Hire a Refrigerator/Ice Maker Leak Cleanup Professional

Refrigerator and Ice Maker Leak Cleanup in Salt Lake City, UT

Call us ANY time at 801-210-1988

At the first sign of water damage contact a professional water damage restoration company to help determine the extent of the damage, clean up standing water to eradicate and prevent mold and mildew and make the necessary repairs so you can get your kitchen up and running again. Give SLC, Utah water damage professionals at Disaster Doctors a call today at 801-210-1988 today for a free quote!

Signs Your Water is Leaking from the Refrigerator or Ice Maker

A water leak in your refrigerator is instantly noticeable with dampness or puddling on the bottom shelf. But a leak caused by a clogged, cracked or frozen defrost drain will overflow the drain, accumulate in the collection compartment and cause an overflow leak on the floor that may go unnoticed for weeks. Other issues may include a water valve leak, leaky fill tube extension or a loose or unsecured water line from the ice maker. Damage from a slow continual or repetitive leak can wreak havoc on your kitchen floor, surrounding appliances, cupboards, and furniture. Some signs you should watch for include:

  • Moisture or Pooling Water on the Bottom Shelf
  • Water on the Floor Under or Near the Fridge
  • Ice on the Freezer Floor
  • Moisture on the Freezer Door

If you suspect a leak coming from your fridge or ice maker, our water damage professionals at Disaster Doctors recommend unplugging the refrigerator from the power supply before attempting any cleanup or maintenance to minimize the possibility of electric shock. Our knowledgeable and friendly technicians are on call 24/7 for your refrigerator/ice maker leak cleanup in Salt Lake City, UT.

Take Immediate Action to Prevent Further Water Damage

In order to prevent further water damage, it is important to take preventative measures and contact the professionals at Disaster Doctors in Utah for emergency water damage clean up. Our IICRC trained and certified technicians are licensed, bonded and insured and will work with you to develop a tailored restoration plan to target your individual water damage needs. To minimize the risk of injury or exposure to potentially harmful mildew or toxic mold, we recommend the following:

  • Unplug the Appliance to prevent electric shock.
  • Detect the Leak and turn off the water source.
  • Thoroughly Dry the Area by mopping up standing water and using fans or a dehumidifier.
  • Document the Damage for your insurance company.
  • Begin Restoration by cleaning, disinfecting and repairing or removing damaged materials.
  • Or, Call Disaster Doctors at 801-754-4134 to promptly restore your kitchen to like-new condition with innovative disaster restoration techniques.

Professional Water Damage Restoration

When you choose professional water damage clean-up for your refrigerator or ice maker leak, you’re choosing all the skill and knowledge of professionals with training and experience to get the job done right, the first time. Our courteous restoration technicians at Disaster Doctors proudly serve residential and commercial clients across the Wasatch Front and will ensure any further water damage is averted. We provide remediation and restoration for the following:

  • Mold Growth
  • Carpet Damage
  • Weakened Flooring
  • Drywall Damage
  • Electrical Issues
  • Damaged Furnishings

Contact Disaster Doctors for Refrigerator and Ice Maker-related Water Damage Restoration in Utah

Disaster Doctors proudly serve residential and commercial clients across The Beehive State from Lehi to Sandy and Midvale, Utah. We will provide you with a free repair estimate, emergency 24/7 service and bill directly to your insurance company. Our friendly, knowledgeable technicians diligently adhere to IICRC S-500 and S-520 guidelines set forth by our industry to ensure your safety and the safety of your home, business or income property. Give us a call today at 801-754-4134 to see how we can help with your water disaster cleanup and restoration from a plumbing leak.

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