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Big Fish Stories Are Upon Us

Published by SEO on June 2, 2015 in category: Water Damage Restoration
With the advent of National Fishing Week upon us, so too is the time-honored tradition of telling whopper fish tales about Moby Dick sized trout that capsize hapless intrepid fisherman and get away, whales that could swallow up whole cities, and Kraken-like terrors that broke... 

Flood and Water Damage: Georgia Ranks 4th Most Expensive State for Energy

A recent report from WallettHubplaced Georgia as the 4th most energy expensive state for 2014. This comes from a number of factors: the price of electricity, consumption per consumer, and price of fuel. The report considered both at home usage and vehicle fuel. Our monthly... 

Look Out Bud, Here Comes a Flash Flood

Published by 911 Restoration Atlanta on June 3, 2014 in category: Current Event, Water Damage Restoration
Last month a flash flood warning was in effect for much of the metro Atlanta area. Two to four inches of rain was expected, and it came quickly in a short time span. The storm toppled trees and resulted in power outages in some places.... 

Creating a Water Leak Checklist

Published by 911 Restoration Atlanta on April 17, 2014 in category: Water Damage Restoration
Water leaks are known to happen for a number of reasons. Pipes can freeze and burst, tree roots can grow into pipes, water lines can become old and rusty, and appliances can start to leak. When an appliance or pipe leaks, it can cause a... 

How to Pick the Right Sump Pump

Published by 911 Restoration Atlanta on April 2, 2014 in category: Water Damage Restoration
The purpose of a sump pump is to keep your basement dry. Not every home necessarily needs a sump pump. For example, if your home is located at the top of a hill in a very dry climate, a sump pump may never need to... 
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