From small to large fire disasters; the immediate and long term affects from any type of fire damage creates one of the hardest trials any family or business can endure. At Disaster Professionals, our job is to completely lighten the load on families and businesses after a fire. We handle everything from start to finish— from fire, water and smoke cleanup to the total restoration of your property after a fire and the subsequent flooding that usually follows. We are Utah’s fire damage professionals!
Types of Fires That Require Our Restoration Services Include:
Within a matter of minutes, we can be on-site beginning the fire and smoke cleanup and restoration process!
We take care of your insurance claims from start to finish. We know all the intricate details of the complicated realm of insurance claims.
Our fire damage professionals are experienced and able to handle the after-effects of a fire such as flooding, water damage, smoke damage, structural integrity restoration, interior construction and fixture restoration. Our experts can be on site to begin the restoration process within minutes! We also work with your insurance so you don’t have to deal with the added stress after a fire.
Fires can cause additional damage beyond the direct impact of the initial fire. There are various types of smoke and each can cause its own unique damage all of which will affect the extent of restoration. Smoke moves to the upper level of the property and can embed itself in paint, carpet and plumbing systems. Disaster Professionals can mitigate and restore all fire damage and water damage.
After the cleanup process from a fire completed, we then begin the restoration side of the project to get your property back to it’s original state before the fire occurred. The extent of any restoration depends on where the fire occurred and how much damage was done by the fire as well as the fire department to exterminate the fire and the water damage that followed. Our experts will inform you up-front as well keeping you completely informed during the entire fire cleanup and restoration process.