evaporation rate and devastating extent of damage. Walls and furnishings well moisturized and water soaking through walls, and ceiling. Ceiling tiles and insulation affected. Condition critical.
Category 4 – This is used to describe scenarios in which the moisture has had ample time to permeate the floors and walls and has successfully soaked through hardwood and stone floors. This will requires special measure to restore.
Having extensive experience with all the categories of liquids and the classes of destruction, gives us the acumen to provide you with an appropriate solution to your flooding problem no matter the type,
With the right kind of remedy no damage is too great for a thorough restoration. Trust our professionals to arrive at the scene of disaster to mitigate your losses and even tip you in on how to get your insurance carrier foot the bill. If your property has sustained damage from liquids, don’t get uptight, get The Water Damage Remediation Tremonton Utah’s finest restoration professionals can provide.