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Commercial Water Damage – Austell Restaurant

Commercial water damage resulted when a drain in the main food preparation area became clogged. SERVPRO was brought in to clean up the water and unclog the drain. The owner was very pleased to be back in business the next day.

Water Damage in South Cobb Apartment

SERVPRO of South Cobb uses advanced water damage inspection equipment to help them find the moisture and to remove it as quickly as possible. As a trusted leader in the restoration industry, SERVPRO of South Cobb provides 24-hour emergency service and is committed to being faster to any size disaster.

Fire Destruction in Cobb County Apartment Building

Fire restoration is not limited to family homes. We received a job from an apartment complex that suffered from particularly bad fire damage. One of the differences between commercial fire damage like an apartment building is that many more people are displaced from their homes. We had to create a strategy to quickly repair the damage and restore the building. 

SERVPRO of South Cobb is There For You

When water, fire, mold, or storm damage affects your building, don't settle for less than the best when restoring it. With access to this much equipment, you'll be set to return to business as soon as you call us, SERVPRO of South Cobb. We have everything you need, and more.

Restoring an Office Space

It is important to call water damage professionals when a school's or office has suffered from water damage. During this job, we had to restore the ceiling's water damage, as well as the floor. 

Commercial Water Damage Restoration In Cascade Heights

Water damage can be a thorn in the side of your business. Having to halt production can mean significant revenue loss, but the team at SERVPRO is here to help! Our team at SERVPRO is dedicated to bringing our clients a fast response time which will limit damage and reduce your restoration costs. When water damage is plaguing your commercial property, you can count on our technicians to “Like it never even happened.”