Water Damage Restoration Utah

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Call 801-758-7801 to connect directly with water damage restoration experts. A select few of the best disaster companies are ready to tackle just about anything. Your call will be answered by the next readily available professional. If you see black spots growing or for flooding removal in your home or basement please be sure to call immediately.


“As a team of experts we can do more, respond to a disaster faster, and do it better!”


Our contracted professionals are on call 24/7 at 801-758-7801 for emergency response to any Utah disaster, water damage restoration, contamination removal, fires, and toxic black mold removal.

Water damage restoration services are located in Salt Lake City, UT and we connect you with companies ready throughout the state. Talk to someone for free who is Insurance knowledgeable about water damage, fires, and black mold cleanup and remediation.

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For Black Mold Cleanup in Utah:

NOTE: Toxic black mold in homes can spread spores in the air during cleanup if not professionally handled in the right way. Contamination and black moldy materials must be extracted safely and thoroughly to avoid risk of untoward health exposure and future black moldy re-growth in the home. This isn’t limited to just the black type but we understand the black spotted fungus growth is common in Utah. If you see black growth call to inquire about the possible dangers. For fires remediation or other disaster cleanup the process is similar in many ways.

The cleanup process is more simple than you might think and you will be guided each step of the way.



After Water Damage Happens: 8 Phase Remediation General Process

Step 1)  Call 24/7 Emergency Contact 801-758-7801

Your call begins the disaster cleanup process and helps in determining the number of personnel and equipment needed for the disaster.

Step 2)  Evaluating the Extent of the Black Mold Damage

A professional inspector will perform in home assessment to find the source and extent of infestation and investigate areas of water formation. They will recommend an on-site plan with you catered to help immediately act to remove contamination in order to protect you from further damage.

Step 3)  Containment

In order to prevent further damage the black mold is then quarantined via air containment to limit the chance of spread during cleanup.

Step 4)  Filter and Clean the Air

High powered HEPA filters are employed to filter and kill airborne spores and other harmful particles. Flood water brings in more contaminated material that requires deep HEPA cleaning.

Step 5)  Remove Damaged Material

The safest and most effective way to prevent fungus from growing back is to remove affected material. Nonporous materials can be cleaned with antimicrobial cleaners and sealant spray may be used for treating vulnerable areas to help increase resistant to water and future mold problems. The extent of removal is dependent on the level of damage. Sometimes flooding and fires can be a more extensive cleanup.

Step 6)  Dry the Area

Black mold removal and cleaning alone is not enough. A professional drying phase with proper equipment designed to extract humidity is immediately recommended to further kill fungal growth in more remote areas such as drywall, carpet, basement areas, etc. The drying phase is especially important when flooding has occurred.

Step 7)  Complete Restoration

After contaminated material is removed and harmful spores are cleaned then your home is to be tested for airborne spore density. When the air, surface moisture and backside of drywall is sufficiently clean a remediation and complete restoration with new materials takes place. This phase of the service is just as important as the prior steps because in order to have complete restoration it needs to feel like home again.

Step 8)  Final Surface and Air Quality Testing

The restored and clean home is again retested for any trace of fungal growth for surface areas and in the air quality after the rebuild. A final inspection of previously vulnerable problem areas of moisture, leak, or odor is the last phase. Vulnerable areas not made water safe is a common reason for another flooding.


Utah’s Free Flood Remediation Advice:ask for advice on mold removal

If located in Utah, simply contact 801-758-7801 for a No Obligation free informative consultation and get your flooding disaster, fires, or black mold remediation questions answered. Your call will be transferred to one of our contracted professional teams ready to respond.

We understand how useful it is to get questions answered by an expert about your unique situation or about insurance or to just get a better idea of the process of the black fungus damage in home cleanup.


Remediation Goals:

  • Over deliver on Utah Disaster Emergency Response time.
  • Provide the best in Utah cleanup companies who perform the most thorough world-class flooding, fire remediation and restoration

We Know Success is Attained When:

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  • Your home is fully restored, black mold free, and a delight to you again
  • Obtained yet another loyal customer and another 5 star review on Google
  • Our contracted service providers exceeds expectations and you want to recommend them as the #1 choice for repairing damages incurred from flooding or fires in Utah


Black Mold, Fires, Flooding, & Disasters Free Information:

We want to help answer questions about remediation even if you decide not to reach out to our contracted services. You will notice a great deal of information is included on our site which is designed to help as information only.

If you have a concern please contact your doctor or contact Utah agencies: Salt Lake County Health Department, Utah Mold Resources, or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More information on the different forms of dangerous growth besides black fungus such as mycotoxin, ammonia, mycotoxinsis is also found on the website of the Environmental Protection Agency. Again if you spot black growth it might be the toxic black fungus or it could be something else. If unsure please call and professionals will help whether or not you decide to have them do the actual work of water cleanup and contamination cleanup.

The articles informally consist of the most common questions the black mold experts are asked and represents opinion only.



Most Common Questions Answered by Black Mold Clean Up Experts:

  • How to Check for Black Mold
  • Can Black Mold Kill You
  • What does Black Mold Look Like
  • How does Black Mold Grow
  • Black Mold in Homes
  • What can Toxic Black Mold Do to You
  • Where does Toxic Black Mold Grow
  • Mycotoxin, Ammonia, Mycotoxins Helpful Info
  • Do-It-Yourself Alternative Remediation Ideas, and more.
  • If unsure where to start you can visit a popular article from contaminated black water cleanup experts here or on the side panel.


Contact Water Damage Restoration Utah Today 801-758-7801

The above number connects you to the most readily available specialist for an emergency cleanup. Property damage restoration experts are available to answer only local to Utah disaster clean up related questions.