Warrior Restoration was extremely prompt! They showed up quickly, and payed special attention to my personal possessions. When they told me something, they did it! I would recommend them to anyone.

Brian Nix, Fayetteville, GA 
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Warrior Restoration Inc. 19 Perry Street Newnan, Georgia 30263
Telephone: (770)683-5555

24 Hour Emergency Water, Fire & Storm Damage Restoration
“Call to Schedule An Inspection or Report A Claim”
For Fast Resonse Call 770.683.5555

Warrior Restoration is conviently located in Newnan Georgia. We service the following areas: Newnan GA, Fayetteville GA, Peachtree City GA, Atlanta GA, Union City GA, Tyrone GA, Senoia GA, Hampton GA, Riversdale GA, Griffin GA, Jonesboro GA, Forrest Park GA, East Point GA, Stockbridge GA, McDonough GA, Douglasville GA, Mabelton GA, Vinings GA, Smyrna GA, Marietta GA, Kennesaw GA, Powder Springs GA, Hiram Ga, Carrolton GA, Temple GA, Decatur Ga, Bremen GA, Hogansville GA.

Fire Damage, Fire Damage Restoration

With immediate action, many more items may be salvaged after a fire, before they absorb smoke odors or become irreparable from water damage. We are IICRC certified for fire and smoke restoration, water damage restoration, carpet cleaning, and odor control. While fire damage may be visible to most people, smoke can cause insidious damage to items such as electronics. The casing of the item may appear untouched, but inside, sensitive equipment can be rendered unsafe to use because of corrosion. Depend upon our knowledge of smoke damage to assess what's safe and what's not. Smoke also creeps into cracks and porous surfaces to manifest unpleasant odors later. Our trained technicians meticulously inspect and use state-of-the-art equipment and a variety of processes to ensure your home or business is both safe and free of smoke odors. And speaking of training, we constantly update our technicians' skills with cutting edge techniques so that their cleaning processes remain current. Soot damage can lend a dingy, dirty appearance to your belongings. Improper cleaning can spread the damage instead of cleaning it up. Trust us to clean your possessions gently and thoroughly. Contact us for more information.

Step 1:
Refer to www.befiresmart.com, a Liberty Mutual Insurance site, for general safety advice. Do not assume it's safe to enter unless emergency personnel have told you so. If in doubt, don't enter. No personal belongings are worth your life, safety or health.

Step 2:
Contact us right away, so that we can immediately respond to your emergency.

Step 3:
Avoid spreading soot stains by touching only what you need to and walking only where necessary. Lay down drop cloths or other protective materials in high-traffic areas.

Step 4:
If the power is off, empty your refrigerator and freezer, discard the food and leave the doors open. Also discard any shelf stable food that was stored near the fire as the heat may have made it unfit to eat safely.

Step 5:
Use tape to secure two layers of cheesecloth or other such fabric over air vents.