- Experienced technicians
- Latest drying technology
- Mold remediation services
There are many ways in which water damage can occur, with one of the top five being a broken pipe. When a broken pipe has flooded your home, it’s important to begin the water damage cleanup process as quickly as possible. The sooner the water damage cleanup process begins, the greater the odds your dwelling and all of its contents can be restored to its original state. At Utah Disaster Kleenup (UDK), our teams are experts – we have a fast response time and use the latest technology for the restoration process.
Other restoration companies say they are faster, but bring in equipment from other states.
We’re local, and have everything needed for water removal necessary due to a broken pipe.
You need an experienced team to properly clean up and dry out your home after a broken pipe causes water damage, as well as help process your damage claims with your homeowner’s insurance company. Even a little water can get behind cabinets and walls, under carpets and flooring, and into drywall. Our technicians are trained in the latest drying technology and techniques to handle any water removal.
UDK is a local business, based in Draper, with a 27,000 sq ft facility housing cleanup equipment and personal property storage and restoration activity. There are no delays in waiting for out-of-state equipment – nobody in Utah can respond faster. We will have people evaluating your situation, extracting standing water, and drying flooring and cabinets within hours of your call.
Water Damaged Caused by a Broken Pipe
People across the Wasatch Front have trusted UDK since 1974.
Drying water damage quickly is essential to preventing the spread of mold. If mold has taken root in your home, UDK can also perform mold remediation. Eradicating mold safely with EPA-approved antimicrobial treatment is our specialty.
UDK is also a full-service general contractor for any reconstruction work – walls, floors, ceilings, woodwork – to fully restore your home back to the way it was before a broken pipe caused water damage.