Southeast Water Restoration of Atlanta

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Water mitigation

Residential Water Damage in Atlanta

Homeowners Trust Us & We are Ready 24/7

A storm, flood, or plumbing issue can cause significant water damage to your property. To minimize the damage, immediate intervention is required. 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.

Water Damage for Businesses in Atlanta

We're quick to respond so your business can resume right away.

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. We 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 to ensure that your business operations are not disrupted.

Water Damage for Businesses in Atlanta

Why Should You Hire Us?

Call the Experts in Water Damage Restoration

Water Damage Restoration is never an easy task. It requires professionals to investigate, assess, mitigate, clean, and restore your property like no damage occurred. That's why Southeast Water Restoration saves you from all that hassle and dangers of contamination. All of our employees are certified and licensed to provide every service we offer, which means that you're in safe in the hands of our staff. It is our goal to offer you the highest quality service and communications.

Contact Us, IICRC Certification
  • Applied Microbials
  • Covid-19 Cleanup/Treatment
  • Water Damage Restoration (WRT)
  • Trained in Xactimate

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Water Damage FAQs

Is my home's water damage going to be covered by my insurance?

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.

What should I do if my home sustains water damage?

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.
How long does it take for water damage to dry?

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.

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