A: We provide work and bids all along the Wasatch Front from north of Ogden to south of Provo; and from Park City area to Grantsville and Tooele.
A: Active mold is generally wet or fuzzy. It can be green, black, orange, or purple in color. Inactive mold is white and dry and can appear powdery. Another way to detect mold is by smell: mold has a distinctive musty odor. If you have concerns regarding mold, an independent mold test can give the mold counts in an area to determine if levels are safe or not.
A: Mold can grow anywhere: indoors and outdoors. The most common area mold growth occurs is in an area with faucets or water spouts such as a kitchen, bathroom, or laundry area. Mold is also very common in basements.
A: In most cases within our coverage area, Restoremasters’ response time is within 60-90 minutes or less.
A: Restoremasters gives a 1-year warranty on all workmanship and materials used to restore your property.
A: If you are able, begin moving furniture or place plastic or foil under furniture legs to prevent carpet staining. At your discretion, you may want to turn off power at the breaker for the affected area. Don’t use electrical equipment around the affected area such as shop vacs or wet/dry vacs as they can start a fire or cause bodily shock. If applicable, move small items away from water area, especially items stored inside large furniture such as china from a hutch or DVD’s from an entertainment center.
A: Restoremasters uses state-of-the-art equipment to dry out areas within 24-48 hours before mold will set in. In carpeted areas, it is necessary in most cases to remove the pad under carpet to expedite the drying process. Restoremasters will also apply an anti-microbial solution to prevent mold or mildew from growing.