Home Destroyed in Fire by Plane

Fire Damage after Small Plane Crash   On the evening of Friday March 24th, a small Cessna Citation I plane crashed into a suburban home in Marietta, Georgia.

First Responders Train for Bus Accidents

School buses transport the most precious cargo imaginable, our children. Yet first responders are seeing more and more of these vehicles involved in bus accidents.

More Storm Damage for Southern Louisiana

14,000 Left Without Power. Tornadoes are popping up everywhere lately. Southern Louisiana was struck by several tornadoes in multiple storm fronts on Tuesday. It was confirmed by the National Weather Service that at least three tornadoes touched down leaving 14,000 without power across the state and massive storm damage.

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.

Reliable Restoration Thanks Peter Hajjar for 7 Years of Dedicated Service

PRESS RELEASE RELIABLE RESTORATION ANNOUNCES THE RETIREMENT OF PETER HAJJAR, CO-FOUNDER AND MANAGING MEMBER Reliable Restoration wishes to acknowledge and thank Mr. Pete Hajjar in recognition of his retirement for seven years of dedicated and astonishing service. Norcross, GA (September 30, 2016) – Reliable Restoration, LLC today announced that Peter Hajjar, firm co-founder and a managing partner, will retire effective September 30, 2016. Beginning on October 1, 2016 Wes Thornton, company co-founder and head of administrative

Charged and Ready! Charging Your Cell Phone Safely

Are you charging your cell phone safely? Many people aren’t. With the most recent news concerning cell phone battery and charging issues, we at Reliable Restoration wanted to share 5-Tips to charging your cell phone safely. View our SlideShare presentation OR Download our PDF below. charged-and-ready

A 4-Day Week Could Have Health Risks

A four-day work week could be hazardous to your health Working a 4-Day work week may sound like a great idea, after all who does not want more family time. But, as research shows squeezing a full work week into four days can have some health risks especially for those who work more than the standard 40-hours work week. While the manufacturing industry has been one of the leaders in encouraging the 30-hours work week (4

Lousiana Disaster Relief: Coming Together as a Community

Disaster Happens An interesting phenomenon happens after a devastating weather disaster. There is the usual reaction of shock followed by a mourning period. As homeowners begin disaster relief they assess the damage, tension fills the air. They look at the wreckage dealt by the disaster, homes destroyed, cars abandoned on the roadside and the flooded streets. Members of the community, for a moment, find themselves thinking, What do I do now? This is what our neighbors in

Empowering The Safety Team Leaders in Your Business

Choosing a Safety Team Leader Choosing a Safety Team Leader for your business is often an arduous task. Normally companies delegate this to a management team member who is already overloaded with the tasks of their current role. OR, is it left up to a volunteer staff member who is ill-equipped to properly embrace this important leadership responsibility. So how does a company choose a candidate that fits into the role and has the aptitude to rally

Water Damage, By an Ice Maker!

Water Damage Extensive Water damage can come at the most unexpected time and by the smallest means. In my case it was a power outage that resulted in the refrigerator being shut off; as a result my well performing ice maker had an open line to pumping GALLONS of water freely into my new home. Sadly after two days of unobstructed water flow I faced expensive Water Damage Restoration to the tune of thousands of

Commercial Building Fire Restoration

The Fire Restoration Call Getting an emergency fire restoration call in the middle of the night is nothing new for the Reliable Restoration team. Our knowledgeable and dedicated professionals take these call personally. So when the staff at Wild Bill’s in Duluth, Ga. contacted us after a recent fire we were ready to jump to the call.