The Flood Co., based in Centerville, Utah, has reported on their ongoing water damage cleanup job for a home in Layton, Utah. The homeowner had discovered before the technicians reached the home that the source of the water was a crack in a drain line from the kitchen. While black ABS drain lines are expected to last a long time, it was found that there was a split in the pipe that resulted in two rooms getting water damaged. The estimated repair costs is $7,000 and the work is currently ongoing. Those who would like to know more about the water damage cleanup services offered by the company can check out https://www.thefloodco.com/water-damage-cleanup-layton-utah/.
Daryl Olsen, president of The Flood Co., says, “We have been working on a water damage cleanup project for a home in Layton. Water coming out of a cracked drain pipe can actually do a lot of damage if it is not attended to as soon as possible. In this particular case, it has caused water damage in two of the rooms in the house. As you can see, such a situation can be costly as the estimated repair costs is $7,000.”
He continues, “Water damage is an emergency. The longer the water sits, the more damage is done. You don’t need to contact your insurance company before seeking our services. We can help you with your insurance claims so that you don’t have to cover the entire cost of the repair and restoration. More often than not, people say the wrong thing to their insurance companies, and they end up invalidating their claims resulting in no compensation. We can help you avoid this by talking to your insurance company on your behalf. We have many years of experience in serving the residents of Layton Utah.”
A common part of the home that can get flooded and water damaged is the basement. That is why a flooded basement cleanup is one of their most commonly used services. There are many ways that a basement can get flooded and these include a pipe leak, a water heater with a faulty pressure release valve, a leaking dishwasher, and toilet overflow. And one of the most difficult problems is a sewer line backup where black water gets inside the home, thereby contaminating the floor, carpet, and other items in the home. This can cause bacterial and viral problems that can affect the health of family members.
Another problem that The Flood Co. can help with is smoke and fire damage. Fires of various sizes can result into substantial damage for the home or business. It is not just the fire but the resulting smoke and soot damage, including the water that is used to extinguish the fire that can cause damage to the home. The water damage has to be attended to as early as possible just like with any flooding situation. And the smoke resident and soot will also need to resolved as soon as possible. This is because soot is highly acidic and in just a matter of days, it can cause permanent damage to various surfaces in the home or building, including furniture. An initial cleaning must be performed immediately and this should include the neutralization of the strong acid.
And then there is mold damage cleanup. Mold in a home or any living space is a health issue and has to be removed. That is why The Flood Co. offers mold inspection to detect the presence of mold. If mold is detected, they will proceed with mold removal, which they will perform under negative pressure, utilizing HEPA-filtered air scrubbers.
Homeowners and other property owners who are interested in the water damage cleanup and restoration services offered by The Flood Co. may want to check out their website at https://www.thefloodco.com/, or contact them through the telephone or via email. Their services cover a wide range of places in Utah, such as Box Elder County, Davis County, Salt Lake County, Summit County, Tooele County, Utah County, Wasatch County, Logan, Heber City, and Weber County.
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