SteamMaster has set the standard for water damage restoration for over 39 years. We continue to use the most innovative methods available in order to dry your site as quickly as possible, with minimal damage to your home or office. We work directly with your insurance company to ensure that your claim is handled quickly, and with the personal treatment you deserve.
In order to facilitate a quick response after hours, SteamMaster built nine employee housing units at its Minturn headquarters in 1995. All emergency crews are radio dispatched in specially equipped flood trucks to quickly and professionally respond to your water extraction needs, to pump out your crawl space, or to dry out your home or office. SteamMaster is available 24 hours, 365 days a year. Call us at 970-827-5555 to talk to a live person.
Water Damage to a residential or commercial property can be very devastating and disruptive. Having the right professional team to take care of your aggravation is critical. This is where our expertise comes in. We know exactly what to do and how to do it. Mitigation and Restoration is what we do best.
In a sewage damage, trained technicians extract the black water by pumping it from the home or property. Carpets and other porous materials such as drywall that have been affected are removed and discarded and affected areas are disinfected.
The sewage and damaged material has been removed, but the proper drying process must be put into place to eliminate the potential for mold or further damage. Mold can begin growth within 48 hours if the damaged areas are not thoroughly dried. Air scrubbers and drying fans, along with daily monitoring of humidity levels with meters, are part of the proper process. If a crawlspace has been affected, the soil is remediated by removing the top layers. A waterproof barrier of at least 10 millimeters may be put into place as well.
Restoration companies that are the most qualified to remediate water and sewage losses have technicians certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC). These technicians attend hands-on courses and must be re-certified. These certified technicians can stabilize the environment and prevent further damage to property.