Disaster Doctors is on call 24-hours a day, seven days a week, offering water extraction in Salt Lake City, Utah and the surrounding areas. Whatever is plaguing your home or commercial property, whether it’s flooding from a storm, an appliance malfunction or a plumbing issue, we’ll see to it that the scope of damage is assessed and that proper solutions are put in place to both stem the tide of damage and start you on the path to a cleaner, safer space. When you experience water damage in your home or business, it’s paramount that you get the right help, from professionals who have unmatched water removal experience. This means more than just calling someone who can clean up a mess–it means trusting a professional who can keep you safe, secure and comfortable in the space where you live or work. We also do Fire Damage Restioration. Fire damage can cause the most overall damage to a building. Disaster Doctors offers a full-on fire damage remediation protocol when you are the victim of a home or structure fire. We will work with your insurance company to restore your residence and property following a fire. Fire can be a heart-wrenching occurrence. We will work hard to mediate between you and your insurance technicalities, to eliminate the headache for you, and keep your out of pocket expenses to a minimum…
Established in 2006.
Disaster Doctors was founded by Cameron Stanger, who runs a successful junk removal operation out of Salt Lake City called Junk Jr. We insist that all technicians hired by Disaster Doctors be trained and certified by IICRC, the industry standard in cleaning, inspection, and restoration certifications. All employees are properly educated and trained in water removal, drying thoroughly from water damage, mold removal, and fire cleanup. Disaster Doctors features brand-new state of the art disaster restoration machinery. We feature the best in high power vacuuming for water removal, high power fans for ventilation, and contamination testing equipment. We recently purchased a Flir E5 thermal imaging camera to detect lingering moisture, structural weakening causes, and other issues that are not apparent to the naked eye.