Bio Clean of Utah Provides Water Damage Cleanup In Park City

November 08, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Centerville, Utah based Bio Clean of Utah is reaching out to the wider community to share details about their recent Park City water damage cleanup job. The company provides cleanup services to homes that have been affected by flooding, mold, fires, and other disasters.

In their recent job, the Bio Clean of Utah team was contacted by a customer from Park City, Utah who had found wet carpets in the hallway of their single bedroom condo. When the team arrived on the scene, they found a buildup of water behind the wall that was caused by a leaky water heater. The team was able to ascertain that the leak had been going on for a while as the water heater was covered with mold. The team immediately set to work removing the mold, cleaning up the water damage, and then replacing the water heater.

Daryl Olsen, a representative for Bio Clean of Utah, says, “If you want to make sure that you are living a healthy life, it is essential that your home does not have any mold. As the biggest cause of mold is water damage, you need to act immediately if you are having any leaks or notice water accumulating in your house. In this particular case, the water heater had been leaking for a long period, leading to mold growth. Over time, the leak had allowed the mold to absolutely cover the water heater. If the issue had not been found and fixed, it could have led to serious health issues.”

The company provides their services for reasonable prices. In this instance, the water damage cleanup cost the homeowner $3000 and both mold removal and repair also cost the same. In addition to mold inspection and removal, Bio Clean of Utah also provides a number of other services, including fire and smoke damage cleanup, air duct cleaning, cleanup for water damage in Park City Utah, and more.

Olsen adds, “We firmly believe that what makes a company stand out is their customer service and their dedication to satisfying their customers. It is this policy that has allowed us to become one of the best disaster specialists in Utah. We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, because we know that emergencies can happen at any time. All you need to do is pick up the phone and give us a call, and we’ll be there to help you.”

The company’s attention to detail has earned them immense positive praise. Bio Clean of Utah maintains a perfect five star rating on Google. In a recent Google review, R. Hurley says, “Guided by the thorough, experienced hand of Daryl, Bio Clean salvaged the crawl space in our home, installing a sump pump system and sealing the moisture below a waterproof membrane. Two years later, he returned when called about an odor issue unrelated to the crawl space. The problem was analyzed quickly and recommendations were made. The word ‘trust’ comes to mind when thinking about Bio Clean.”

In another review, M. Hludzinski says, “Daryl and Sam were awesome. They were able to come out the same day and investigate a potential mold issue we had. They were honest and efficient; I could not be happier with the experience I had with them. They communicated well and were very responsive. Definitely recommended.”

The company is rated 4.8 on Facebook, out of 5. Here, Michael Hatz says, “Darrell and Bio Clean came highly recommended from my Home Inspector, who found mold in the crawlspace of the home we were buying. Lots of moisture from water intrusion caused the mold and water damage. Darrell and his crew were awesome. They carefully removed all the mold and treated the affected areas, and then installed a brand new vapor barrier on the ground. All at a very reasonable cost. As a realtor in Park City, I highly recommend Bio Clean for any hazardous cleanup needs.”

Those who want to learn more about Bio Clean of Utah and the variety of services they provide can find more information on the company’s website. Interested parties are also encouraged to get in touch with Daryl Olsen for further details. In addition to their website, Bio Clean of Utah also has a page on Facebook, where they post updates, share information, and communicate with their clients.


For more information about Bio Clean of Utah, contact the company here:

Bio Clean of Utah
Daryl Olsen
858 North 1250 West
Centerville, Utah 84014

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