Every Thing That Matters To You, Also Matters To Us
Serving Customers throughout Georgia and Tennessee and surrounding areas
After a natural disaster or flooding event, our water clean up services address the structure, furniture and other large items. However, we also know that sometimes it’s the little things that matter most—such as valuable papers, files, books, photos or other media in your commercial property such as office, shops, hospitals, government and private offices. While paper can’t be restored to its original condition, proper drying and restoration cleaning helps save valuable documents and prevent additional damage caused by mold. After the damaged items have been cleaned, disinfected and dried, the professional applied structural damage technician at ServiceMaster of Cobb carefully sort and label everything.
Residential Document Restoration
When your home or business’s belongings have been damaged by fire, smoke, flood, mold, or other disasters, it takes a skilled, dedicated team to restore them to new. Our document restoration team excels at using state of the art equipment and techniques to restore even the most damaged furniture, valuables, electronics, and appliances to as good as new.
Commercial Document Restoration
When it comes to assessing water damage, ceilings, carpets, flooring and furniture are often thought of first. However, sometimes it’s the little things that make a big difference for business—in this case, documents. Valuable papers and files, electronic media and other documents can mean big losses for business after flood damage occurs.
Clean up must begin immediately or toxic mold can being to flourish, bringing with it the risk for total document loss. While paper can’t be restored to its original condition, proper drying and restoration cleaning helps save valuable documents and prevent additional damage.
Don’t risk losing business to flood damage. Contact the cleanup and document restoration specialists at ServiceMaster of Cobb and get your vital business assets returned.
Document Restoration Process
The first step is to assess contents damage with the help of you and your insurance carrier. Your contents claim is covered under a section of your policy that is separate from your property claim, so we will help you prepare and submit a property insurance claim quickly to ensure a quick payout.
If the building can be secured and it is safe to perform contents restoration on site, that’s what we’ll do. If the building needs extensive repairs, or is not safe to occupy for even short amounts of time, then our team will carefully pack and inventory your belongings, providing you with an itemized inventory.
Next, we will transport your items to our secure facility, where they will be cleaned, sanitized, and restored. Our team members will deodorize, fix, hand clean, repaint, polish, and do whatever is necessary to get the job done.
Once your structural reconstruction is finished, the restored items will be returned to your home or building with care, and every effort will be made to recreate the space you knew before the damage.
After the damaged items have been cleaned, disinfected and dried, the professionals at ServiceMaster of Cobb carefully sort and label everything. Throughout the document restoration process, documents are labeled with identifying numbers and descriptions based on location and document type.
There’s a reason insurance companies trust ServiceMaster of Cobb — we respond quickly to your water emergency and turn your damaged house and commercial properties back into a welcoming place to live in and work at.
Why Choose ServiceMaster of Cobb?
ServiceMaster of Cobb began serving Cobb County since 1996, serving customers for 23 years in Georgia and Tennessee, providing our expertise and commitment to excellence can help you get your life back on track.
Peace of mind. Anxious customers dealing with water or fire losses feel better knowing the right help is on the way, and that their lives will get back to normal as quickly as possible. For businesses, quick mitigation means less business interruption for decreased revenue loss
Fast response. When you refer your customers, they receive quick disaster recovery response in their time of need. We guarantee to answer calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and will begin pre-authorized emergency services on-site within two to four hours which saves you time and money.
At ServiceMaster of Cobb, we believe the quality of our disaster remediation services is a direct result of the skill and dedication of our staff. Our team receives hands-on training and instruction from the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).
Complete and commit to ongoing employee training programs that keep us on the cutting edge of effective restoration techniques, products and technology
Competently deliver every aspect of the ServiceMaster Restore® service guarantees including accessibility, response time, communications capabilities, quality results and conscientious safety controls.
Safe and Effective Document Restoration in Georgia and Tennessee
When ServiceMaster of Cobb professionals are dedicated to your property, you can be sure you’re getting the best the industry has to offer, built on decades of expertise. No type of damage is too big or too small for us to handle — we’re standing by to help 24/7.
Our Property Restoration Service is Available in Georgia and Tennessee
Georgia customers can expect the fastest service in the following areas: Atlanta, Sandy Springs, Roswell, Alpharetta, Marietta, Smyrna, Rome, Dalton, Douglasville, Kennesaw, Woodstock, Canton, Acworth, Cartersville, Calhoun and Dallas. Counties include Fulton, Cobb, Bartow, Floyd, Whitfield, Douglas, Cherokee, Gordon and Paulding.
Tennessee customers can expect the fastest service in the following areas: Chattanooga, Cleveland, East Ridge, East Brainerd, Soddy-Daisy, Red Bank, Harrison, Signal Mountain, Dayton, Dunlap, Jasper, South Pittsburgh and Fairmount. Counties include Hamilton, Bradley and Marion. We also provide service to Georgia customers in Walker, Catoosa, Whitfield and Murray counties, including the cities of Dalton, Rossville, Fort Oglethorpe, LaFayette, Chatsworth and Ringgold.