Central Georgia’s #1 Emergency Property Restoration Service
- Equipped with Advanced Tools and Technology
- Swift to Respond to Any Size Emergency
- Prompt Damage Assessment and Pretesting
A disaster can occur at any moment. If it’s weather-based, we usually have some time to prepare for the inevitable. However, in a modern home, a lot can go wrong. A fire could break out in the kitchen, a pipe may burst, or mold may grow in the attic. Whatever the cause, and no matter the time, know that Restoration 1 of McDonough is here. We are the leading provider of emergency damage restoration in Central Georgia!(770) 468-0400
To provide unparalleled service, Restoration 1 of McDonough utilizes advanced equipment. You called for quality service and we intend to deliver. Our various devices and technical know-how allow us to work quickly and efficiently, treating the aftermath of any type of damage promptly. Without the proper tools, we couldn’t be as efficient, so we stay up-to-date on the latest improvements to deliver the best services to you.
You could even call our office at midnight. From that moment, we’re preparing our equipment, safety attire, and vehicles for the job. We are always ready to provide top damage restoration throughout the community. In fact, we can be out the door at a moment’s notice. Don’t hesitate to call us – we’re here 24/7!
First Hour – Water will spread throughout the property, saturating everything in its path. Moisture-sensitive furniture will take the brunt of the damage
1 to 24 Hours – Household odors may intensify, drywall will begin to swell, laminated furniture will swell or split
48 Hours to 1 Week – Mold and other contaminants will grow and spread throughout the property; paint will blister, and wood flooring will swell, buckle, and warp
During an emergency, you typically do not want to handle the situation yourself for several reasons. Give us a call so we may mitigate the damage and provide relief!
Immediately remove yourself from the property to avoid further damage and the possibility of injuries. Our technicians will assess the situation thoroughly, then begin to remove damaged components to begin the restoration process.
With water damage, turn off the electricity to your property if at all possible. Otherwise, leave the home or business to avoid illness or injury, and further damage to the property.
Do not handle mold cleanup yourself. Mold is toxic, and you risk spreading the spores further into the property. Instead, isolate the area and give us a call. We provide top mold removal services.
Call Restoration 1 of McDonough for emergency services in Central Georgia at any time of the day or night.(770) 468-0400
As a first time homeowner, my home suffered water damage from a water heater leak. So glad I called this company. Peace of mind and trust worthy! From the kindness and professionalism of Mrs. Nicole to Mr. Rick professionalism and knowledge. Mr. Drake has been awesome as well!! He is knowledgeable, professional, and pays very close attention to every detail and continues to stop by daily to make sure everything is drying well! Soooo thankful! Highly recommend this company if your home suffers from water damage.
Absolutely outstanding experience with this company. The work is 100% excellent. The owner and employees were professional, courteous, helped with reassurance that our house could be restored. I would recommend this company to anyone requiring such services.
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