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Clead, Dried Restored promises to provide you with the highest quality water cleanup services! Our IICRC-certified professionals are skilled in removing unwanted water from your home or business. By utilizing specialized industrial equipment, our water damage restoration technicians can pump large amounts of water from the affected area. Our moisture detection equipment, powerful fans, and industrial dehumidifiers make certain the floors and walls are entirely dry before the job is complete. We are committed to delivering a superior water damage cleanup service in your time of need. Our water and moisture extraction company prides itself on being swift and courteous to respond in the least amount of time possible. We are always committed to restoring your residential or commercial property back to its original condition in ther least amount of time.

Give us a call today at 678-919-1108

Flood Damage

Flood damage comes from a flood which is defined by as, "A flood is a general and temporary condition where two or more acres of normally dry land or two or more properties are inundated by water or mudflow." Many things can cause a flood such as, fast melting snow, flash flood, heavy or long lasting rains, tropical storms, or hurricanes. Flood damage cost can soar even with just an inch of water.


Cleaned, Dried, Restored is available day or night to start the flood damage cleanup process and to get your property dried out. Our professionals will see you through the rebuild as well. You can count on a job done right. Call us today 678-919-1108.

Did you Know?

Often home owners refer to their basement as being flooded from a broken water heater, their bathroom as flooded from a toilet that has overflowed, carpet flooded by an overflowing washer, or harwood floors flooded by a busted dishwasher. These however, are typically considered water damage by insurance companies, not true floods.


No matter how you refer to the water cleanup that needs to happen in your home, we are here to help 24/7. Call us 678-919-1108.

Flooded Home

Flooded Home

  • Floods and flash floods happen in all 50 states.

  • Everyone lives in a flood zone.

  • Most homeowners insurance does not cover flood damage.

  • Flash floods often bring walls of water 10 to 20 feet high.

  • A car can easily be carried away by just two feet of floodwater.

  • Hurricanes, winter storms and snowmelt are common (but often overlooked) causes of flooding.

  • New land development can increase flood risk, especially if the construction changes natural runoff paths.

  • In a high-risk area, your home is more than twice as likely to be damaged by flood than by fire.

  • Anyone can be financially vulnerable to floods. People outside of high-risk areas file over 20% of NFIP claims and receive one-third of disaster assistance for flooding.

  • From 2002 to 2011, flood insurance claims averaged over $2.9 billion per year.

  • Since 1978, the NFIP has paid over $36.9 billion for flood insurance claims and related costs (as of 12/31/10).

  • Over 5.5 million people currently hold flood insurance policies in more than 21,000 communities across the U.S.

Does Your General Homeowners Insurance Cover Floods?

Probably not if all you have is general homeowners insurance. Flood insurance is purchased seperate. Another insite to keep in mind is it can take 30 days before flood insurance takes effect.

Water Damage or Flood?