Performing Quick Water Damage Restoration in Hyde Park
Water Cleanup Services for Your Home or Business
Dutchess County is home to many communities and cities, but only some have the history of Hyde Park. Today, the town is like any modern municipality with countless eateries like El Rey Mexican Restaurant, Tracy’s, and Antonella’s. It is also the home of a renowned institution inspiring and educating the chefs of tomorrow. Here on the Hudson River is the home of the main campus for the Culinary Institute of America. Its student body has helped shape some small businesses and services for the population now exceeding 21,000.
While SERVPRO® might be famous for rapidly managing water damage restoration in Hyde Park homes and businesses, this community owes its notoriety to one of America’s well-known leaders, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He was most known for guiding the country through its worst economic downturn, the Great Depression. As his hometown, Hyde Park has many landmark structures and buildings associated with the early life of this remarkable man, including his home, the home of Eleanor Roosevelt, and Haviland Middle School.
Water Damage Restoration Takes Several Forms
SERVPRO professionals must act fast when water damage occurs. We have mitigation and emergency services to protect a compromised property and keep the situation from worsening. Our quick mobilization after the first notice of loss gets us started on the following:
- Extraction – Removing standing water on flooring throughout the damaged building.
- Cleaning – Clearing soils and debris from surfaces to better inspect their integrity and salvageability.
- Drying – Deploying air movers and dehumidifiers to manage moisture.
- Mold Prevention – Using mold-inhibiting products to keep colonies from forming.
Cleaning up after water damage means having a quick response. While we might be slower on our feet than the Hudson Valley Horrors derby team at the Hyde Park Roller Magic Rink, we have efficient tools to overcome loss effects. Call SERVPRO of NW & SE Dutchess County at (845) 635-4550.