Your Water Damage & Mold Remediation Experts in Atlanta, GA



In case you’ve ever had to deal with water damage after a flood, sewage clean-up in your home, or mold remediation following the flooding of an apartment complex down the street from yours, then you know how stressful these events are. Luckily for people living throughout Atlanta, GA, there is Upbeat Restoration who can help make this process easier on everyone involved. We provide Water Damage Restoration, Mold Remediation, Fire and Smoke Damage clean-up services, as well as Sewage Cleanup. So if any disasters have happened near where you live before, don’t hesitate to give us a call today.

When your residence or business is struck with water damage, you might feel overwhelmed. But don’t panic—our team of professionals will come in and get started on cleaning up immediately! Floods, bursting pipes, and other emergencies can all lead to water damage. It’s stressful knowing the problems that sitting water like mold may cause after just 24 hours. Don’t let issues snowball out of control; our experts are here for rapid response service when you need it most.

At Upbeat Restoration, we’ll assess the causes and extent of your water damage to ensure no hidden moisture is causing more damage. Then we extract any excess water from your home or business using an industrial-sized humidifier before it dries out with our equipment that ensures there are no hidden pockets of humidity left behind.

Our technicians are professionally trained in a range of restoration services. We provide the latest technology to remove mold and water and repair damage quickly. From photos, documents and contents, to your home or business structure itself-we can restore what you cherish most.

Do you know?

Every year, severe weather destroys thousands of homes and businesses with water or flood damage. Flooding can enter the building through cracks or openings in floor-level walls, utility penetrations like drains and vents, or even through leaks from appliances. Water damage can enter your home directly if rain seeps into entryways or windblown water blows open doors and windows, which allows rain to pour into the house.