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Weber County Disaster Repair Company

By September 15, 2022No Comments

Weber County, Utah’s Premier Disaster Repair Specialists

Weber County covers an area of over 650 square miles and is home to a population of 230,000 residents, making it the fourth most populous county in Utah. The elevation is around 4,500 feet, and the county is known for its scenery and outdoor recreational activities, including its premier skiing. 

Historically, the area was frequented by fur trappers. In fact, the town of Ogden is named for one of these, Peter Skene Ogden. Ogden is Weber County’s largest city, known for its historic architecture and proximity to the Wasatch Mountains.

Homeowners in Weber County cities and towns (including Roy, Riverview, Ogden, South Ogden, Plain City, Pleasant View, Marriott-Slaterville, and West Haven) all turn to The Disaster Company when an emergency threatens their family home. The Disaster Company expert technicians are trained and certified to handle any disaster that may strike your home. 

With a climate that seems to encapsulate all possible weather patterns in the course of a year, Weber County residents are no stranger to weather effects that can damage their homes. The Disaster Company makes our home in Weber County in order to best serve our neighbors who are in need of disaster repair to their home or place of business.

The Disaster Company is certified in fire damage restoration, flood damage restoration, wind/storm damage restoration, water damage restoration, bio hazardous damage restoration, and mold damage restoration. We’re on call around the clock so that we can respond immediately when you need us most.  

The Disaster Company Handles All of Weber County’s Disaster Repair Needs

When you are in a desperate disaster repair emergency, it can be tempting to work with anyone who says they are proficient in disaster repair. But don’t! Disaster repair services should only be carried out by those who are certified to do the work at hand. 

The Disaster Company takes our responsibility to the residents of Weber County seriously. We have earned the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification, the gold standard for disaster repair accreditation.  

Our certifications are just one reason that our Weber County neighbors call on us before any of the “big guys” in the industry. We provide national-level service with a commitment to local-level, neighborly customer care.  The best of both worlds!

Our efficient triage processes allow us to get to you quickly, often within an hour of your call. We move quickly to assess and document the damage, communicate with your insurer, present you with an itemized quote, and begin repair work as soon as you give us the green light. 

Weber County Residents Trust The Disaster Company for:

Fire Damage Restoration

No one plans to start a kitchen fire. Or a candle fire. Or a fireplace fire that rages out of control. Whether the fire affects one room or every room in your Weber County home, The Disaster Company is waiting for your call 24-7. 

Our fire damage clean up process encompasses everything from major repairs to document and photo restoration. You do not have to go through a house fire alone. The Disaster Company is there for you and your family through the trying and stressful experience of house fire clean up. 

Flood Damage Restoration

A flood at your home or business can cause a shocking amount of damage. Besides the potential structural damage that can be caused by standing water, a flood can also damage furnishings or inventory (in the case of a business) that is beyond repair. 

It can be tempting to try to remove water yourself to prevent further damage, but attempting to do flood damage clean up on your own is unadvisable, particularly because standing water can be electrified if power lines are damaged during the flood. 

Water Damage Restoration

How can you tell if hidden water damage is affecting your Weber County home? It’s not always clear right away, but a plumbing leak, roof leak, or HVAC leak can be detected in a number of ways, even  if it can’t be seen. 

Are your water bills increasing with no explanation? Do you notice paint or wallpaper that is beginning to peel? Are there damp spots under sinks that never dry out? Do your floors show signs of warping, damaged caulking, or loose tiles? If so, you may have a water damage problem in the making. Call us for water damage clean up, whether the job is big or small. 

Wind Damage Restoration

Wind/storm damage can cause headache after headache. Damage to the roof, windows, and siding must be repaired as soon as possible to prevent further damage from water and pest infiltration. Downed trees and other debris around the property should be removed immediately for the safety of your whole family. Water infiltration after the storm can promote dampness and mold infestation. 

We can solve all of these problems for you and more. Call The Disaster Company for wind/storm damage clean up. 

Mold Damage Restoration

Mold growth is smelly, unsightly, and potentially dangerous to your health. Mold spores are commonly known to cause respiratory distress, brain fog, and other harmful conditions. When mold affects your Weber County home, call The Disaster Company so we can address the cause of the problem, not just its obvious effects. 

Bio Hazardous Damage Restoration

Think of what “bio hazard” means. A bio hazard is harmful to life. Chemicals, blood and bodily fluids, rodent waste and infestation, crime scenes, medical waste…all of these potentially dangerous substances must be handled by experts. In fact, that may be the law if you are dealing with bio hazardous clean up at your place of business. Our certified and insured professional technicians will clean up bio hazardous materials the RIGHT way. 

Weber County, Utah

There are so many exciting activities to experience in Weber County that you may not be able to fit them all into a year of weekends! Skiing is certainly one of the area’s most vibrant pastimes, and there are several world-class ski resorts within easy reach of Weber County. 

There’s the Hill Air Force Base Aerospace Museum, historic Union Station, the Ogden Nature Center, and Waterfall Canyon Trail in Roy culminating in a spectacular view of the cascading waterfall. For kids, there’s the Treehouse Museum and George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park.   

Colleges in the area include Weber State University (home of the Natural History Museum), the University of Utah, Salt Lake Community College, and Westminster College.

Industries that draw workers to the Weber County area include biopharma, aerospace manufacturing, retail, and healthcare. We’re proud to help our Weber County neighbors pick up the pieces in the wake of any kind of disaster so that they can continue to enjoy life to the fullest in their vibrant community.