LATEST NEWS FROM SUMMIT RESTORATION

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Everything You Need to Know About Asbestos

Everything You Need To Know About Asbestos

You’ve probably heard a lot about asbestos and it’s dangers, but do you really know what it is? Most people don’t. Television ads warn about developing mesothelioma from exposure to the toxic substance. It’s been known as an invisible and deadly toxin, and taking the

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What is the Process for Mold Remediation

What is the Process for Mold Remediation?

For homeowners and business owners, mold is the stuff nightmares are made of, but luckily, there’s mold remediation. It can help restore your property to its original, mold-free state. If you’re wondering what the process for mold remediation is, here’s everything you need to know.

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Serving Cities Throughout Utah

You can be assured, when disaster strikes, we are prepared. Our strategic planning and knowledge allow us to mobilize damages and produce a quick recovery rate. For any type of water damage from bursting basement pipes to overflowing flood waters, we are prepared for the

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Expert Restoration Team

Disaster damage work is not just about cleaning the debris and rebuilding, it is also about making the property comfortable and healthy to be in. Damages does have other side effects such smell, odor, humidity, pollution and other unhealthy substances that make our environment unhealthy

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What Causes Water and Flood Damage

What Causes Water and Flood Damage

Water and flood damage is caused by water pooling in areas that are dry, but being aware of its causes can help you take preventative measures.   Though hurricanes and torrential rains are some causes of flooding, most people won’t live through a seriously damaging hurricane

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The Dangers of Fire and Smoke Damage

Fire and smoke damage is responsible for billions of dollars of property damage every year across the nation.  What’s worse, around 6,000 people die annually in fires and over half of those are due to smoke inhalation. Unfortunately, the dangers of fire and smoke damage

READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM SUMMIT RESTORATION

News and industry information

Everything You Need to Know About Asbestos

Everything You Need To Know About Asbestos

You’ve probably heard a lot about asbestos and it’s dangers, but do you really know what it is? Most people don’t. Television ads warn about developing mesothelioma from exposure to the toxic substance. It’s been known as an invisible and deadly toxin, and taking the

READ MORE
What is the Process for Mold Remediation

What is the Process for Mold Remediation?

For homeowners and business owners, mold is the stuff nightmares are made of, but luckily, there’s mold remediation. It can help restore your property to its original, mold-free state. If you’re wondering what the process for mold remediation is, here’s everything you need to know.

READ MORE

Serving Cities Throughout Utah

You can be assured, when disaster strikes, we are prepared. Our strategic planning and knowledge allow us to mobilize damages and produce a quick recovery rate. For any type of water damage from bursting basement pipes to overflowing flood waters, we are prepared for the

READ MORE

Expert Restoration Team

Disaster damage work is not just about cleaning the debris and rebuilding, it is also about making the property comfortable and healthy to be in. Damages does have other side effects such smell, odor, humidity, pollution and other unhealthy substances that make our environment unhealthy

READ MORE
What Causes Water and Flood Damage

What Causes Water and Flood Damage

Water and flood damage is caused by water pooling in areas that are dry, but being aware of its causes can help you take preventative measures.   Though hurricanes and torrential rains are some causes of flooding, most people won’t live through a seriously damaging hurricane

READ MORE

The Dangers of Fire and Smoke Damage

Fire and smoke damage is responsible for billions of dollars of property damage every year across the nation.  What’s worse, around 6,000 people die annually in fires and over half of those are due to smoke inhalation. Unfortunately, the dangers of fire and smoke damage

READ MORE