Bio Clean Of Utah Offers Water Damage Restoration In Salt Lake City - Press Release - Digital Journal

Bio Clean Of Utah Offers Water Damage Restoration In Salt Lake City - Press Release - Digital Journal

Bio Clean Of Utah Offers Water Damage Restoration In Salt Lake City - Press Release - Digital Journal

Posted: 09 Sep 2019 04:10 PM PDT

Bio Clean of Utah, a Utah based company under The Flood Co., would like to make Utah residents aware of their water damage restoration services. Water damage can occur as a result of a number of different things, from heavy flooding to damaged appliances, leaks, and accidents. No matter what precautions one may take, one's home may sometimes suffer serious water damage, and finding a professional to help dry and restore the damaged area properly is crucial to preserving the home's integrity. Bio Clean of Utah has the knowledge and skill required to attend to all kinds of water damage.

"The most common problems that homeowners experience in their homes is water damage," says the company, a statement that is echoed on their website. "Water can damage carpet, drywall, floors, and a whole lot more. The longer the water sits, the more likely other problems such as mold and mildew are to arise. The water damage remediation technicians at The Flood Co. are highly trained and certified in water damage restoration; in most cases we can dry out your property in as few as 2-3 days. We can take care of any type of water and flood damage, including leaky and broken pipes, toilet and sink overflow, and dishwasher, water heater, and washing machine malfunction, in addition to storm damage. We can also do sewage damage cleanup and removal as well as provide mold removal and reconstruction."

Damage from water and bacterial growth can begin as quickly as a few hours after exposure. If one should find themselves facing a major spill, they are advised to remove as much water as possible by blotting and mopping. They should also remove rugs or other floor coverings from the wet area. Homeowners are further advised to wipe furniture, prop wet furniture cushions, and place aluminum foil under furniture legs. It is also important to move photos, paintings, and other art objects to a safe, dry location, and books should be packed tightly to avoid warping of their pages. Homeowners that take these precautions while waiting for the specialists to arrive and further mitigate the damage done to their belongings will find the process of restoration far easier and more effective than it would be otherwise.

There are a number of actions one must be careful to avoid doing following water damage. Firstly, it is important to avoid entering a room with standing water until the electricity has been turned off in order to reduce the risk of injury—and even death—by electrocution. Using a household vacuum to remove water can be dangerous, so it is advised that one wait for a professional to deal with the situation. Tacked down carpet should not be lifted or moved, electrical appliances should not be used, and mold should not be disturbed until the professionals arrive.

It is vital that homeowners act fast whenever there is a risk of serious water damage so that the damage done is kept to a minimum. As Bio Clean of Utah says, "Water damage remediation is an emergency business. That is why we are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our quick response reduces your suffering and saves money. Water damage claims in Salt Lake City increase substantially if prompt action is not taken to contain the damage."

The company has been serving Northern Utah and South West Wyoming for over 20 years, specializing in water damage restoration, fire and smoke damage restoration, mold damage restoration, and air duct cleaning. Using NADCA cleaning guidelines, they ensure that their clients' homes are restored fully to the state they were in before any sort of damage occurred. "Over the years, we've made many improvements and refinements to our restoration methods," says the company. "We are happy with the results and we are confident you will be too. If we fail to restore your home to pre-damage condition, give us a call. We will make it right."

Bio Clean of Utah is available 24 hours a day to deal with all kinds of water-related damage restoration projects. Find out more about Salt Lake City Utah water damage services online, or contact Daryl Olsen of Bio Clean of Utah to make further inquiries.


For more information about Bio Clean of Utah, contact the company here:

Bio Clean of Utah
Daryl Olsen
858 North 1250 West Centerville, Utah 84014

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