Protecting Salt Lake City Basements from Flood Damage
Basements and crawlspaces in Salt Lake City are very susceptible to flood damage, cleanup and restoration should be completed as quickly as possible. These areas don't have particularly good ventilation, so water and humidity can accumulate, causing further damage. After extensive dehumidifying, repair to flood damaged walls, framing, and supports will be completed quickly by our expert contractors. Quickly getting restoration services to your flood damaged Salt Lake City property can save you money in the long term.
Cleanup of Flood Damaged Floors in Salt Lake City
Whether you have carpeting or hardwood floors, flood water can cause significant damage to your Salt Lake City property. The longer cleanup takes, flood damage can warp and degrade subflooring and support joists. This degradation can lead to structural issues that will be costly to remedy. Our flood damage repair contractors are available 24 hours a day so that further damage to your Salt Lake City property can be prevented.
Salt Lake City Flood Damage Restoration for Walls and Counters
Flood water not only damages flooring and basements but can seep up any absorbent material. Walls and countertops are often severely damaged in floods. When they become waterlogged, their materials expand, and even after thorough drying may never return to their original shape. The sooner one of ZeroMold's flood damage repair and restoration service contractors can be brought to your Salt Lake City property, the better chance that they will be able to recover your walls and cabinets, saving you money.
Call ZeroMold for Expert Water and Mold Mitigation Services in Salt Lake City
Water damage strikes at the most inconvenient times, leaving your home or business a mess. Our company has over 30 years of experience in emergency water removal and restoration. When you need help, contact ZeroMold for swift and thorough clean up and mold abatement services. Call or fill out a contact form to speak to one of our representatives, today!