Rocky Mountain Restoration is a family-owned business in Cheyenne that has been restoring water damages since 1994. The company serves both residential and commercial establishments. It performs emergency water removal, odor control, HVAC decontamination, and carpet drying through its team of certified technicians. It also offers quick cleanup services like deep soil extraction, fire and flood damage cleanup, and upholstery cleaning. Rocky Mountain Restoration specializes in carpet cleaning and provides tile floor work and wood floor resurfacing services.
7110 North College Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82009
Cheyenne, WY 82009
SERVPRO of Cheyenne has been serving the metro since its foundation in June 2015. It specializes in restoring residential and commercial properties that suffered damages from flooding and fire. The team responds to water-related emergencies such as burst pipes and rainwater flooding. It has an Applied Microbial Remediation Specialist who can address mold infestations that form after a water disaster. Franchise owner Ricardo A. Hernandez worked for SERVPRO of Lake Havasu City, AZ, before venturing on his own.
3823 Cheyenne Street Unit D, Cheyenne, WY 82001
Cheyenne, WY 82001
Western Sky Construction, Inc., provides water damage restoration and repair services to clients in Cheyenne and nearby areas. The company's main objective is to help families recover from a tragedy caused by floods, storms, and other water-related incidents. It can partner with any insurance company to get the work done. If necessary, Western Sky Construction can conduct overall remodeling for a home or office in addition to the essential water extraction, structural drying, board-ups, cleaning, and mold remediation services.
902 West 22nd Street, Cheyenne, WY 82001
Cheyenne, WY 82001
In some cases, water damage isn't a huge deal. Minor issues, such as a leaky toilet or appliance, can typically be stopped quickly, and damage can be corrected in a matter of hours, provided the leak was caught soon enough. However, when large-scale water damage occurs, the consequences can be detrimental. Leaks that are left untreated, burst pipes or water heaters, natural disasters, and floods can all result in serious damage to the home's structure and may require considerably more money and time to restore.
When it comes to carpet and drywall, homeowners can expect the drying-out process to take a minimum of 72 hours. Once that process is complete, water damage restoration professionals can quickly assess the damage and begin repairs and reconstruction. The amount of time this takes depends on the size of the job, but in most cases, construction on a single room or floor of a home can be completed within one to two weeks.