24/7 Emergency Water Damage Services – We Can Help
Water damage can happen from a variety of causes in Alpharetta, not just storms. When you have water damage at your home, call the experts in water damage restoration from Atlanta Restoration. Whether it’s your personal residence or your business, they can perform water restoration using the most advanced equipment to detect hidden moisture and extract standing water. Don’t just trust any restoration company for your property, you want a company that has lots of experience and Atlanta Restoration has more than a decade of experience using the latest technology and equipment to bring your property back to the way it was before the flood.
The truth is that water damage can happen at any time. And one time that you might not consider is after a fire where the water used to put out the water can cause additional damage that needs to be dealt with. With a team of dedicated, certified, and passionate professionals, they reverse the catastrophic effects of water damage and ensure that your property is safe for occupancy once again. Some causes of water damage can include burst pipes, small plumbing leaks, broken water heaters, leaking roofs or gutters, severe weather conditions, and many more. Once you know the problem, you can properly attack the problem and get things back to the way they were.
When Atlanta Restoration comes to clean up your home or business, it may take more than you first imagined. Any carpets or rugs could be compromised and need cleaning so that they aren’t holding moisture. If water damage is noticed on a wall, it is important to make sure that the framework in the wall isn’t compromised, leading to warping or the build up of mold and fungus. The sooner you call Atlanta Restoration to come out to your Alpharetta home or business, the sooner you can get back to normal.
One of the first permanent landmarks in the area was the New Prospect Camp Ground (also known as the Methodist Camp Ground), located beside a natural spring near what is now downtown Alpharetta. It later served as a trading post for the exchanging of goods among settlers. Known as the town of Milton through July 1858, the city of Alpharetta was chartered on December 11, 1858, with boundaries extending in a 0.5-mile radius from the city courthouse. Although the city’s name may be a variation of a fictional Indian girl, Alfarata, in a 19th-century song, “The Blue Juniata” it is more probably derived from the Greek word “alpha” meaning first and “retta” meaning town.