Atlanta Storm Damage

  Atlanta storm damage is devastating to a community. Atlanta storm damage can cause widespread issues in the city and metro areas. The most common natural disaster in Georgia are thunderstorms. Under the right conditions, rainfall from thunderstorms causes flash flooding, killing more people each year than hurricanes, tornadoes or lightning. Lightning is responsible for many fires in the metro Atlanta area each year and potentially causes fatalities. Hail up to the size of softballs damages cars

Reliable Restoration Releases Strategic Response Plan for Hurricane Matthew

Today Reliable Restoration released a Press Release detailing a strategic plan of action to address any potential damage assistance needed in the wake of Hurricane Matthew’s arrival on the east coast. “At Reliable, our primary concern is, and always will be, the safety and security of people. Once the danger passes, we will are prepared to respond quickly, to assess the damage and begin the process of restoring your properties and lives to normal. To that

300 Miles Away and My Family is the Path of Hurricane Matthew

I am worried. As I sit here to write this blog my thoughts are on my family is in Hurricane Matthew’s path.  My sister-in-law and nephew live in Savannah, right in Matthew’s Category 4 course. Due to my nephew’s job in the field of public service, they cannot evacuate too far from the area.

5 Questions To Ask Your Restoration Company

Who Can You Depend On? Finding a Disaster Restoration Company you can trust is hard, especially in the chaotic aftermath of a disaster. Your first focus is of course on the safety of your family or company employees but, quickly afterward it shifts to halting the damage, salvaging your property and protecting your hard-worked for assets. Knowing the 5 Questions to ask your restoration company can quickly help you identify a service provider who is not only equipped

Having a Home Storm Shelter When the Tornado Sirens Sound

The Tornado Sirens sound…do you have a home storm shelter? Severe storms and tornadoes can come up quick in the south. Whether preparing for a severe thunderstorm or a tornado, having a home storm shelter in place can not only offer comfort when the lights go out, but can save lives if disaster strikes. Here are a few tips to help you prepare a storm shelter in your home for when the sirens sound.

Time to Bug out! Planning for a Safe Evacuation

  Safe Evacuation A natural disaster can occur at any moment and being prepared for a safe evacuation or “Bug out” is crucial to getting your family to safety. Still, in the midst of the chaos emotions can sometimes take over and become obstacles to exiting safely. By knowing a few tips for planning a safe evacuation you can overcome the anxiety of not being prepared to bug out in a disaster!

Fire Statistics You Don’t Want to Forget

Fires are devastating but being informed can save lives and property. Check out our Fire Statistics Infographic on the causes and steps for after a fire occurs.   If your home or business has suffered a fire, contact the Reliable Restoration team of professionals. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, our expert team is mobilized to be onsite quickly to secure your property and begin the restoration process. At

Can You Hear Me Now? Disaster Communication

Hello…hello? Everyone loves the old Verizon “Can You Hear Me Now?” commercials. Sprint has even parlayed this into a new commercial stream with the former actor. Yet, during an emergency or natural disaster situation, communication is no joking matter. So does your family or business have a Disaster Communication Plan in place? If not, there are some steps you may wish to follow to putting a plan in place.