Atlanta,Ga Emergency Water Damage Remediation Experts
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Call Now! We are Atlanta, Ga 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year Water Restoration Cleanup Company. The Remediation Team can handle: water cleanup, water removal, flood cleanup, sewage water cleanup and complete restoration services. We are IICRC certified and our trained Restoration Water Damage Experts can get your home, property or business back to its pre-loss condition. Our Metro Atlanta water damage team utilizes the best state-of-the-art equipment in the restoration business for each job. We have the most talented, professional, and trained technicians with excellent customer service in the industry.
We are one of the most respected water damage cleaning companies in the industry—with decades of experience in working with some of the largest reconstruction and emergency service companies in Atlanta, Ga.
Emergencies can happen anytime, that’s why our team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. All it takes is one phone call to 770-966-2232 and we can arrive on the scene within 60 minutes to handle all your Metro Atlanta flooding and water damage cleanup needs.
We provide full extraction, structural drying, and water damage repair, due to:
- broken pipes
- leaky or frozen water pipes
- sink overflow
- toilet overflow
- refrigerator, washing machine, water heater or dishwasher malfunction
- basement water damage from storms or in home water disasters
- and any other emergency water damage removal service
- Sewage cleanup/removal
Our flood damage technicians are equipped to handle any problem of any size. If you need water damage restoration services, trust our IICRC certified and trained team. We’ll get your home, property, or business back to its pre-loss condition by utilizing state-of-the-art equipment while also providing you with excellent customer service.
We put our clients first and communication is the vital to every part of the process. We understand the stress of dealing with a water disaster in your home or business, and our goal is to make this process as easy for you as possible and that every part of the project is done right the first time. Our no-hassle approach makes sure you know what is going on at any time and our priority is to get you back to a pre-loss condition quickly. Available 24/7 • 770-966-2232
How we handle water removal and flood damage
At The Remediation Team our water damage restoration process includes, assessing the situation, to respond quickly, and create a solution to handle the problem. All of our technicians are IICRC trained and certified and with an A+ BBB Rating, we know how to make sure our customers are taken care of and that’s our top priority. Our CRM technology is state-of-the-art and our Google reviews reputation says it all.
At The Remediation Team we pride ourselves on quality and efficiency, on each and every water restoration job. We are fully licensed, bonded, and insured to deal with all types of water damage. The Remediation Team is certified by the recognized authority for disaster recovery—the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC)—and listed by the EPA as a lead-safe firm as well as a Licensed Asbestos Abatement Contractor.
The Water Restoration Process
To determine the extent of damage, our restoration process begins with an inspection of your property in order to identify the leading cause of water damage. We also keep in mind areas that could be prone to microbial damage if the water has been sitting for over 24 hours. If our inspection reveals any sign of microbial infestation, we will employ remediation procedures in addition to the dry-out to protect your property from any further damage.
Our trained Water Damage Specialist uses state-of-the-art equipment to evaluate damaged areas in order to find hidden spots of moisture damage. Most companies do not take this addition step, which can lead to structural damage or microbial growth in the future.
Sewage Cleanup in Atlanta, Ga Available 24/7 • 770-966-2232
Sewer backups are quite possibly one of the worst and most dangerous forms of property damage you can face, next to fire. If you notice a foul, sulfurous odor in your home or see sludge or brackish water, you need to call for professional help immediately. This kind of damage can present serious health concerns to you and your family or to your employees and clients if it’s a business.
Sewer water can contain bacteria, viruses, microbes and pathogens that can result in serious illness and health conditions. You should have the problem quickly addressed by a leading damage restoration service like The Remediation Team.
Classifying Sewage Damage
Restoration professionals classify damage from backed up sewage based on the kind of contaminated water they face. Our experienced and expert property restoration specialists will analyze the damage to the area and determine the right course of action to remove the variety of sewage encountered as well as sanitizing the area to ensure that there are no dangerous contaminants left behind.
Clean Water Contamination
The first kind of sewage danger is from clean water contamination. This kind of issue arises when a normally clean source like a leaky faucet, broken supply line or plumbing problem creates flooding. This sort of water begins clean, but gets contaminated from flooding and sitting. The longer it sits and the more severe the environmental conditions are, the faster this kind of water will become brackish and degrade into more serious issues.
Gray Water Contamination
Gray water is that which already has contamination and has the potential to cause illness or other discomforts. This results from an overflowing washing machine or dishwasher, toilets that overflow and may contain some urine but no fecal matter, or the like. Such issues might present dangers of viruses and bacteria and if not treated quickly can quickly degrade into the worst kind of contaminant: black water.
Black Water Contamination
This is the worst and most dangerous form of sewage issue. Black water is seriously contaminated and is almost certain to contain major pathogens which could cause severe health issues and even death if contact is made or it’s ingested. Any risk of contact with this water should be avoided and you should call for help immediately.
Examples of black water contamination include flooding from streams, rivers or storm damage, flooding from behind a toilet trap, toilet overflows involving fecal matter, sewer line backups and brackish standing water which has sat for long enough to begin the growth of bacteria. Clean or gray water contamination can become black water within a few hours if left to sit in the right conditions for pathogen growth.
IICRC – Certified, Licensed and Insured
At The Remediation Team, we take pride in staying current on our certifications and proper contractor licenses. We are fully licensed, bonded, and insured in order to provide you the best Atlanta, Ga water restoration service possible. Our technicians understand the proper restoration techniques and will adhere to the proper guidelines of the IICRC when completing water mitigation services on your property.
We understand that your number one goal in getting your property restored – whether you own a business or the damage has occurred in your personal home – your goal is to get back into your property as fast as possible, while preventing future damage from occurring. At The Remediation Team, that’s our goal too.
Commercial & Residential Restoration
Our restoration teams are professionals when it comes to dealing with water damaged structures. They are trained and experienced at dealing with the damage, resulting mold infestation (or other bio hazards) which will be harmful to your property and detrimental to the health of families and employees. We have handled these extreme conditions in a variety of structures—single- and multi-family housing, commercial properties, and more.
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Each flood damage project is different from one another. At The Remediation Team, we begin with a general set of the IICRC restoration guidelines to ensure every customer receives quality service, but will refine the restoration plan to meet the specific needs of your property. Utilizing a series of refined restoration procedures to analyze the circumstances of your damaged structure and possessions, our flood restoration team will draft a plan to fix all the problems, secondary hazards, and potential hazards on your premises.
Step 1: The First Inspection
To determine the extent of the water damage, our restoration process begins with an inspection of your property in order to identify the leading cause of water damage. Our Water Damage Specialists will begin by finding the source of water and 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. We also keep in mind areas that could be prone to microbial damage if the water has been sitting for over 24 hours. If our inspection reveals any sign of microbial infestation, we will employ remediation procedures in addition to the dry-out to protect your property from any further damage. An action plan will then be 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 water damaged areas, using powerful pumps. 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, 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 Water Restoration Process
Your salvageable possessions will be placed in storage until the water extraction is complete. Ruined carpets, flooring, drywall, and other un-salvageable components will be torn out and disposed of, then replaced when the affected area is thoroughly cleaned and dried. All the torn-out debris and any contents that cannot be saved will be taken away for appropriate disposal. 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 any bio hazards.
Step 4: The Final Inspection
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 Remediation Team and work well with us. We will provide accurate evidence that shows the conditions of your affected property 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.
Customer Service Available 24/7 • 770-966-2232
We put our clients first and communication is the vital to every part of the process. We understand the stress of dealing with a water disaster in your home or business, and our goal is to make the process easy for you by ensuring that every part of the project is done right the first time. Whether you own a business or the damage has occurred in your personal home, we understand that your #1 goal is getting your property restored. That’s why our #1 priority is to get you back to a pre-loss condition as quickly as possible while preventing future damage from occurring.
Licensing, Certifications, and Awards
At The Remediation Team, we are fully licensed, bonded, and insured in order to provide you the best restoration service possible. All of our technicians are trained and certified by the recognized authority for disaster recovery, the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC). We are also listed by the EPA as a lead-safe firm as well as a Licensed Asbestos Abatement Contractor. We hold an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and our customers continually leave glowing reviews on Google.
The Remediation Team serves the entire Atlanta metropolitan area and surrounding counties—Cobb, Fulton, Cherokee, DeKalb, Forsyth, Marietta, Paulding, Gwinnett, Clayton including 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 and Woodstock.
Call The Remediation Team
Whatever the cause of your flood damage, it is important to get help immediately! Delays can only magnify your problems. We guarantee a prompt response in order to properly restore any flood damage you experience. Call us today
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More About Atlanta, GA
One of the signal moments in Atlanta’s growth as a center for higher education occurred in 1888 with the establishment of the Georgia School of Technology. When the Legislature decided to fund a technological school, city leaders badly wanted it because it fit so well with their vision of Atlanta as an industrial capital of the forward-looking New South. But they had to fend off several competitors — especially Athens and Macon — to win the prize of Georgia Tech.
Today the Atlanta Regional Council for Higher Education counts 57 colleges and universities in the metro area, with more than 250,000 students — one of the largest concentrations of its kind in the country.