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Disaster cleanup, restoration franchise opens in Cedar City
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Doug and Mac Urie, a father and son, and their family cut the ribbon at Delta Disaster Services in January.
Doug and Mac Urie, a father and son, and their family cut the ribbon at Delta Disaster Services in January.
CEDAR CITY – Mac and Doug Urie have been in the local construction industry for decades, and have recently branched out by opening a Cedar City franchise of Delta Disaster Services, which specializes in disaster cleanup and restoration.

Mac said Delta is a full-service restoration firm, and the company specializes in “flood, fire,” and “environmental” cleanup. He said the environmental aspect includes such needs as mold remediation.

The local company is working on getting certified for asbestos abatement and methamphetamine testing, and Mac said though they aren’t quite certified yet, they can handle anything through the network of vendors they have with the national franchise.

“We’re full service, which means we can handle anything,” he said. “We’ve got all the tools in our belt.”

They work with vendors who can do electronic restoration and data restoration as well.

Delta Disaster Services of Southern Utah had a ribbon cutting in January at its 3,600-square-foot facility at 601 W. 2675 North in Cedar City. At their facility, they do training classes for insurance companies and they have an ozone room where they can clean smoke-residued clothing and other items.

Delta Disaster Services serves Cedar City and surrounding communities within a two-hour radius. They can be reached at 865-1292, and more information is available on their website,

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