Water Damage

At Rocky Mountain Catastrophe, we’re the best in the business at extracting water, drying out residential and commercial buildings, and detecting water damage and water damage clean up.

If water damage occurs to your property, please call us immediately. Standing water can be dangerous, causing slip and fall accidents and electrical shocks. We have commercial-grade water extractors that can remove water quickly – when every minute matters. Our state-of-the-art dryers can begin to immediately reduce the relative humidity inside a room or building, which helps prevent mold and mildew. And our sophisticated thermal camera can detect how far the water damage has extended, which allows us to better concentrate our heating and drying efforts.


In a very short period of time, water can be an extremely destructive force, causing damage to:

In Grand County, water damage is typically caused by:

  • broken pipes / burst pipes / frozen pipes
  • broken supply lines
  • broken hoses
  • leaking pipes
  • clogged pipes and drains
  • clogged toilets
  • overflowing toilets
  • leaks in radiant heating systems / in-floor heating systems
  • faulty appliances (such as dishwashers, washers, and hot water heaters)
  • inadequate gutters and drainage systems
  • basement flooding
  • roof leaks (primarily caused by the formation of ice dams)
  • flooding from heavy rains, lakes, streams, rivers, or creeks
  • flood

Water Drip from water damage

Because of the abundance of rivers and lakes in Grand County, extreme swings in temperatures, and a high percentage of second homeowners who can’t always catch problems while they’re small, water damage is a frequent occurrence. If you have a water damage or flooding emergency, please call (970) 531-7308. For any questions about our services, or to request a bid, please call (970) 722-7744, or e-mail [email protected].

Water damage prevention tip: Year-round, it’s a good idea to get in the habit of shutting off the water to your house every time you leave town. If you’re on a well system, shut off your well pump, which you can typically do at the circuit breaker. If you’re on town water, turn off the main water line into your home.