Certified, guaranteed, 24/7 emergency service

At Rocky Mountain Catastrophe, we strive to be the best disaster restoration service in Grand and Routt Counties, and throughout the Colorado Rocky Mountain region. We’re happy to provide 24/7 emergency service. We’ve worked hard to earn extensive industry certifications. We also proudly guarantee the work we do.


We understand that a catastrophe can occur at any time, night or day. That’s why we offer emergency service 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year (366 in leap years). We can be on the scene in as little as 30 minutes to promptly assess the situation, mitigate further damage, and begin the cleanup and repair process. Prompt service is especially important when it comes to catastrophes such as water damage, when the first 24-48 hours are the most crucial.


If you experience water damage or a flood catastrophe, call RMCat night or day for help!

We at RMCat are also an industry certified restoration business. We gladly put in the time, effort, and expenses to get our personnel properly trained according to all the latest and greatest industry procedures. Our certifications are ongoing as well, which keeps us in the know with all the newest advances in industry technology.

Of course, we also stand behind the work we do. We have years of experience in this business, and our work is 100% guaranteed. If something happens to go wrong, we’ll make it right, because your satisfaction is our number one priority.

We’re ready to provide certified, guaranteed disaster restoration work any time of the day, any day of the year. We can help with anything from repairs and rebuilds to fire and smoke damage to water damage and drying out. Oh, and we’re experts at fixing frozen pipes. We even offer contents restoration too.

So remember: Rocky Mountain Catastrophe is always here to help!


To contact Rocky Mountain Catastrophe, call 970-722-7744 or email [email protected].


If you need emergency service, call us 24/7 at 970-531-7308 in Grand County or at 970-819-1239 in Routt County.