The Remediation Team, a disaster restoration service, can manage your basement water extraction problems in both residential or commercial properties. Modernized procedures and high-tech equipment developed for our industry have transformed complicated water extraction projects into a simple set of procedures that will rid your basement of unwanted water.
Having your life or business interrupted by unexpected water damage can be stressful. Whether the damage is in your home or business we understand the importance of restoring your property back in proper order. The Remediation Team specializes in mitigating unwanted flooding quickly with guaranteed quality results.
To clear your basement of water, call The Remediation Team at 770-966-2232, and we will respond within 30 to 60 minutes. Our dispatchers are waiting to take your call, 24/7, 365 days a year.
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Our service area covers Acworth, Alpharetta, Dallas, Jasper, Kennesaw, Marietta, Roswell, Johns Creek, Milton, Cherokee County. We pride ourselves on quality and efficient work that will restore your damaged property to a safe and healthful environment. The Remediation Team is IICRC-certified, and we are fully licensed, bonded, and insured to deal with basement water extraction, restoration, and any secondary bio-hazards that might result from the event.
When you choose The Remediation Team, our extraction process begins with a search for the source of the damaging water to make sure its flow is stopped. Whether from a burst pipe or the damaged seal on a door, we will inspect the property to determine the extent of the water damage. Our initial inspection will search for biohazard infestations, that sometimes stem from basement water extraction. If we find an indication of mold or bacteria, we will also employ remediation procedures to prevent these infestations from spreading or recurring.
Excess water in your basement can inflict structural damage, compromising the safety of your premises. Our restoration technicians use state-of-the-art equipment to check the water-damaged areas in your basement. All conditions are assessed to determine what restorations are needed to bring your premises into compliance with local safety codes. As an added service, we photograph and document everything from the project’s beginning to help expedite your insurance claim afterwards.
IICRC-Certified, Licensed and Insured
You can feel at ease when you call The Remediation Team because we are a fully licensed, bonded, and insured service with the expertise to manage your flood-damaged structure and its contents. Our qualified technicians will utilize certified techniques developed by experts in the field all designed to guarantee more than satisfactory results.
Running a business is challenging enough. But, when your company’s routine and the lives of your workers are disrupted by an unexpected crisis, productivity tends to suffer. Getting your company and your employees back to work is the main concern in this type of situation.
However, when it’s the basement of your home that is overrun with excess water, this strikes a more sensitive chord. Abating the problems right away is essential so that your family can get their lives back on track. In either case, the highest priority is giving you efficient service to restore your property.
When it comes to removing excess water from residential or commercial structures, our restoration teams conduct themselves like professionals in all situations. Our people are trained and experienced in basement water extraction procedures and preventing secondary structural damage.
Over the years we have found at The Remediation Team that each basement water project is different from another. We begin with a general set of extraction and restoration guidelines to ensure every customer receives quality service, but an individual project plan is drafted for each and every project. Using a series of refined restoration procedures to evaluate the circumstances of the damaged structure and possessions, our flood restoration team will devise a plan to properly extract the standing water in your property.
Step 1: The First Inspection
First, our techs will find out the source of water – an entry point from outside, or some other source – then repair it immediately.
Next, the details of your situation will be gauged, identifying the category of water present, the extent of damages as well as the contamination level of the standing water. An action plan is then drafted and presented along with an estimate of the project.
Step 2: The Dry Out
After the water extraction plan is approved, we will move the project along. All traces of excess moisture will be removed from the flood-damaged areas, using powerful pumps. Every pool of water inside your premise will be sucked dry and released outside. We address every square inch of moisture in order to avoid costly damage in the future.
Our team will then find out the extent of any secondary damage. Using moisture sensing equipment – such as hydrometers – our experts will look for any hidden moisture pockets that have formed in the walls, under flooring, or other places where microbial infestations might flourish. If any indication is found, our experts will determine what type and how far the infestation has spread.
Step 3: The Restoration
If furniture or other restorable contents have been damaged, they will be removed and cleaned from the damaged areas until the restoration process is complete. Your salvageable possessions will be placed in storage until the basement water extraction is complete. Ruined carpets, flooring, drywall, and other unsalvageable components will be torn out then replaced when the affected area is thoroughly cleaned and dried. All the torn-out debris and any unsalvageable contents will be taken away for appropriate disposal.
Next, we will stabilize your basement’s moist and damp environment. Using large air dehumidifiers and fans, excess moisture is extracted from the air, and dried from all surfaces. At the same time, fresh air is blown back into the environment. These procedures will help inhibit the onset of black mold or other bio-hazards.
Powerful sanitation products and high-grade antimicrobial formulas will be used in infested locations found on the premises, effectively eliminating the bio-hazards in all their hiding places.
Step 4: The Final Inspection
Finally, our restoration technicians will help move your possessions back into place. A final inspection of the property will be made to ensure all problem areas have been addressed, followed by a walk-through of the areas we treated. During this time, our technicians will answer any questions or address any concerns you may have before completing the project.
Step 5: Processing the Insurance Claim
Finally, we will help with the insurance claim process. Most insurance companies in our service area are familiar with The Restoration Team and work well with us. We will provide accurate evidence that shows the conditions of your basement before and after the extraction and restoration process. We will also provide the proper documentation detailing our restoration procedures.
Be aware that it is unlawful for an insurance company to stipulate which company to use during this time. Feel free to do your research and choose a professional company with a proven track record of success, like The Remediation Team.
Choose the Remediation Team
When you call The Remediation Team you are guaranteed to have all water extracted from your basement and restored to its pre-loss condition. Licensed, bonded, and insured, our team of professionals can handle any sized basement extraction project with ease.
Whatever the cause of your basement flooding – a burst pipe or a violent storm – the key is to act fast! The longer you wait, the worse the damage can be. At The Remediation Team, we guarantee a prompt response and quality service when extracting standing water out of your basement. If you live or do business in the Acworth, Alpharetta, Canton, Cummings, Dallas, Dunwoody, East Cobb, Jasper, Johns Creek, Kennesaw, Marietta, Metro Atlanta, Milton, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Suwanee, Johns Creek, Milton, Vinings, Woodstock and Cherokee County.