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GA Water & Fire is a national franchise and has locations in Marietta, Stockbridge, Conyers, Covington, Roswell, Athens, Sandy Springs, Hiawassee, Lawrenceville, Jonesboro, Tucker, Marietta, Alpharetta, Dallas, Covington, Dalton, Winder, Lafayette, Trenton, and surrounding areas.
Our water damage and extraction team has the ability to clean water up in basements, crawl spaces, kitchens, bathrooms or anywhere in your home or business.
Choosing the right water damage company may be the single most important part of your home water damage repair. There are many different things you will need to consider when you are choosing your service.
After you have had a water intrusion into your home or business, be sure to contact your insurance company. They may have some reputable companies that they work with and will be able to give you recommendations. If not, be sure to find one that is certified and has experience with what your cleaning needs are.
If you have laptop water damage, car water damage, cell phone water damage or are looking for a company that will be able to save your home and possessions, be sure to let them know specifically what your needs are. Each item listed will have a different cleaning technique.
If your home or business has been flooded, choose a water damage company that has plenty of experience with this. Mold will begin to grow in as little as 24-36 hours and you will need a company that knows how to begin the process quickly.
While you are waiting for the company to arrive:
- Turn off the electricity to the house. Enter with rubber boots and gloves.
- Open the windows for cross ventilation.
- Remove any wet articles to the outside or garage to help remove moisture from the air.
- Take up wet carpeting so water won’t seep up the walls and into the molding.
- Use a dehumidifier.
This should help begin the process. Remember time is of the essence, so be sure to find a water damage company that can be there immediately to begin the detailed cleanup process that will need to take place.
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