Southeast Water Restoration of Atlanta
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Contact Southeast Water Restoration of Atlanta, the water damage restoration professionals. We have over 20 years of experience in this industry and are a family-owned and operated company. Our goal is to provide you with the best customer service around. Call us today and tell us how we can help you.
Atlanta's Emergency Water Cleanup Company
Any water damage to your home requires immediate attention. A quick response time can substantially reduce both the destruction water causes to your property and the cost of restoration by contacting experienced and skilled personnel. Southeast Water Restoration of Atlanta understands that you need someone to come out soon away to examine and explain the situation, thus we provide emergency service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
When you call Southeast Water Restoration of Atlanta, you'll get the benefit of our considerable extraction and drying experience. Before any further damage can occur, our skilled professionals will work rapidly to address the source of the water, find any concealed leaks, and design a strategic plan for the impacted areas. Our team is ready to assist you regardless of the size, cause, or breadth of the water problem.
Water Damage at your home in Atlanta? We Can Help
A storm, flood, or plumbing issue can cause significant water damage to your property. To minimize the damage, immediate intervention is required. Professionals from Southeast Water Restoration specialize in repairing and recovering residential water damage.
Residential water damage to your property will be assessed by our customer-focused professionals. Then we'll assist you in determining the extent of the damage so you can make the best decisions for your home's restoration. Our experts employ cutting-edge technology to identify hidden moisture and remove standing water.
We have more than 10 years of repair and restoration experience, so you can count on us to assist you in developing a water damage restoration strategy that will ensure your property is clean, dry, and returned to its pre-damaged state.
Water Damage Restoration for Businesses in Atlanta
If you own a business, any water damage to your property must be repaired swiftly and with as little disruption to your normal operations as possible. Southeast Water Restoration can help you get water damage repaired and restored quickly, reducing downtime and preventing income loss.
We have the experience and equipment to deal with any size of water damage to your business. During the restoration process, our personnel will work closely with you and the other tenants of your facility to ensure that your everyday business operations are not disrupted.
What to do at the first sign of water damage in Atlanta?
The safety of your family comes first in any home emergency. The following are some things you can do while waiting for help if you have water damage. However, it's best to limit yourself to activities that you're confident you can accomplish safely. When we arrive, we will assist you in assessing the situation and taking steps to prevent further damage to your property.
Any paintings, art, objects, laptops, documents, or other valuables should be moved to a dry location.
Do not use your household vacuum cleaner to remove water; this could result in electrical shock or vacuum cleaner damage.
If electrical outlets, switches, circuit breakers, or electrical equipment have been exposed to water, do not enter the affected area. Always be aware of the dangers of electrical shock!
Using a mop and blotting technique, remove as much extra water as possible.
Wet upholstery cushions should be removed and propped up to dry evenly. Cushion covers should not be washed in the washing machine.
Between the furniture legs and the damp carpets, use aluminum foil or wood blocks.
Many homeowner insurance policies include some degree of coverage in the event of water damage, but you'll need to check with your agent for specifics. When dealing with insurance, the cause of the water damage is crucial. Some weather-related flooding necessitates special insurance, which can be obtained through the National Flood Insurance Program.
It's only natural to want to respond quickly when a water disaster strikes in your house or business. Before we arrive, there are certain preliminary actions you can do, but only attempt what you can safely do.
- If at all possible, turn off the water supply. We'll investigate and handle the matter as soon as we arrive if you're not sure where the water is coming from.
- Using a mop, a blotter, or a towel, remove any excess water. This could include any flooring or hard surface furniture that has been exposed to standing water. It is not a good idea to use your household vacuum to remove water since it could harm the vacuum or be dangerous.
- Prevent future damage to your carpet, rugs, curtains, and upholstered furniture. Place aluminum foil or parchment paper between the wet carpet or rugs and the furniture. Books, magazines, and other colored materials should be removed from carpets and rugs. To avoid contact with wet floors, hang draperies on covered hangers. Remove wet upholstered objects' pillows or cushions.
- DO NOT use electric or electrical devices that have been exposed to water. Light fixtures, ceiling fans, televisions, and appliances are examples of such products. Consider cutting off the power to individual circuits within the property's power distribution panel if there is a chance that someone else on the property will turn on an electric item that has come into contact with water.
The time it takes to dry out a structure depends on the degree of the water damage and the type of construction, but it usually takes 3–5 days. However, this varies widely depending on the extent of the damage, the number of contents damaged, any demolition required, and the presence of any hazardous chemicals.
Returning a home or business to its pre-loss moisture levels is a carefully regulated process, with our experts making equipment modifications to ensure the area recovers as soon and safely as possible.