Bountiful, Utah Water Damage Company Shares Details Of Successfully Completed Project

December 02, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Centerville, UT based The Flood Co., a company that specializes in cleanup and restoration projects, has reached out to the community in order to share information regarding one of their most recent Bountiful Utah water damage cleanup stories. The company has been serving the Northern Utah and South West Wyoming communities for over 20 years, showing an outstanding commitment to their clients and earning a distinguished reputation for their excellent services.

Water damage is one of the most common issues faced by households across the US, as they can be caused by a variety of factors and are difficult to spot. The most common cause is water leaks, which are easy to overlook for long periods until the damage is too extensive to easily rectify. In these situations, the only way to commit repairs, prevent further damage, and clean any biohazards in the area is to hire a professional.

This is the situation that the company's most recent clients found themselves in, as they had a rental property which had been suffering from a water leak for several years without their knowledge. According to The Flood Co., this was one of the most challenging projects that they had encountered, as the water had been sinking into the house's walls and floors for over 15 years, causing extensive damage that exceeded many other projects they had been involved in. Additionally, the water leak problem was still present when the company arrived, creating another level of obstacles that needed to be addressed before they could proceed with the cleanup and restoration.

Daryl Olsen, a representative of The Flood Co., states, "There were signs of mold in this property, as it is to be expected in an area exposed to an on-going water leak for a decade and a half. This posed a significant threat to the household's health, so we took on the challenge of clearing the whole thing up and removing the mold, though there were some other issues that we had to take care of first."

As the water damage cleanup specialists note, they quickly determined that the cause of the water leak was the basement's shower. It had been installed incorrectly, causing it to leak whenever it was used. The leak extended to the area's floor and wall for over 15 years, which ultimately meant that little of the surrounding structure could be salvaged, cleaned and reused.

Despite these challenges, the experts state that they managed to clean up and restore the entire area affected by the water leak, though a full removal of the shower was necessary to eliminate all signs of mold growth in the space. For this specific project, they reassured their clients that contacting a company with extensive expertise and a proven history of success in the field was the correct decision. They further observed that failing to remove all signs of mold within the area would have put the health of the entire household at risk. It was only due to the expertise and experience of their contractors that they were able to fulfill the project without further problems.

The Flood Co. offers a wide variety of cleanup and restoration services, ensuring that every member of the Bountiful community can rely on them during emergencies. These services include Water Damage Cleanup and Repairs, Smoke and Fire Damage Restoration and Cleanup as well as Mold Testing and Removal. The company is able to respond to calls for help in many regions across Utah, including Box Elder County, Davis County, Salt Lake County, Summit County, Tooele County, and so on.

Additionally, they have several customer reviews that attest to the excellence of their services. Through the Google Maps platform, a satisfied client states, "We had sewage backed up in our basement. Kurt came out and did an evaluation and gave us multiple options at multiple price points. When he returned to do the work, he was quick, efficient and really helpful. I would definitely recommend Kurt and The Flood Company."

The company's website includes more information about the services provided by The Flood Co. as well as a contact form that customers may use to request an estimate for the work they want done. Additionally, interested parties may reach out to Daryl Olsen of The Flood Co. in order to follow up on any inquiries they may have.

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For more information about The Flood Co., contact the company here:

The Flood Co.
Daryl Olsen
801-294-7452
contact@thefloodco.com
1164 W 850 N
Centerville, UT 84014

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