Salt Lake County, Utah’s Premier Disaster Repair Specialists
Salt Lake County encompasses over 800 square miles of territory and is home to more than 1 million residents. The magnificent Great Salt Lake is only one of the stunning natural features of the area. It draws in hundreds of thousands of visitors every year to sail, kayak, hike or bike on the surrounding trails, view wildlife, and take in the scenery at nearby resorts. The Wasatch Mountains provide a scenic backdrop, and there are countless outdoor activities for every season of the year.
In spite of the beauty and versatility of the setting, Salt Lake County is not immune from disaster risks. When homeowners here experience these disasters, they know who to call. The Disaster Company has earned a reputation as one of the area’s most trusted disaster repair service providers. With such a varied climate and, unfortunately, so many opportunities for disaster to strike, Salt Lake County relies on The Disaster Company for disaster repair every day of the year.
Our competencies cover every type of home disaster imaginable. Fire damage restoration, mold damage restoration, water damage restoration, flood damage restoration, wind/storm damage restoration, and bio hazardous damage restoration are all in our wheelhouse. All of our technicians are professionally trained, insured, and carry a B-10 contractor’s license.
Because we live and work in the area ourselves, we treat every customer like a neighbor. We know the anxiety and stress that can be caused when you are displaced from your home because we see it every day. We are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to respond to our community’s disaster trouble. So call us as soon as disaster strikes. We will get your Salt Lake County home repaired and back to the way it was just as soon as we possibly can.
The Disaster Company Handles All of Salt Lake County’s Disaster Repair Needs
It’s important to understand that disaster repair is not simply a renovation project. Anyone contracted to work in your home following a fire, water, wind, mold, or bio hazardous incident should be experienced and certified in repairing and remediating the specific disaster that you have experienced. This is because many household disasters can cause dangerous conditions that are not necessarily obvious immediately following the incident.
We take pride in being certified in all forms of disaster repair from the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification, an internationally recognized trainer of disaster remediation and clean up. We dispatch our expert technicians across Salt Lake County every day to help families in need. As soon as we arrive onsite, we begin a careful inspection of the damage, document it for your insurer, prepare an itemized quote, and create a plan to restore your home or place of business to pre-disaster condition.
Salt Lake County Residents Trust The Disaster Company for:
Fire Damage Restoration
Fire damage may be the scariest disaster that can affect your home. Once the firefighters have done their work, we arrive to assist by first removing any standing water left from the fire fight.
Our comprehensive fire damage clean up includes securing the property by temporarily patching broken windows and roof breaches, removing soot and toxic chemicals resulting from the fire and smoke, sanitizing, repairing and replacing drywall, restoring woodwork, carpet and upholstery cleaning, and repainting. If it was damaged in a fire, we can repair or replace it.
Flood Damage Restoration
Don’t let spring flood waters cause any more damage than they need to. If you experience a flood in Salt Lake County, call The Disaster Company for flood damage clean up immediately. We safely remove standing water, investigate all areas of water infiltration, dry and dehumidify any affected areas, and repair or replace any porous surfaces that could be the future site of mold growth.
Water Damage Restoration
As a homeowner, you’ve no doubt dealt with plumbing issues in the past. When a leak from the plumbing, roof, or other source causes water damage in your Salt Lake County home, it’s important to have it remediated by experts.
Water infiltration can affect the structural integrity of your home by weakening ceilings, promoting destructive mold growth, or destroying floorboards. It’s important to address a leak as soon as it’s detected; you risk ever costlier water damage clean up expenses the longer you wait.
Wind Damage Restoration
Living in a beautiful, mountainous area like Salt Lake County can bring unexpected wind storms to practically any city in the area. When wind/storm damage strikes, hopefully you escape with just a broken window or two. However, wind can cause far more serious damage. Downed power lines and fallen trees can impact your yard, home, and even your cars and patio furnishings. Wind/storm damage clean up can be dangerous and should only be undertaken by certified experts like those at The Disaster Company.
Mold Damage Restoration
No one wants to believe they have mold infestation in their Salt Lake County home. Mold is unsightly, smelly, and even dangerous in some circumstances. Dampness on walls, carpets, or furnishings, or areas of mold growth indicate that you could have a problem behind walls, under floors, or in areas such as the basement, crawl space, or attic. Call us when you suspect mold damage. We have special instruments to confirm or deny your suspicion, and, of course, we remediate any damage that we find.
Bio Hazardous Damage Restoration
Bio hazardous clean up often requires strict adherence to laws in order to protect employees or the public. That’s why it’s imperative to use trained, certified, and insured bio hazardous damage restoration professionals such as those at The Disaster Company. Trust us when it comes to the clean up of chemical spills, car accidents, crime scenes, medical waste, rodent infestations, and any other bio hazardous disaster situation.
Salt Lake County, Utah
Once you’ve experienced what Salt Lake County has to offer, it’s easy to understand why it’s the state’s most populous county.
Salt Lake County has an extensive list of recreational activities for the whole family to enjoy. Restaurants, museums, live sports, shopping, and outdoor fun are available at every turn.
Everyone knows why Salt Lake County was chosen as the site for the 2002 Winter Olympics. The dry, powdery snow that falls for more than 5 months a year is known as “the greatest snow on earth.”
But snow is not the only draw to Salt Lake County. Temple Square draws visitors from around the world to learn more about the history and culture of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hogle Zoo and Tracy Aviary bring the natural world into the heart of the city.
The performing arts are thriving in Salt Lake County—locals enjoy The Salt Lake Acting Company, The Repertory Dance Theater, the Utah Opera Company, and The Utah Symphony, to name a few. Exciting museums such as the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Natural History provide endless fascination and an indoor escape from the elements. And if skiing somehow isn’t your jam, try golf, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, or any of the other myriad sports that thrive in Salt Lake County.