The arrival of spring can mean many exciting things: warmer weather, longer nights, and more time spent outside. Unfortunately, the spring thaw can also bring some unexpected issues, such as sprinkler systems leaking underground. Water leaks are more likely to occur when the ground thaws and the sprinklers are turned back on for the
There are natural disasters and weather-related risks associated with any area that you choose to live. Much of Utah is dry desert, where arid ground does not easily soak up water during heavy rainfall and sometimes results in Utah flash floods. Flash flooding has been exacerbated in recent years by severe drought and climate
There is no way around it. Water damage restoration could be in your future. As the weather becomes less predictable every year, the chances of needing water damage service increases. Even if you don't live in a stormy area, a house flood can happen to you. A burst pipe, an overflowing toilet, or troubles with
How To Spot Water Damage Before It Gets Serious Did you know that over 70% of homes have some type of mold in them? According to the CDC, the most common types of mold found in a home are Aspergillus, Penicillium, and Cladosporium. Nearly 28% of Americans have genes that predispose them to problematic mold-related
Tips to Prevent Basement Flooding in Utah There’s nothing worse than finding your basement flooded. Water damage, mold, and cleanup is a disaster that is difficult to clean up and if it involves sewage, can be dangerous. Basements flood for multiple reasons: sewer backups and breakage, water runoff from landscaping, broken pipes, and weather conditions.
Every year, Utah homeowners gear up for the annual winter thaw. Fast melting snow and spring rain places massive stress on homes and commercial buildings. Tiny leaks, damaged roofs, burst pipes, and faulty HVAC systems can cause extensive water damage, mold growth, and thousands of dollars in repair fees. Even the smallest water leaks can
Whether you’ve just noticed a discolored spot on your ceiling or have had a leak for months, a water damaged ceiling is something no one wants to see. Even so, it must be dealt with promptly to avoid further damage. Even if you know there’s a problem, you might not know how to fix