If you live in Marietta, GA and have experienced a severe storm, flooding, a fire or have mold growing anywhere in your home or business, you can rely on structureMEDIC’s team to salvage and restore your property, even in the most desperate of repairs.

A Little Bit About Marietta

Known as a little-big city, Marietta is home to 56,579 people as of the 2010 census. Though the origin of its name is unknown, the general consensus is that the city was named after Mary Cobb, the wife of U.S. Senator and superior court judge, Thomas Willis Cobb.

At the beginning of the Western and Atlantic Railroad, Marietta was the center of all activity, which resulted in a boom of economic prosperity. Although the hub was later moved to what is now Atlanta in 1842, Marietta still enjoyed prosperity and had shared economic success with the surrounding areas.

The ever-vibrant and colorful Marietta Square is a slice of American history everyone should taste when they come to town. The square consists of fountains, gazebos, and delicious local restaurants and bars. Stop in Marietta’s Gone with the Wind museum dedicated to the book by Atlanta native Margaret Mitchell. Spend a day meandering through the square on a warm summer day or bring your whole family at night to enjoy the lights and decorations on display for Christmas in the winter. No matter what time of year you go, Marietta Square is sure to be a beautiful site to see.

Also in the square you will find another piece of Americana. Grab some friends or family and enjoy a fantastic live performance in the historic Earl Smith Strand Theatre. It has recently been renovated and improved, but continues to maintain affordable prices, great service and impeccable shows.

If you have experienced damage to your home or business in Marietta, GA from flooding, storms, or a fire please contact structureMEDIC today. Our restoration teams are standing by!

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