Hire a Water Damage Cleanup Professional
A slow leak in your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) unit can cause destructive water damage that may take weeks or even months to notice. HVAC units can leak as a result of neglect, improper maintenance or a malfunctioning component in the system. The risks associated with an HVAC leak are costly damage to the floor, walls, and ceiling of your home or office.
Commonly, HVAC leaks occur with a blockage within the system’s drainage mechanism that leads to a run-off of accumulated water. There are many different culprits that can cause your HVAC unit to become compromised, causing a leak. In most cases, the property owners are completely unaware of the problem until it’s too late. At the first sign of damage, contact a professional water damage restorage company to find the source of the leak and complete repairs before further expensive damage occurs.
Our HVAC related water damage repair experts at Disaster Doctors are on call 24/7 and can be at your door in 60 minutes or less. Located in Salt Lake City, our knowledgeable and friendly professionals proudly serve clients across The Wasatch Front from Lehi to Sandy and Midvale. We will provide you with a free repair estimate and bill directly to your insurance company.
The Most Common Causes of HVAC Leakage
While there are many different potential causes of a leaking AC, by far the most common stems from a clogged air filter. The filter in your home or office HVAC should be replaced at least every three months or sooner based on the filter manufacturers recommended guidelines. It is recommended that homeowners with pets or who run their HVAC units 6-12 month out of the year, check the HVAC filter once a month. Other common issues that may be the cause of your leaky HVAC unit include:
- Low Refrigerant
- Frozen Condenser
- Built-Up Condensation
- Cracked Drain Pan
- Dirty Evaporator Coil
- Clogged Drain
- Disconnected Drain
- Dirty Evaporator Coil
Take Immediate Action to Prevent Further Damage
Clean-up and water damage repairs should not be delayed to prevent further structural destruction and even a brief delay can result in dangerous mold growth. Ensure your safety and the safety of your family by contacting the professionals at Disaster Doctors to help you assess the damage and perform the necessary clean-up and restoration. Our IICRC trained and certified technicians understand the urgency for immediate action. We will promptly restore your home or business to like-new condition with innovative testing and disaster restoration equipment.
Clean-up by skilled professionals with training and experience immediately following water damage caused by an leaking HVAC will ensure further damage is averted. Disaster Doctors are here when you need us, and we are committed to helping residents and business owners in Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas to avoid additional costly extensive damage, including:
- Mold Growth
- Carpet Damage
- Drywall Damage
- Collapsed Ceiling
- Weakened Flooring
- Electrical Issues
Professional Water Damage Restoration Process in Salt Lake City
Our professionals at Disaster Doctors utilize advanced restoration techniques, tailored to each individual project. We employ the necessary services, as needed, to help you get back to normal as quickly as possible. Our HVAC related water damage repairs include:
- Pumping out settled water from the property.
- Thoroughly drying all surface areas including walls and ceilings.
- Cleaning & disinfecting the impacted area to prevent potential contamination to other areas.
- Eliminate and Prevent mildew and mold to ensure it does not reoccur.
- Dispose of all damaged and contaminated materials including construction materials, furnishings and other items that cannot be restored.
- Restoration and repair of structural damage, flooring and furnishings.
Contact Disaster Doctors for HVAC Related Water Damage Repair in Utah
If are faced with water damage caused by a leaking HVAC, contact Disaster Doctors today at 801-210-1988 for fast, professional water damage repair services in Utah. Our licensed and certified technicians have the experience diligently adhere to IICRC S-500 and S-520 guidelines set forth for our industry to ensure your safety and the safety of your property.