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Salt Lake City 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

Salt Lake City Premier Disaster Repair Specialists

The vibrant metropolis of Salt Lake City has it all. Historic architecture, a dizzying array of museums, both nature and night life, and a relatively affordable cost of living make Salt Lake City a winner for its 200,000 residents.

Salt Lake City’s climate is a major feature of daily life. Where else can you experience a near-Mediterranean climate in the summer and yet be less than an hour’s drive from nine ski resorts in winter?

Utah has much to offer in every season of the year, but it is not without its perils. A resident of Salt Lake City could experience high winds, flooding, earthquakes, and snow storms.

We're No Stranger to Inclement Weather

All of this weather craziness may add variety to life, but it’s not welcome when it causes damage to your home. When it does, The Disaster Company is on call to serve Salt Lake City residents and businesses when your home or office is in need of basement flood repair, flood restoration, wind/storm damage restoration, fire damage restoration, mold damage restoration, and bio hazardous damage restoration.

We understand the stress involved when a disaster affects your home, even displacing your family for days or weeks. That’s why all of our technicians are trained and certified in all aspects of disaster repair. We do the job efficiently, and most importantly, we do it right the first time, protecting your family’s safety as well as the investment you’ve made in your Salt Lake City home. When disaster strikes, call Utah’s top-rated disaster repair company. We are ready to serve.

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New carpet installation after disaster cleanup

Salt Lake City Residents Trust the Disaster Company For:

Flood cleanup

Flood Cleanup & Damage Restoration

Flooding can be an issue in the Salt Lake City area, especially during the spring months. When your home is affected by a flood, don’t assume it is safe to enter, or especially to remove standing water, which may be electrified.

Once your family and pets are safe, call The Disaster Company immediately. We are trained to remove standing water safely, dry out any affected areas, and then inspect the premises for water infiltration that can cause mold growth and other structural damage if not remediated properly. Don’t attempt flood damage clean up on your own—the experts at The Disaster Company will do the job right, helping you avoid costlier problems down the line.

Fire damage cleanup

Fire Damage Restoration

A surprising number of house fires are caused across the United States every year by fire hazards in the home, including those caused in the kitchen, by candles and cigarettes, from dirty chimneys, and even from fires that originate in the HVAC system.

Putting out the fire is only step one in fire damage clean up. Our technicians work quickly to eliminate standing water, then get to work on soot removal, toxic gas and smoke infiltration, remediation or replacement of structural damage, carpet and upholstery cleaning, and any other repairs necessary to get you back in your home safely.

Mold remediation & cleanup

Mold Remediation & Clean Up

Once you can see visible mold growth in your home or place of business, there’s a good chance that significant overgrowth has already occurred under floors, behind walls, or in the attic, basement, or crawl space. It’s important to understand that mold damage clean up must begin with eliminating mold and spores at the source; otherwise, it is certain to return with a vengeance. Trust the specially trained Disaster Company technicians to eliminate mold growth at its source, then repair and seal it against further mold infiltration.

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Wind Damage Restoration

Salt Lake City residents are no stranger to wind/storm damage. The mountains in combination with the effects of the Great Salt Lake can create substantial weather uncertainty throughout the year. That’s why our expert technicians at The Disaster Company are on call 24-7 so we’re ready for wind/storm damage clean up when you need us most.

Restoration & Rebuild

Repair & Restoration

Homeowners need to stay on top of a seemingly endless array of potential problems that can cause damage to the home. Water infiltration issues can be particularly sneaky, as plumbing and roof damage often are present for quite some time before you notice the effects.

Once you notice or even suspect a leak in the attic, basement, bathroom, kitchen, etc., call The Disaster Company immediately. We quickly assess the situation and get to work to dry the affected areas and remove sewage (if applicable), rehab floors, remove and prevent mold damage, repair and replace drywall, clean carpets and upholstery, and any other required water damage clean up items that may apply.

Salt Lake City, UT

Utah’s capital city is full of excitement. Its lively restaurant scene, diverse neighborhoods, thriving art scene, and world class outdoor experiences are just the tip of the iceberg.

Salt Lake City residents love their sports, when it comes to both playing and watching. Fans love to watch their favorite NBA, Minor League Baseball, Major League Soccer, and ECHL hockey teams square off at Vivint Arena, Rio Tinto Stadium, Zions Bank Stadium, and Maverik Center. And for those who aren’t content to simply watch, there is no end to the Salt Lake City area mountain biking and hiking trails, campgrounds, fishing, and rock climbing, located just a stone’s throw from the city center. And, of course, there’s snowmobiling, snowshoeing, skiing, and more in Utah’s “Greatest Snow on Earth.”

For a day out on the town, residents and visitors alike enjoy the shopping districts at Trolley Square, City Creek Center, and The Gateway. Salt Lake City hosts a planetarium, the stunning Red Butte botanical garden, the world class Natural History Museum of Utah, and multiple child-centered museums. The Church History Museum captures the city’s history through the lens of early settlers from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with captivating artifacts and artwork.

We are proud to be part of the up-and-coming greater Salt Lake City area and serve its residents in the wake of natural disasters and other life-altering events.

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Downtown Salt Lake City, Utah aerial photo

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Utah Flood 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.

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