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Provo Disaster Clean Up & Repair


  • Flood Clean Up & Restoration
  • Fire Damage Clean Up & Restoration
  • Mold Inspection & Remediation
  • Water Damage Restoration
  • Restoration & Rebuild
  • Emergency Disaster Clean Up 24/7
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Provo Disaster Repair Specialists

Experiencing a home disaster can upend your life. When every moment counts and your home is on the line, you’ll want to contact the best disaster cleanup company. The Disaster Company is certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification, so we know how to take care of your needs. When you hire a company for fire damage cleanup and restoration, basement flood cleanup, and mold remediation, you place your trust in them. Our Provo disaster cleanup technicians take their duties seriously. They are trained to assess damage accurately, complete necessary documents, communicate with your insurer, compile a remediation plan, and begin the cleanup process so you don’t have to feel the stress on your shoulders. Let us remedy the disaster as quickly as possible so you can return to your life.

We have several locations throughout Utah, including 356 Mountain Way Drive, Orem, UT 84058, near Provo, Utah.

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Provo Residents Trust The Disaster Company for:

Fire CleanUp
Flood CleanUp
Mold Cleanup
Restoration & Repair
And More!

Provo, Utah

Located just a 45-minute drive from Salt Lake City, Provo is a family-friendly, fast-growing city in northern Utah. While it’s the largest city in Utah County, it is still home to many safe neighborhoods, quiet parks, and family-friendly recreational activities.

While there are plenty of available jobs in Provo, residents also enjoy an easy commute to nearby cities such as Lehi, Park City, Salt Lake, and more. The city features the famous Brigham Young University, a charming downtown area, and multiple shopping centers.

We are proud to offer our fire, mold, and flood cleanup and repair to residents in this beautiful city. For efficient and trustworthy Provo disaster cleanup, trust The Disaster Company.

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Utah Clean Up and Restoration FAQ’s

Will my situation be covered by insurance, and do you take my insurance?

Each situation is unique and insurance coverages vary, but most insurance policies are fairly similar. Most insurance covers damage that is sudden and accidental. Anything that is long-term could be considered a lack of maintenance, which is not covered by insurance. Many people think that if it was their fault (like accidentally leaving the water on and flooding their house), it won’t be covered. But that’s the exact reason for insurance—unfortunate accidents and mistakes. There are often exclusions and exceptions, so reach out to us and we’d be happy to assess your situation.

How long does disaster cleanup take?

This varies depending on the job, but we can usually give an accurate time estimate once we’ve surveyed the damage. The overall time also depends on how quickly your insurance responds. The total process includes mitigation, then approval, then repairs. Mitigation can take anywhere from one to fourteen days depending on the complexity of the situation. Approval can take anywhere from one week to a few months. Then repairs can take anywhere from one week to several months depending on the severity. We do everything we can to minimize this timeframe but much of it depends on the homeowner’s insurance company.

How much does disaster cleanup cost?

Whether the loss is from fire, water, or some other source, the scope is difficult to define until we are well into the job. We do our best to provide a rough estimate for mitigation upfront and these are fairly accurate. However, we don’t attempt to estimate the rebuild until the mitigation is complete. Once mitigation is complete, we can provide an accurate estimate for the repairs because the scope is defined.

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

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