D&B Restoration understands the devastation, stress and frustration caused by unexpected damage in your home or business. We are here to help you get back to pre-damage conditions quickly and easily, with as little hassle as possible by providing water damage cleanup 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Time is critical when water has entered your home, whether it is because of a broken, leaky, or frozen pipe, a toilet or sink overflow, a slab leak, refrigerator, dishwasher or washing machine, or basement water damage, our highly knowledgeable and experienced team can clean the area and repair the damage. No matter the cause of flooding, day or night, we will arrive to get started as soon as possible. We work with attention to detail on every job and will not rest until your damage is repaired and your life can return to normal.
IICRC Certified Technicians will arrive in D&B marked service vehicles, and greet you with a smile as they listen to all of your concerns and address each flood damage issue. While this may be your first time you need water removal in your home or business, rest assured, that our technicians have developed the skill sets and field experience to handle every water cleanup situation. Using the best practices our team will mitigate the damages and restore your property to a pre loss condition as quickly, safely, and efficiently as possible to control costs and minimize damages caused by the flood damage.
Often times, when you experience a broken pipe, it is due to the weather dropping well below freezing temperatures. Homes that are left vacant with no regulating of heat or poorly insulated walls can be a common culprit of frozen water pipes and frozen water lines in the winter time. These breaks can be hard to notice immediately because they commonly occur in the basement. Broken pipes can also be common cause of water damage, causing gallons of water to come flooding through your living rooms, bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom. A broken/frozen pipe will always cause standing water in your home. Once this happens, contact us right away, and we can get your water damage repaired immediately.
Sewage damage can cause significant problems from the very start. In addition to the foul stench, an array of other problems such as fungi, viruses and other pathogens can create serious health hazards. If sewage problems remain untreated, they can cause major structural damage which can be extraordinarily expensive to repair. Our team of professionally certified experts have years of experience with various sewage cleanup and water damage problems. We provide the best sewage cleanup and repair services throughout Cartersville. Out of all of the different types of restoration claims, sewage damage is often the most dangerous and hardest to clean up. The very nature of it resulting from a sewer over flow, means that raw sewage has gotten into your home. Any thing that this raw sewage has touched, needs to be be thrown out. This would include personal belongings, carpeting, padding, and even dry wall. Flooding caused by sewage, or other highly contaminated water is hazardous and must be removed by our trained technicians. It"s important that if you do have sewage damage, only a trained professional should handle the cleanup. This will keep you and your family safe during the sewage cleanup process. Our goal is to restore your home or business following a sewage damage disaster in order to limit downtime and extra expenses.
We are a professional water damage company that provides Cartersville water damage cleanup and removal for residential and commercial water damage victims. If you are dealing with an emergency water damage crisis, give the D&B Restoration a call right away so we can get started on your water damage repairs as soon as possible. Call us today at (770)-870-9615 to get started today! D&B Restoration Services is located at 622 Cassville Road Cartersville, GA 30120 and services areas throughout 30120, 30121, 30137, and 30184. Some points of interest we service near include the Booth Western Art Museum, Rose Lawn Museum, and the Cartersville Public Library.