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RYTECH DENVER

DENVER WATER DAMAGE & MOLD SPECIALIST

For 24 Hour Emergency Response

Call: (303) 515-7515

2255 Sheridan St, Ste C271, Lakewood, CO 80214

 At Rytech Denver, we know how frustrating it can be to have water intrusion in your home or business. We know the steps to take to rid your home of water and even mold. We have been in business many years and are trusted among the citizens of Southern Den271ver with their homes and businesses.

Our Services:

Why Us:

  • 24/7 Emergency Water Damage Services
  • Residential Water Damage and Mold Services
  • Commercial Mold Remediation and Water Damage Services
  • Structural Drying
  • Water Removal
  • Humidity Control
  • Moisture Detection
  • Raw Sewage Cleanup
  • Direct Insurance Billing
  • Licensed, Bonded & Insured
  • IICRC Certified Technicians
  • Daily Monitoring of Jobs
  • Complete Job File with Digital Photos
  • Outstanding Warranty
  • All work is guaranteed
  • 24 / 7 Emergency Service

 

Professional Water Damage and Mold Remediation Services

We excel in providing high quality water damage and mold removal services to homeowners and businesses in Denver and surrounding areas.

Water Damage Restoration in Denver, Colorado

It only takes a few hours for the water to cause irreversible damage to your home. As a matter of fact, mold starts to build up. A water and mold specialist in Denver like Rytech can get the job done as quickly as possible. We will remove the water quickly and completely to ensure mold doesn’t result from your water damage. We do the necessary steps to perform proper procedures and prevent the buildup of mold and mildew.       

Mold Removal in Denver, CO

Some people are hesitant to hire professional water restoration service and mold remediation specialist thinking that they can save money doing it on their own. The truth is, professional restoration companies offer a better value for the money opposed to doing the job by yourself.  Most importantly they are equipped with the right tools and equipment to make your home safe from mold! Our IICRC certified technicians will thoroughly inspect your home or building. If mold damage is present, our IICRC certified mold technician will work closely with you, and Certified Indoor Air Quality professional to develop an immediate and efficient plan of action to remove the mold and detect the moisture causing it. Once Rytech’s work is complete, our technician will work with an independent third party Indoor Air Quality professional to ensure that your home or building has been successfully remediated. Once your home has passed clearance testing you will be provided a copy of the test results for your records.

We provide Water Mitigation and Mold Remediation service to Greater Denver, Colorado including:

Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson Counties

Servicing the following cities and towns:
  • Arvada
  • Berkley
  • Bow Mar
  • Broomfield
  • Castlewood
  • Centennial
  • Cherry Hills Village
  • Coal Creek
  • Columbine
  • Cottonwood
  • Denver
  • Dove Valley
  • East Pleasant View
  • Edgewater
  • Englewood
  • Fairmount
  • Federal Heights
  • Genesee
  • Golden
  • Greenwood Village
  • Heritage Hills
  • Highlands Ranch
  • Idledale
  • Indian Hills
  • Ken Caryl
  • Lakeside
  • Lakewood
  • Leyden
  • Littleton
  • Lone Tree
  • Louisville
  • Morrison
  • Mountain View
  • Northglenn
  • Pinecliffe
  • Roxborough Park
  • Sheridan
  • Sherrelwood
  • Southglenn
  • Superior
  • Thornton
  • Westminister
  • West Pleasant
  • Wheat Ridge

If you experience Busted Pipes, Flooding, Appliance Failure, Storm Damage, Roof Leaks, Raw Sewage or Mold, we can help!

Denver Colorado Water Damage Mold Removal

Owner - Dan Powell

Denver Colorado Water Damage Mold Removal Insurance preferred vendorDan Powell is a Denver native and Owner of Rytech of Greater Denver.  Dan has 10 years of experience in the home improvement field.  He is IICRC certified in WRT (Water Damage Restoration Tech), ASD (Applied Structural Drying), and AMRT (Applied Microbial Remediation Tech) and is also a certified Lead Renovator with a RRP certification.  Rytech of Greater Denver’s focus is customer satisfaction and the health and safety of the community.  In his spare time, he likes to work on cars and enjoy the variety of outdoor activities that Colorado provides.

 

 

 

How to Prevent Broken Water Pipes

Take a few steps to prevent broken water pipes and reduce your chances of expensive and mold contamination, too. The most common cause of catastrophic water inundation is not outdoor flooding, it actually originates indoors with your own plumbing. A ruptured residential water supply line can release up to 50 gallons per minute. How many minutes will elapse before you are able to turn off water to the entire house at the? Worst case scenario: Suppose you’re out of town for a few days when it happens?

Compared to all other alternatives, anything you can do now to prevent broken water pipes is clearly the preferred course.

Get Your Pressure Checked by a Plumber

Water pressure in the main municipal water line is too high for residential plumbing. It’s typically reduced by a regulator valve located at your water meter or where the water supply line enters your house. If the regulator’s defective or improperly adjusted, indoor water pressure may be excessive and cause a ruptured pipe. In most cases, household water pressure should not exceed 65 p.s.i.

Don’t Put up with Leaks

Pinhole leaks, dribbles or seepage from indoor water supply lines, no matter how minor, should never be dismissed as “normal.” In most cases, the leakage you can actually see is only the external indication of major corrosion inside that may cause a total rupture — or a weakening joint that may blow out any day now. Visually inspect all the water supply lines for any signs of dripping or seepage, past or present, and call a plumber now if you see any.

Replace Galvanized Pipes

If your home was built in the 1970s or earlier, it may have galvanized steel piping. Over the years, this material internally rusts and corrodes, becoming prone to sudden failure. Galvanized pipe that is 40 years old is at the end of its expected life and should be replaced now with copper or PEX as a preventive measure to avoid flooding.

The water damage professionals at Rytech are ready with more advice to prevent broken water pipes.

Removing Mold Odor:  When to DIY and When to Call a Pro!

Effective mold remediation also includes removal of the telltale mold odors. That pungent, musty scent, most people instinctively recognize it. However, many people identify mold odor in more generic terms as mildew odor. Mold odor is a unique, specific phenomenon. Scientifically termed as mold volatile organic compounds (mold VOCs, for short), mold odor results from gases released by active mold growth.

The presence of mold odors is usually a reliable indicator that active mold is present—and likely in a quantity that warrants professional inspection and remediation. However, the reverse isn’t necessarily the case. Just because you don’t smell mold doesn’t mean it isn’t present in the house. Some of the many varieties of indoor mold don’t release odor-causing VOCs.

The general criteria for DIY mold treatment relate to locating the mold and determining the extent of contamination.

  • Follow your nose. If the odors are most noticeable in one particular room or area of the home, carefully inspect that area for signs of active mold growth. If you can actually see suspected growing mold in a very limited area—and it is situated on a hard, non-porous surface—you may be able to eliminate it by wiping it away and then treating the surface with a disinfectant.