Whether your home was flooded by groundwater, home water system malfunction, or falling water, flood damage restoration of your home can be a serious headache. Homeowners can also find themselves faced with thousands of dollars in repair bills. Also, your home could be compromised structurally, or perhaps invaded by mold, or just unsafe to occupy. So what do you do when such adversity appears? Fortunately, there’s a restoration company located in Utah that can take care of your Utah Flood Damage restoration needs with excellent service, in a timely manner.
AAA Restoration has been providing professional, reliable restoration services for decades. We are one of the oldest restoration companies in the state. Along with A+ Rating with the BBB, we have the expertise and ability to repair and restore your home to its original state in an expeditious manner. You can rest assure that AAA will provide the security and assurance needed during these challenging moments. Not to mention at a price that’s affordable for most people’s budget.
Our inspection analysis of water damage is comprised of three categories.
This category is comprised of water damage from clean water sources such as, broken water pipes, toilets, and sinks.
This category is derived from the opposite of category one. It’s comprised of water damage from coming from unsanitary sources such as sewage, standing water, and flooding rivers.
Water damage from “grey water” usually is derived from appliances like dishwashers and washing machines. Overflowing toilets are also considered part of this category too.
The assessment of the water damage gives us a clear path on which removal technique is necessary to alleviate the problem.
Drying and dehumidification is the next step following the removal of the water. This is applied to the floor as well as absorbent surfaces to remove any moisture which can create bacteria. Air scrubbers are utilized to prevent moisture and air particles too. Antimicrobial treatments are implemented to treat carpets, drapery, and furniture.
Cleaning and Sanitation
Anything that has been affected by the water must be sanitized and cleaned. This process is to prevent mold and the growth of bacteria.
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Perhaps the most critical part of the cleanup procedure is restoration. This entails replacement of damaged structural components such as tile, insulation, and drywall. This has to be carefully done because of exposure to toxic materials such as asbestos and lead. This mainly happens in older models houses though.
Peace of Mind
To give you complete reassurance of a thoroughly completed restoration project, the removal of contaminated, wet and mildewed materials is a must. We remove these items as fast as possible to prevent harmful microorganisms to thrive and grow. We follow up after the procedure is complete, this is done to reassure you that we are here to ensure your complete satisfaction.
Please feel free to contact us today for a complimentary consultation regarding any water damage concerns. This is what we’re here for. To give Utah residents a piece of mind in troubled times.