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Midwest Remediation Services in Atlanta

Midwest Remediation has provided the greater Indianapolis area with water & fire damage restoration as well as mold remediation solutions for more than three decades. Our emergency crews are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to assist in your hour of need. Our IICRC-certified technicians provide mitigation and restoration for structures affected by mold, sewage, water, fire, and smoke.

Midwest Remediation is the industry leader in microbial remediation throughout Marion, Morgan, Shelby, Johnson, Hendricks, Hancock, Hamilton and Boone counties. We are experts at remediating residential and commercial properties contaminated with mold or facing sewage/black water damage. We also handle trauma and bio-hazards, meth lab contamination and animal and bird infestation situations.

Our experienced restoration and remediation specialists understand how to remediate microbial problems correctly. They are certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) and affiliated with numerous educational and professional organizations that are widely accepted & respected in the restoration and remediation industry.

Our extensive array of services include:

When you need our services, contact us online or give us a call at 317-548-0107.

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.

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