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Restoration Services in Atlanta, IN

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When disaster strikes, no matter what time of the day or night it is, Midwest Remediation is prepared to respond to your call. With our many years of experience and knowledge of complex cleanup and restoration methods, getting help from our team can make a significant impact on your recovery efforts.

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Professional remediation and restoration services in Atlanta, Indiana

The health and safety of our clients are our primary concern whenever we respond to disaster situations. Our restoration professionals are certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC), and they strictly follow various industry and government standards whenever they work in order to ensure that all clients are afforded top-quality customer service.

If you need services like mold and sewage backup remediation, fire and water damage restoration, trauma and biohazard cleanup, contents restoration, and restoration of commercial spaces, look no further. Midwest Remediation is the foremost service provider of comprehensive restoration and cleanup services in Atlanta, Indiana, and surrounding areas.

Call us now if you’re facing fire, water, and storm damage in your home or business property. We will not wait until normal business hours to respond to off-hour calls, thanks to our round-the-clock emergency response services. You may reach us by calling 317-548-0107 or by sending us a message through our contact page.

Learn about Atlanta, IN

The town of Atlanta is located in Hamilton County’s Jackson Township in the state of Indiana. According to the United States Census Bureau, it was home to 744 residents back in 2013.

The town as it is known today originates from the land owned by General Michael Sheil. He was a native of Ireland who settled with his wife in 1834 in a property that included Atlanta’s present-day town boundaries. He built a trading post there in 1836, serving Native Americans from the Miami tribe and the few other white settlers in the area. 

Sheil’s land came to be known as Sheilville, while two other communities — Spargersville and Buena Vista — emerged in the area in 1835 and 1846, respectively. In 1885, Buena Vista was renamed Atlanta. The three communities merged, and the new town was incorporated in 1900.