Are You Facing Water Damage, Storm Damage or Fire Damage in East Georgia?


Water Damage

Water damage takes place fast and furiously when flood waters come or there is a damaging water leak in your home or business.

Fire Damage

In the moment that fire damage is discovered, it is normal to experience panic, devastation and then wonder what to do next.

Storm Damage

High winds, lightening, rain downpours, hail, snow and ice storms can leave homes and businesses in the Atlanta area damaged.
Why Would You Possibly Need Smoke Restoration Services from Storm Damage?

Smoke restoration services come in all shapes and sizes, and from all sorts of fires. When you think of smoke restoration services you might think of what comes after a typical house fire, one started by a smoldering cigarette or a cooking mishap, but are there other reasons to need it? It might surprise youRead more

Truths of the Fire Restoration Process and How Emergency Prep Can Impact the Outcome

Are you prepared in the event of a fire? It can change the fire restoration process. If you’re facing fire restoration it actually means two things: 1) you survived! and 2) your home is not a total loss. Demolition is worse than restoration. Fire is one of the scariest, most devastating, and panic-inducing events inRead more

Is DIY Water Damage Repair a Good Idea? This Will Help You Decide

How do you really feel about DIY water damage repair? Take a look, you might change your mind. There’s something about water damage repair that brings out the inclination in some homeowners to just try to do it themselves. Why? Because it’s water! How hard could it be? Well… Let’s take a look at howRead more

The Worst Advice We’ve Ever Heard About Fire and Flood Restoration

Think you’ve heard it all about fire and flood restoration? Just wait. Fire and flood restoration. Those are not words you want to hear. Ever. But if you should be in the line of fire, so to speak, and you’re hit with a disaster that includes fire or water, or both, it’s good to haveRead more

Customer Testimonials:

On the 21st of January 2014, the basement of our home in Monroe, Georgia, was flooded by a backed-up septic tank. 65% of the basement is finished (full bath, bedroom and den), the remainder is unfinished storage and workshop area.

Levi Eidson, owner of Can-Restore, was referred to us as a contractor who specializes in this type of restoration.

Suzanne and Richard Forte

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