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"Mr. Jim Clark was my point of contact with Champion; he was courteous, professional and extremely helpful. It was a pleasure doing business with him. The members of all of the crews, water removal/drying, carpet layers and packers were courteous, professional, arrived on time, and completed work in a timely manner. In addition, they were friendly. We are very pleased with Champion's response and work and I will gladly recommend Champion to others. I will express my satisfaction with Champion to USAA." - Water Damage in Fayetteville, GA

"I have never been as impressed with a great group of young men. Very professional, efficient and knowledgeable of their line of work. Considering the age of my crew; they out-performed the middle and older aged men I have worked with in similar job requests. Thank you!!! Big kudos to Colby...loved this kid!!!" - Water Damage in Ellenwood, GA

"The crew was super courteous and professional. They also showed a level of compassion that was an unexpected surprise. They also took the extra step to explain every step." - Water Damage in Jonesboro, GA

"If I hadn't seen the damage beforehand, afterwards I wouldn't have know it had occurred. Great group of people both repairing and managing the crews." - Water Damage in Peachtree City, GA

“Champion has done a super job in getting the house squared away. All of their employees and subcontractors have been professional, courteous and helpful in answering our many questions and keeping us informed of schedules and other matters.” - Fire Damage in Peachtree City, GA


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Disaster Planning for the Elderly

It is important for older Americans to evaluate their personal needs and make plans to cover those needs in an emergency.

Take action and plan before a disaster by:

  • Creating a network of neighbors, relatives, friends and co-workers to help you in an emergency
  • Having enough medication and supllies for at least a week or longer
  • Have copies of emergency documents including Medicare information

Watch and share this video for more tips and information:


Waiting: A Video by the Ready Campaign

A 60-Second Broadcast Public Service Announcement brought to you by the Ready Campaign and the Ad Council on the importance of creating a family emergency communication plan.


Disaster Preparedness Month: Week 2

Week 2 of National Preparedness Month will focus on knowing how to plan for specific needs before a disaster. Here are the audiences that will be focused on this week:

MONDAY 9/8: Youth & Children and Colleges & Universities

TUESDAY 9/9: Tribal Audiences

WEDNESDAY 9/10: Businesses

THURSDAY 9/11: First Responders (Police, Fire, EMS, Nurses and Public Utility Workers)

FRIDAY 9/12: Organizations (Faith-based, Voluntary and State/Local)

SATURDAY 9/13: Ones with Disabilities or Access and Functional Needs and Older Americans

SUNDAY 9/14: Pets and Animals

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Champion's Cheerleader of the Day

Check out this great review we just got from a happy water damage client in Stockbridge, GA...

"Although the circumstances were difficult, we are extremely pleased with Sam Elliott's professionalism and emphathy and overjoyed with the work (professionalism and timeliness) Johnathan and his crew did. Excellent job - we love the finished product."

Way to go Mitigation Team, Sam and Jonathan!!!


Make a Disaster Preparedness Plan

September is Disaster Preparedness Month. The theme for week one is "How to Reconnect With Family After a Disaster"

Here are some questions to consider...

  1. How will you reconnect with each other?
  2. What if your neighborhood is being evacuated?
  3. How will you communicate?

It's important to make a plan now so that you will know what to do, how to find each other, and how to communicate in an emergency.

Check out these tools to start your family emergency plan today:


It's Disaster Preparedness Month!


Disaster Preparedness Month: Week 1

Disaster Preparedness Month Week 1: September 1 through 7, 2014

This week's theme is: How to Reconnect With Family After a Disaster

Communicating with your family and friends when a disaster occurs is important to make sure everyone is safe. This is why having both an evacuation and communication plan is important. Have peace of mind when a disaster strikes and creat your evacuation and emergency communication plans.

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Glossary of Water Damage Terms

Water damage restoration is the process of restoring a property back to pre-loss condition after sustaining any level of water damage. Here are some terms that frequently occur during this process.

Air Filters: Air filters catch microscopic particles, invisible to the naked eye, such as mold spores, bacteria and dust.

Air Movers: Air movers are high-powered portable fans that increase the airflow above the flooring, allowing drier air from the environment to circulate around the flooring, creating a greater evaporation rate. Air movers are typically used in conjunction with dehumidifiers.

Air Scrubbers: Air scrubbers remove visible airborne particles such as sawdust, drywall dust, and concrete dust.

Anti-microbial: Ant-microbial prevents the growth and migration of bacteria, yeast, mold and fungus.

Dehumidifiers: Industrial-grade dehumidifiers reduce the level of humidity in the air, replacing it with dry air. Dehumidifiers help prevent secondary water damage like swelling and warping of floors, walls, and furniture. Dehumidifiers are typically used in conjunction with air movers.

Deodorization: Deodorization is the process of removing or altering unwanted odors.

Extraction: The physical removal of water from the property. This is the first step in the drying process. Equipment used may be portable or truck-mounted.

Infrared cameras: Infrared cameras may be used to find hidden water behind walls and ceilings.

Injectidry: Injectidry is a trapped moisture ventilating system. Dries water damaged walls and ceilings by injecting air between stud cavities

Moisture detectors and hygrometers: These meters measure the extent of moisture saturation.

Negative Air: Negative air machines capture contaminated air and produce clean non-contaminated air. A negative pressure environment will help to contain the mold, dust, particles and odors within the workspace containment barrier.



National Preparedness Month Starts September 1st

National Preparedness Month Starts September 1st! This year's theme is  "Be Disaster Aware, Take Action to Prepare." Take action by participating in America's PrepareAthon! on September 30th.

Each week has a different preparedness theme. Check them out:

WEEK 1: How to Reconnect With Family After a Disaster

WEEK 2: How to Plan for Specific Needs Before a Disaster

WEEK 3: How to Build an Emergency Kit

WEEK 4 & 5: How to Practice for an Emergency





Metro Atlanta Events for September 2014

September 4th - 7th: Yellow Daisy Festival at Stone Mountain Park


September 5th - 7th: Fall Atlanta Home Show and Outdoor Living Expo at Cobb Galleria Centre


September 6th: Great Atlanta Beer Fest at Turner Field


September 13th: Georgia Aquarium Pirate and Princess Day


September 13th - November 23rd: Uncle Shuck's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch in Dawsonville


September 19th: Midtown Music Festival at Piedmont Park


September 26th - 28th: TomorrowWorld Music Festival in Chattahoochee Hills


September 26th - October 5th: Georgia State Fair at Atlanta Motor Speedway