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Extraction - Structrual Drying - Waterproofing
Call Us - 24 Hour Emergency Service

Water Damage can cause serious damage to home or assets. Swift action is needed to remediate the water or progressive damage will occur. Call or Text Us 24-7 @ 770-787-9999 or Use our Online Form Below to have us to immediately address your flood or leak. We will  remove water from your home and most of our Services are included in your insurance policy. We can extract the water and stop the damage the water can cause. We will also direct bill your homeowners Insurance and start your claim or can bill you if you prefer. Call today with any questions. 


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What Should I Do if I Have a Water Leak?

1) Identify and Stop the Source. For leaking pipes try to locate the shut off valve of the property.


2) Call Christian, Inc. at 770-787-9999 (24/7) to have water extracted and start the drying process.


3) If possible, locate and shut off power to flooded area to avoid electrical shock.


4) If possible, locate and remove valuables, pictures, important documents, and electronics that are in the waters path.


5) For health reasons Christian, Inc. will identify water category. Water damage is typically classified into one of the following three categories: Category 1 Water- Refers to a source of water that does not pose substantial threat to humans and classified as "Clean Water". Examples are broken water supply lines, tub or sink overflows or appliance malfunctions that involves water supply lines. Category 2 Water- Refers to a source of water that contains a significant degree of chemical, biological or physical contaminants and causes discomfort or sickness when exposed or even consumed. Known as "Grey Water". This type carries micro organisms and nutrients of micro organisms. Examples are toilet bowls with urine (no feces), sump pumps failures, seepage due to hydrostatic failure and water discharge from dishwashers or washing machines. Category 3 Water- Known as "Black Water" and are grossly unsanitary. This water contains unsanitary agents, harmful bacteria and fungi, causing severe discomfort or sickness. Type 3 category are contaminated water sources that affects the indoor environment. This category includes water sources from sewage , seawater, rising water from rivers or streams, ground surface water or standing water. Category 2 Water or Grey Water that is not promptly removed from the structure and or have remained stagnant for 48-72 hours may be re classified as Category 3 Water. Toilet back flows that originates from beyond the toilet trap is considered black water contamination regardless of visible content or color.


6) Once standing water is removed Christian, Inc. will design a restoration plan to bring your structure to a "pre-loss condition" using EPA guidelines. We direct bill your insurance company so finances are "one less thing" you have to worry about during this time. Call, Text, or Email Us at (770)787-9999 to learn how we can be of service. We treat our customers like family, we are experts when it comes to cleaning, restoration, and environmental services. Our reputation for professionalism and excellence is something you can absolutely rely on.

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Can You Dry My Home?

Yes, Wet or Damp Structures can causes Serious Financial and Health Issues. Christian Inc. of Loganville Ga. uses a special drying method call Applied Structural Drying, which enables us to dry wet carpets, padding, sheet rock, subfloors and structures with little or no demolition to your home.


The Applied Structural Drying method uses more equipment to dry a structure faster while reducing the costs, time, and inconvenience related to replacements and repairs, reduces the risk of mold growth , and provides documentation and data that measures drying progress and confirms job completion.


The Environmental Protection Agency has developed standards and a classification system for the restoration industry which classifies water damage by the cleanliness of the water and by the size of and scope of a particular disaster. They also developed a certification system that trains technicians in this system and the techniques to use. All of Dry Star’s technicians are certified with the EPA in Applied Structural Drying.


Applied Structural Drying takes the guess work out of water damage restoration. It is based on science, and mathematical formulas are used to determine exactly the type and kind of equipment needed for the job.


One of the most important aspects of ASD is daily monitoring and documentation. This system allows Christian, Inc. of Loganville, Ga. to: Know what is wet, How wet is it (relative humidity, moisture content, etc) How well it is drying (measuring and adjusting for optimal effectiveness)

When it is dry (calibrated meters do not guess)
Meters measure humidity and moisture content to quantify wetness–no more guessing!


Documentation, which includes moisture maps and moisture logs, allows Christian, Inc. technicians to adjust, add, or remove equipment during the days drying occurs. This assures that the structure is drying correctly and that unnecessary equipment is removed . Problems are addressed and corrected immediately.

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Can You Waterproof My Home?
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Yes, Christian, inc is a leader in waterproofing structures. Using every method available today and being a distributor of waterproofing products including dry ease basement drainage and extract basement drainage, we at Christian inc. of Loganville GA apply prove it waterproofing methods to produce a dry basement. Whether your moisture is coming in from the sides of your basement or foundation or underneath your basement or foundation weekend evaluate and determined your moisture source using thermal imaging and infrared detection. 

Our Drain-Eze XL design uses patented (US7918055B2) expandable bi-fold technology to absorb the common wave deformity generic dimple mat can’t overcome. Work smarter and faster with the horizontal troughs and structural footer dimples. Yields high drain allowance & clog-free seepage collection.

Our  X-Tract drainage channel is an interior baseboard system designed to collect water seepage entering the basement through the joint where the floor and walls meet. The hollow baseboard cove system is adhered watertight to the concrete floor using the Pro-SealOnce Adhesive. This non-invasive system is ideal for monolithic slabs. Water seeping in through the cold joint between the floor and walls is collected by the Water X-Tract System and quietly channeled around the perimeter to the sump pump. The key component to the success of the Water X-Tract System is the base design, using a concave ribbed base to hold sealant and compress sealant against the floor without the sealant escaping out from under it, creating a long lasting watertight bond. Extended toe on the leading edge keeps the system upright, keeping the top tight against the wall, and adds an additional area for a watertight fillet of sealant along the leading edge. Ideal for monolithic slabs.

Cal, text, or email us today, (770) 787-9999 or and we will  will come out and give a free inspection to find your best find your best option to waterproof your basement today.


Can You Fix My Foundation?
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Yes, Christian Inc of Loganville GA is a distributor of rhino concrete reinforcement products which are the industry leaders and concrete repair. Using the latest in engineering and technology the rhino products are stronger than steel and made to last in wet environments.

Rhino Carbon Fiber Reinforcement Products are a product line of Rhino Products USA, Inc. Our main objective is to ensure your residential or commercial concrete crack repair and structural strengthening experiences are easy, reliable and long-lasting; we work hard every day to make this a reality for our customers. Everyone involved with Rhino Carbon Fiber is dedicated to providing the best repair solution for any project. We work closely with our customers to meet and exceed expectations for their projects.


We not only make one of the highest quality products available in the industry, but we continually work to make our products better. Our engineering and R&D departments ensure that Rhino Carbon Fiber continues to be the best concrete crack repair and structural strengthening solution available today, tomorrow and into the next century!

There are many concrete crack repair and structural strengthening options available in the industry, so why should you choose Rhino Carbon Fiber products? Our patented bowed wall repair system reinforces foundation walls by linking the foundation base with the building’s frame; this system is one of the strongest options available on the market, so you can rest easy knowing that the bowing or leaning wall is strong and structurally sound again. Once the carbon fiber application is completed, the area can be painted or covered, leaving a clean look with a small footprint. We offer a variety of concrete crack repair and structural strengthening solutions (i.e. crack injection, anchoring epoxy, CFRP, crack bridging and stitching) that will reinforce and strengthen cracked structures, preventing cracks from expanding while resisting water.

The Rhino Carbon Fiber organization focuses on producing concrete crack repair and structural strengthening products with a dedicated testing and research center. We put all of our energy and expertise into ensuring we offer repair products that are the best in the industry. We are a privately held company and a division of AGT Products, Inc., a trusted name in the basement renovation industry. When you partner with Rhino Carbon Fiber, you are backed by our international distribution network and brand presence. We work actively within the industry, keeping our thumb on the pulse so we can better serve our customers. We are active members of The International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI), the American Concrete Institute (ACI) and the Basement Health Association (BHA).

Call Christian Inc. Today for a Free Assessment of your project.

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