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PuroClean Emergency & Property Restoration Services in Griswoldville

As leaders in the restoration industry, PuroClean provides professional restoration services in Griswoldville and nearby areas. We currently serve Griswoldville by providing a variety of services including local Griswoldville water damage restoration, smoke and fire damage restoration, biohazard cleanup, mold remediation and much more. We serve both residential and commercial clients.

To help you mitigate the losses after a crisis, we provide you with a network of 1 restoration experts. They have helped countless residents in or near Griswoldville recover from disasters for the past decade. Trained at the PuroClean Academy and having achieved multiple industry certifications, our franchise owners in Griswoldville are highly experienced in restoring disaster-struck properties.

Whether you’ve experienced flooding, fire damage, or biohazard situation, our PuroClean Restoration Specialists are always ready to come to your aid. They also coordinate with your insurance company to ensure the mitigation & restoration work goes smoothly.

For professional restoration services in Griswoldville, GA, please scroll down or use the map to find your nearest PuroClean location.

FAQ

Do you fix water damaged wood floors?

Yes - including subfloors, reconstruction and refinishing. The repairs needed depend on many factors. [...]

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Can mold cause liver damage?

Mold has been been associated with many ailments. You should consult with your doctor or your medical team if you are ill or have adverse sypmtoms. [...]

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Do I really need professional cleanup if the fire was small?

In most losses, cleaning the soot and smoke is the toughest part. Moreover, even small fires can cause major damage within minutes and leave lingering odors if not cleaned up [...]

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How long does it usually take for mold to grow or spread?

[VIDEO] Mold can begin to grow within 24 to 48 hours after water damage and it can spread quickly, especially when it is disrupted. Rubbing it or spraying air against [...]

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Can pets at home spread the new Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, also known as COVID-19)?

There is currently no evidence that household pets can be infected with or transmit the Coronavirus.  However, the CDC recommends having limited contact with household pets and other animals until [...]

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