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Utah Flood Cleanup and Restoration

Fast & Effective: We Are Utah’s Leading Emergency Flood Cleanup, Repair, and Remediation Team.

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Our Utah Flood Cleanup Team is Standing By

If you’ve just found water damage in your home, including a flooded basement, take a breath and call our experts right away. While flooding can be devastating to discover, it can be remediated, and your home can be restored. Having the right team on your side is what makes all the difference.

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We Have the Equipment & Experience to Get the Job Done

Call us now—we’re ready to answer your questions and get our emergency flood restoration team on the job.

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Utah Flood Clean Up

Flooded homes, basements, crawl spaces, and other water damage can’t wait. Our experienced flood cleanup technicians work around the clock to stop water damage from pipe bursts, frozen pipes, or any other cause.

If you’ve discovered flooding or water damage inside your home or basement, our team is ready to help. Contact us immediately; we’ll walk you through what to do before our team arrives.

We work with every insurance provider and will handle your documentation and paperwork.

We Have the Experience & Equipment to Repair and Restore Even the Largest Flood Disasters

No one expects a flood to happen in their home, so when it does, it creates a lot of shock and panic. While this may be your first flood emergency, it’s not ours. Our team has years of experience handling emergencies just like yours. The Disaster Company is one of Utah’s largest flood remediation companies for a reason: our work saves you time and money while giving you something even more important—peace of mind that your home can be restored.

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How Flood Cleanup Works

Our flood cleanup professionals team knows how to make your home feel new. Trust us to provide expert services at every step of the process.

1. We Stabilize the Situation

When you contact us, we’ll walk you through the steps to stop flooding or stabilize the situation if water is still actively entering your home. This may include turning off the power or vacating your house.

2. Our Team Arrives

Our emergency response team will show up quickly. We don’t just work 9–5, but on weekends and after hours. Disasters don’t hold ordinary office hours, so neither do we.

3. We Secure Any Electrical Issues

We first determine whether there could be an electrical safety risk. If not already done, we safely shut off power from the breaker. Flooding can compromise your home’s wiring and create a greater risk of an electrical fire. We ensure the environment is safe before we get to work.

4. We Document for Insurance

We document everything with photos and videos. This is a critical part of your future homeowner’s insurance claim.

5. We Use Professional Equipment to Get Started

Using our professional water cleanup equipment, we remove all standing water and then begin dehumidifying to draw moisture out of any affected surfaces.

6. We Make Sure All Areas of Damage are Remedied

We may need to open up walls or ceilings to expose and remove additional water damage. This is critical for preventing future mold and mildew growth.

7. We Remove All Damaged Materials

We’ll haul away unsalvageable carpets, drywall, and other materials.

8. We Make Sure Your Home is Back to Normal

Our work is only complete once your home is completely dry, the source of the flooding has been repaired or eliminated, and your walls, ceilings, and floors are structurally sound and ready for new paint, carpet, or other finishes.

Our Comprehensive Flood Restoration Services

Here are some services we may provide as part of your flood cleanup & remediation service:

  • Standing water extraction

  • Dehumidification through professional-strength air dryers

  • Floor rehab

  • Sewage removal

  • Mold removal and prevention

  • Sanitizing and deodorizing

  • Weatherproofing and waterproofing

  • Drywall repair or replacement

  • Fabric cleaning

  • Leak detection and repair

  • Plumbing repairs

  • Upholstery restoration

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No Matter What Caused Your Flood, We Can Handle It

  • Basement flood cleanup

  • Busted pipes

  • Clogged drains

  • Overflowing toilet

  • Malfunctioning appliances

  • Rain and other severe weather

  • Leaking sprinkler systems

  • And more

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Utah Flood Cleanup and Restoration FAQ’s

How long until we can return to our home?

That will, of course, depend on the extent of the damage. If no structural damage has occurred, we should be able to complete moisture removal using air dryers and dehumidifiers within five days. During that time, we will repair damage to furnishings, documents, clothing, and flooring where possible. We will also coordinate with any plumbers and electricians that may be necessary to repair damaged systems.

Will my homeowner's insurance cover flood damage cleanup?

Everyone’s insurance policies are unique. Once we arrive and assess the damage, we will coordinate with your insurance company to determine their level of coverage.

Here’s a good rule of thumb: If the water damage was sudden, accidental, and came from a pipe, appliance, or other feature inside your home, your standard homeowner’s insurance policy likely protects you. But, if the water damage came from an outside source or was caused by a repair you neglected to fix, you may not be covered. However, there are exceptions. If you live in a flood plain, you must have flood insurance, which should provide excellent coverage.

Can standing water be removed with a dehumidifier?

Standing water requires physical removal. The easiest way is with an industrial vacuum extraction tool. While you can attempt to remove it yourself with buckets, mops, or a small shop vac, professional flood remediation companies like ours have tools that make the job much easier and faster. Following water removal, we’ll also handle dehumidification to prevent mold and mildew.

Can walls that have been damaged by water be saved?

It depends. Some water damage to walls can be dried out using air movers and dehumidifiers. We can correct the damage by drilling holes in the drywall and removing moisture inside the wall cavity. If mold has reached the drywall, however, it may need to be replaced. We’ll take care of hauling away materials that can’t be salvaged.

Can our floors be remediated after flood damage?

Some floors can be saved. Floors made of natural wood may be able to be dried out (as can carpets and the padding beneath them) if the water absorption is not too extensive. Laminate and vinyl flooring often need to be replaced entirely. We’ll assess the level of damage your floors have faced and let you know whether or not they can be restored.

Can we live in our home after a flood?

Whether or not your home will be liveable after a flood depends on the extent of the damage—most especially, how it impacted the various systems in your home. Water damage can wreak havoc on sewer, electricity, and water systems. While fire may seem like the last thing possible in your home, electrical wiring exposed to extensive water damage can be a recipe for an electrical fire. Rapid mold growth can also create a respiratory hazard. Our flood remediation experts at The Disaster Company will help you understand whether your home will be habitable following our initial flood cleanup and restoration.

Can The Disaster Company rehab personal items that have been damaged by water?

Yes, we can often recover irreplaceable items that have water damage. We employ different processes depending on the items, such as dry or foam cleaning, to preserve your cherished possessions.

Anytime, day or night, 24/7, we are on call and ready to respond to help you

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