Utah Disaster Specialists Recommends Landscape Update Following Kamas Mold Inspection

October 15, 2019
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Utah Disaster Specialists (UDS), headquartered in Centerville, Utah, recently advised a client that they should change the landscape on their property to avoid future water damage. This recommendation was made following a mold inspection. The company, one of the leading disaster specialists in Utah, is known for the honest assessments they provide. This makes them one of the top ranked choices from whom to request a thorough inspection for water damage and mold.

Speaking about the Kamas Utah mold inspection, company spokesperson Daryl Olsen said, “This inspection was for a home being purchased by a doctor who was concerned about an air sample that showed very low levels of mold. He wanted a mold inspection done before purchase. Our inspection found limited water damage in a few locations; however, no mold was found over the course of our inspection. We later noticed that the property’s landscaping had a negative slope that could be the cause of the water damage, and so recommended that the client change the landscape to correct the possibility of future water damage.” Notably, the client was only charged for the cost of the mold inspection.

Many home purchasers are now savvy enough to ask for an air sample to test for mold. Utah Disaster Specialists, who boasts a Better Business Bureau rating of A+, wants every homeowner to know how they can reduce the risk of mold—and what to do if an infestation is found. Household mold can create unsightly stains; more importantly, it can make the environment unhealthy to live in, particularly for those who have compromised immune systems, such as the elderly and the very young. The company is always quick to point out that mold should be removed by a trained professional, as an inexperienced individual may wind up inhaling or spreading the spores rather than fixing the problem.

When professionals like UDS’s technicians come in to do mold damage cleanup, they have all the protective equipment required for the job, including gloves, respirators, and safety goggles. This helps minimize their exposure to the mycotoxins which have been shown to affect people negatively, including symptoms that include memory loss, chronic fatigue, concentration loss, headaches, nose and throat irritation, nausea, and serious swelling in the legs, ankles and feet.

UDS was recently featured on WBOC, in an article that announced their continuing expansion of services and widening service area in Utah. The article highlighted that, according to their customers, the company is always willing to help out, even when other companies turn down requests for assistance. UDS is known for going above and beyond to help those in need.

The company provides a full range of services to help Utah residents get through any sort of disaster, undertaking water damage cleanup, fire and smoke damage cleanup, air duct cleaning, sewage cleanup, and mold damage clean up. Thanks to their vast experience, they are able to deal effectively with virtually any type of cleanup project and will not hesitate to do everything in their power to get the job done.

This is echoed by their customers in online reviews. For example, Dave Boyer gave them top marks in their Google review, saying, “We had a water leak in our basement from the main shut off valve. They provided the equipment we needed to dry things out. They responded promptly. They were knowledgeable and offered some excellent suggestions. I got no sense of trying them trying to take advantage of the situation.”

Olsen continued, “We know that not taking care of things promptly can turn a small repair into a much bigger—and more costly—affair for homeowners. As we head into winter, it’s probably best to take care of any delayed maintenance, since any extra dust and allergens in air ducts can cause health problems. We also advise that you keep the indoor humidity between a range of 30% to 50% to reduce the risk of mold.”

Those who wish to schedule a mold inspection may call, email, or use the contact form on the website to get in touch with the company. The company is also active on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, providing insights into some of the ways they have helped their customers, and providing advice to anyone looking to avoid making costly mistakes.



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Utah Disaster Specialists takes care of all of your disaster cleanup needs. We take care of everything from water damage cleanup, mold inspection and removal as well as fire & smoke damage repair.

Contact Utah Disaster Specialists:

Daryl Olsen
270 West 1450 North
Centerville, Utah 84014
801-203-3524

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