Structural Cleaning After a Disaster in Southwest Idaho
The last thing you want to do after your property has suffered a major emergency is wait. Fortunately Cleanup & Total Restoration professionals are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Home and business owners in Southwest Idaho trust us for structural cleaning after water, mold, and fire disasters. We utilize the industry’s best practices and IICRC standards, using state-of-the-art equipment and cleaning technology to return your home or business to its original state.
In combination with the materials to be cleaned, the type of damage your home or business has experienced will determine the necessary agents and methods for proper restoration. We know your establishment means a lot to you. That’s why we take the time to carefully inspect then repair your property. Any structural, electrical, and plumbing issues will be discovered and fixed correctly to ensure your establishment is in pristine condition.
Don’t worry about receiving a bill. CTR is a full-service company that works with and bills your insurance company directly. Your safety is our top priority.
Don’t wait a moment longer. Fill out our form or call the 24/7 emergency response hotline today at (208) 907-3830.
CTR is There For You From Start to Finish
Our emergency response contractors provide 24/7 emergency services.
When damage happens, time is of the essence. That’s why we’re on-site within minutes of your call.
We’ll conduct a thorough assessment of the damages, then provide a detailed plan of action.
Our experts mitigate potential hazards and revive your establishment to its pre-loss condition.
Get Back To Normal
We’re a full-services company experienced and certified to restore your property from start to finish.
Types of Disasters that Cause Structural Damage
Weather conditions can change in an instant. What you originally thought to be a passing storm can quickly morph into a water damage nightmare. Depending on where you live in Idaho, you’ll experience one or all of these natural disasters:
Safety Tips After a Disaster
Despite the stress and worry you likely feel, be sure to protect yourself and your loved ones during the cleanup after a flood, earthquake, fire, or other disaster.
Follow the safety tips below:
Major vs Minor Structural Damage
Structural defects can compromise the integrity of your property and significantly lower its value. To help you better identify structure abnormalities, we’re going to break down major and minor defects.
When evaluating your property for major structural issues, a certified technician will determine if the building’s major elements are load-bearing. This includes but isn’t limited to:
Cracked flooring and slabs
Load-bearing floor slabs
Fire safety systems
When you have or suspect structural damage, you don’t want to leave anything to chance. Contact a qualified company like CTR to perform a thorough assessment of the damages and provide an honest evaluation of your property’s structural abnormalities.
- Exposed gaps between walls
- Wall and ceiling cracks
- Uneven flooring
- Warped ceilings
- Crumbling concrete
CTR Structural Cleaning Services
When you suffer from a catastrophic flood, mold, or fire disaster, you need a skilled, experienced company to handle all aspects of the cleanup and restoration process. That’s where we come in. Cleanup & Total Restoration is a company you can trust for structural cleaning after water, mold, and fire disasters have caused significant damage. CTR specialists are committed to removing all hazardous materials from your establishment. We’ll thoroughly assess the property and tailor plans to address water damage issues based on your property. Learn more about structural cleaning or call (208) 505-9093 to request services.
Why Do Idaho Residents Choose CTR?
- 24/7 emergency response
- Full-service restoration
- Trained, licensed, bonded, and insured
- Certified technicians
- Superior customer service
- Upfront pricing, no hidden fees
- Industry-leading moisture extraction technology
- Advanced dehumidification and sanitization processes