Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Imagine the cleanup required after that 40 days/40 nights flood!

Sitting here amidst a Midwest drought, it's almost impossible to think of having TOO MUCH water around, but when there IS too much water, it's as much of a problem as too little, if not more.

I've never been involved in a flood, per se, although we did have some flash flooding once around our house, so I can't really know what it's like to have to clean up after a flood, and I hope I never do have to learn firsthand; imagine, the muck and mold and smell and rotting, wet, damp, stuff.

Who would want to clean that up on their own? Not me, and not many people, which is why if you ARE in a flood you should call some company like Action Extraction, this flood cleanup utah company that will get your property cleaned up thoroughly and quickly.

Not only that, but the flood restoration utah services Action Extraction provides are done by a crew that won't be swearing or acting vulgar -- they insist on good behavior from their workers, so you can be in your home while they work without worrying, and they use high-powered equipment.  They're ready day and night, and will bill your insurance company and save you the hassle of making a claim.

They do more than just flood cleanup; they'll do water extraction utah and carpet cleaning and upholstery, tile and grout cleaning, so if you've suffered (or are suffering) water damage, give them a call.


Andrew Leon said...

My mom killed our car in a flood once.

Stephen Hayes said...

Way back in the day when Bill Cosby produced comedy albums he did a bit on Noah that involved cleaning up after a flood, especially inside the bottom of the Arc. Very funny.