When you have water damage to your Roswell home or business, all you want to do is to get back into your building. But you really need to get started on flood damage restoration, and there is no one better to call than Atlanta Restoration. They will assess the extent of the damage to the property, and then develop a plan to dry everything out and bring your property back to the way it was before the water damage. This means looking at structural issues, electrical issues, gas leaks and more. All of this requires a dedicated team of professionals who can make sure that things are removed and replaced once things have dried out. Call the experts at Atlanta Restoration today to learn how they can help get things back to what they were.
Uncontrolled moisture supports the proliferation of viruses, bacteria, fungus, dust mites, cockroaches and other insects, and vermin such as rodents, bats, and birds. Residue from any of these sources can lead to health problems. More importantly, medical researchers are just beginning to evaluate the problems that are created when a person’s body and immune system are assaulted by multiple contaminants supported by interior moisture at the same time. This is why you need to get Atlanta Restoration called in to handle your emergency water damage at your Roswell location. In addition to using industrial-strength water inspection technology, their experts determine how long it will take to dry out your property using a mathematical formula based on a few key variables.
Generally speaking, once the water intrusion has been dealt with, it is best to remove the parts of the building that have been affected by the water damage rather than cleaning it up and continuing to use it. Drywall, wood studs, and other porous materials should be disposed of rather than just cleaned, and that removal and disposal should be done in a way to minimize the release of molds and fungus that are beginning to arise so that it doesn’t spread to other areas.
The Roswell area was part of Cobb County when first settled, and the county seat of Marietta was a four-hour (one-way) horseback ride to the west. Since Roswell residents desired a local government, they submitted a city charter for incorporation to the Georgia General Assembly. The charter was approved on February 16, 1854. During the Civil War, the city was captured by Union forces under the leadership of General Kenner Garrard. Roswell is now one of the largest cities in the state; its population has increased most steadily in the last 15 years.