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Why choose Back to Perfection Flood and Fire?
Back to Perfection is locally owned and operated and serves Southern Utah and Eastern Nevada.

Back to Perfection understands the stress and worry that comes with a fire or water damage and the disruption it causes your life and home or business. Our goal is to help minimize the interruption to your life.

Back to Perfection specializes in the cleanup and restoration of residential and commercial property after a fire, smoke or water damage.  Back to Perfection can also mitigate mold and mildew from your home or business. 

Our staff is highly trained in property damage restoration. From initial and ongoing training you can rest assured our staff is equipped with the knowledge to restore your property. 

If you would like to schedule service for your home or business, please call today! 

Serving you since 2000, Get back your home, Get back you life, Get Back to Perfection.
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Remodeling Your Bathroom: What to Do If You Find Mold


Each year, thousands of homeowners make the decision to have their bathrooms remodeled. Many of those homeowners enjoy doing their own remodeling, but there are others who feel as if they opened up a huge can of worms. These homeowners are likely the unlucky bunch who found mold in their bathroom. If you find mold while in the process of remodeling, do you know what to do? Unfortunately, a large number of people don’t.

Before you familiarize yourself with what you should do if you find mold in your bathroom, it is important to examine what mold is. Mold is scientifically described as being a microscopic fungus. This fungus not only looks unattractive, but it can be dangerous. While some types of mold are considered relatively harmless, there are other types of mold that are considered toxic. Unfortunately, due to the moisture that can be found inside most bathrooms, black, toxic mold can be found in thousands of bathrooms in the United States. If you start to remodel your bathroom and you find mold under your toilet or even under you floor tiles, there is a good chance that you may have black mold on your hands.

As previously mentioned, black mold is often defined as being a toxic mold. This is because it is one of the most dangerous types of all molds. In addition to having respiratory problems, you may develop headaches, skin rashes, fevers, and other flu-like symptoms. Although your first impulse may be to remove the mold yourself, you may want to rethink your decision to do so. When mold is improperly removed, mold spores can spread throughout the rest of your home. That is why it may be good to call upon a professional. That professional will likely be a mold removal specialist or an air quality control specialist.

Although it can be quite expensive to have your mold tested and removed, you can’t afford not to. If your mold is not taken care of, professionally, it can begin to spread and move to other parts of your home. Once you have had all of your mold removed from your bathroom, no matter what type of mold it is, you will want to take steps to prevent another mold outbreak from occurring in the future. You can easily do this by incorporating a few extra projects into your bathroom remodeling plan. It may be a good idea to make sure that your bathroom has a fan installed in it.
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Back to Perfection manipulates and controls as many factors as possible in our drying systems to properly complete a drying job as soon as practical. It helps save money for our customers and reduces our liability. So what creates a versatile system? There are many factors, but here are some critical components:

Ability to extract as much water as possible
Lowering humidity in the affected air
Increasing airflow across wet surfaces
Controlling temperature of air and surfaces
Using outside air when possible
Creating a drying chamber

Flexibility in the amount of equipment that can be used (ability to scale a system up or down, depending on size and layout)
Having the right mix of equipment, and equipment that can be used for a number of different applications, increases
our ability to control the drying environment. 
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Bad things are not the worst things that can happen to us. "Nothing" is the worst thing that can happen to us!
-Richard Bach
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