Posts by: Jon

Fire and Water Damage Repair

  • 28th March 2016

The process of Utah fire and water restoration can be very stressful and requires a lot of involvement. For private homeowners and common residents especially, the devastation itself is already too much for them not to mention the cleaning up of the damage afterwards. That is why the best way…

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Salt Lake City Water Damage

Salt Lake City Water Damage

  • 27th February 2016

The most common damage for home owners and business in the greater Salt Lake City area and Utah County is water damage. Because water and water damage restoration can be expensive if you don’t have insurance we advise looking at your insurance policy and see what it will cover and…

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Mold Remediation – is it possible?

Mold Remediation – is it possible?

  • 20th February 2016

Mold is not only horrible to look at but it can also be a dangerous health risk. Therefore mold removal is a vital job that needs precise and careful work to get rid of fully. Mold remediation may sound simple. After all, once the mold is detected it should be…

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Water Damage Insurance in Utah

Water Damage Insurance in Utah

  • 15th February 2016

Insurance for water damage in your house is often part of your general house owner policy. Your insurance may cover damages that are due to appliance that leaks or pipe that burst, but many if you exposed to a tornado, flood, or hurricane. For this type of coverage you will…

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Customer Success Story.

Customer Success Story.

  • 30th September 2014

A Utah Disaster Cleanup customer shares her thoughts and experience with UTDRS and the cleanup they did after a washing machine broke and flooded her basement.

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Mold removal in Salt Lake City – don’t try it on your own

Mold removal in Salt Lake City – don’t try it on your own

  • 25th February 2014

Mold can grow anywhere there is moisture. Mold removal is an issue that many people have to face on a daily basis. With mold hazards come health problems associated with allergies and even deeper problems, especially with black mold. There are two steps in the removal process: mold assessment and…

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The best Fire Extinguisher for Home

The best Fire Extinguisher for Home

  • 1st February 2014

Fire extinguishers are considered one of the “must have tools” in a house. Today, there are lots of people that need to put out flames from a candle gone bad or a kitchen fires in their home. Some of the homeowners leave their cooking pan unattended and this is one…

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How to Get the Cigarette Smell Out

How to Get the Cigarette Smell Out

  • 23rd January 2014

Nothing is worse than a bad odor. Disgustingly filthy smell of tobacco occupies every corner of your house whenever you forget to step out while smoking cigarette. Cigarette smell is sharply unpleasant and becomes a reason of embarrassment when surprisingly guests are standing at your door. Smoke smell doesn’t only…

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Mold Can Still Growth in the Winter

Mold Can Still Growth in the Winter

  • 9th January 2014

Believe it or not, mold growth in winter and can actually increase. In the colder months, houses are shut up they become increased mold hazards. The cold weather can limit the production and spread of mold spores, but the mold spores that are already inside the house cannot escape. They…

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