Davis County, Utah’s Premier Disaster Repair Specialists
Davis County, Utah, is a fantastic place to live and work. We know this firsthand—The Disaster Company has two of its main offices located in the county itself.
Weather in Davis County can be beautiful, offering residents the best of all four seasons, but it can also be extreme. We expect to get upwards of 50 inches of snow per year, and even more at areas of higher elevation. The dry air can create the conditions for fires to have an especially devastating effect, and canyon winds can be destructive at times.
Don’t go through a stressful disaster in your home or place of business alone. The Disaster Company is ready and willing to assist Davis County residents in times of need. Our technicians are trained, certified, and insured to handle all manner of disasters, including fire damage restoration, mold damage restoration, flood damage restoration, water damage restoration, and bio hazardous damage restoration. We are on call 24 hours a day so that you don’t need to wait to get expert help.
We are Davis County’s top rated disaster repair company for a very good reason. Not only are our experts trained to handle any disaster situation, but we bring our experience and local knowledge to every job we do. The national brands can’t compete with our experience, value, and expertise. When you care about your neighbors, it shows. We’re proud to serve the disaster remediation needs of our fellow Davis County residents.
The Disaster Company Handles All of Davis County’s Disaster Repair Needs
Disaster repair and remediation should only be undertaken by trained, experienced professionals. The unfortunate reality is that not all companies that present themselves as disaster repair experts have earned that description. At The Disaster Company, we do not take chances with your family’s home—or your health and safety.
We have gone to great lengths to train our technicians according to internationally recognized standards. In fact, we are certified in every imaginable facet of disaster repair by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification, the most reliable and respected accrediting organization in the business.
We understand that part of our job is to inject confidence and reassurance into sometimes devastating scenarios. When we arrive on the scene of your disaster, we conduct a thorough investigation of your fire, water, mold, or bio hazardous disaster; prepare an itemized quote; communicate with your insurer; and get to work as soon as you give us the green light.
We know Davis County is counting on us, and we appreciate the opportunity to earn and reinforce the community’s trust in us every single day.
Davis County Residents Trust The Disaster Company for:
Fire Damage Restoration
A house fire can be a particularly devastating occurrence, not just for the damage it can cause, but because it always comes out of the blue. Whether the cause is faulty wiring, a kitchen accident, a chimney that needs attention, or a smoking incident, you need professional help when dealing with the aftermath of a fire.
The Disaster Company should be your first call once the firefighters have done their job. We dry out the interior of your home, repair the structural damage, test for and remove any toxic gasses or other substances created by the fire, and clean and deodorize your remediated space. There is light at the end of the tunnel—call The Disaster Company for fire damage clean up in Davis County!
Flood Damage Restoration
Flood waters can cause a treacherous situation in your basement or lower floor of your home, which can quickly become compounded if it is not remediated properly. Water removal is only the beginning of flood damage restoration and clean up.
We document the damage, remove moisture with air dryers and dehumidifiers, prevent moisture infiltration that can lead to mold growth, and even remediate upholstery and other possessions. When your Davis County home is affected by flood waters, call the best in the business for quick, thorough service.
Water Damage Restoration
Water damage can result from any number of household situations such as plumbing leaks, roof leaks, water heater and air conditioner degradation, and more. It’s important to remediate the source of the problem before repairing walls, ceilings, floorboards, and other areas that may be affected. Water damage clean up should always be dealt with by professionals.
Wind Damage Restoration
Wind storms are fairly common in the Davis County area. If you’ve been through wind/storm damage, you know all too well how destructive the wind can be. Let the experts at The Disaster Company handle your wind damage emergency.
We are on hand quickly to handle broken windows, roof damage, downed trees, and any and all property damage. Wind can create a hazardous situation with downed power lines or gas leaks, so be sure to enter your home only once you are certain that the premises are safe.
Mold Damage Restoration
Many people don’t realize that mold is not simply a nuisance; it is a toxin that is a potential health hazard. It can also cause extensive structural damage to your home if left unchecked. We investigate any and all sources of mold growth including the HVAC system, the basement, attic, crawl space, and any areas such as under sinks or behind walls that have been exposed to plumbing leaks. Once we eliminate the cause of mold, we have a comprehensive process to remove all traces of mold infestation, dry out the affected areas, and seal them against future dampness.
Bio Hazardous Damage Restoration
Bio hazardous materials must only be dealt with by trained professionals. We are certified and experienced to deal with every imaginable type of bio hazardous clean up, including blood, lead and asbestos, rodent waste, chemical lab cleanup, fingerprint powder removal, and hospital and nursing home facility rehab. Don’t take unnecessary chances—call The Disaster Company to deal with your bio hazardous clean up in Davis County.
Davis County, Utah
Davis County is Utah’s third largest county with a population of over 300,000. Local employers include Hill Air Force Base, which makes up about 12 percent of the economy of Davis County. Many Davis County residents, of course, commute to nearby Salt Lake City for work.
Davis County is home to extensive outdoor recreational facilities. Multiple world class ski resorts are a short drive away, as are hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, wetlands and wildlife centers, a dinosaur park, Lagoon amusement park, and award winning restaurants. Indoor adventures can be had at the aquarium, art galleries, children’s museums, historical museums, indoor skydiving, and an indoor trampoline park. In summer, zoos and nature conservation areas allow families to experience nature in all its glory.
Davis County loves its heritage, and there are many ways to explore it throughout the county. Pioneer Village, designed and conceived of as a “living museum,” is a historical reenactment of a typical Utah frontier town in the not-too-distant past. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints history (sometimes referred to as Mormon history) is particularly important here, and the area’s many temples and places of worship form an important backbone of this beautiful and inviting community.