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In-Home Flooding Means Water Cleanup is Needed in Redwood City

4/13/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO restoration equipment being used in water damaged home Water damage can come from a variety of sources. Whatever the scope, SERVPRO is ready and equipped to restore your home.

SERVPRO Provides Water Damage Remediation When a Water Intrusion Occurs in your Redwood City Home

Redwood City got its start as home to the Ohlone people, a Native American group from Northern California. It went on to become a port city, becoming the destination point of goods and lumber. Today, it is in Silicon Valley and is the headquarters for numerous global technology companies. Although home to technology, there are many historic landmarks and lots to see and do.

Famous Redwood City People

Redwood City is home to quite a few notable people in various areas of endeavors. There are politicians, sports figures, and entertainers. They include:

  • John Huntsman, Jr – politician & diplomat
  • Davante Adams – football player
  • Geoff Blum – baseball player & broadcaster
  • Jeff Clark – wave surfer
  • Lily Zhang – Olympic table tennis
  • Bela Lugosi – actor
  • Chelsi Smith – Miss USA & Miss Universe

Union Cemetery

This California Historical Landmark was started in 1859. It was San Mateo County’s first American burial ground. The cemetery closed in 1918, but the poor continued to be buried there. Visitors can see the graves of California volunteers who died during the Civil War, plus other historical plots. It is a beautiful area and well worth the visit.

Lathrop House

Built in 1863, the Lathrop-Connor Mansfield House is an eleven-room house. The home initially rested on the spot the Fox Theatre is on. Tall arches and gables adorn the building making it a lovely architectural work. The unique steamboat design is specific to the period. Today it is a museum and heritage center dedicated to preserving Redwood City history.

The Fox Theatre

Originally known as The New Sequoia Theater, it opened in 1929 and drew visitors to new motion pictures. It is a work of art with a Moorish design on the inside and a Gothic-style exterior. In one manner or another, it has been an ongoing venue for entertainment featuring entertainers such as Bill Cosby, BB King, and Melissa Etheridge.

Bair Island Ecological Reserve

Bair Island is made up of three islands, Inner, Outer, and Middle Island, which span over 3,000 acres, are part of the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge. The Reserve is an ecological wetland and is home to many species, including the Salt marsh harvest mouse and the California clapper rail, and endangered species. Visitors can tour the wetlands and marsh area on guided trails.

Parks & Recreation

There are a plethora of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in Redwood City. If you love wildflowers, Edgewood County Park is famous for them. There are over 25 city parks residents and visitors alike can take advantage of throughout the year. And if you are in our area on July 4th, you won’t want to miss one of the largest Independence Day parade events in the US.

SERVPRO Provides Water Cleanup Service to Redwood City Residents

Whether you need basement flooding cleanup, sewage cleanup, or ceiling roof repairs from water damage SERVPRO has you covered. Fast mitigation is necessary to prevent secondary damage whenever there is a water intrusion. We provide:

  • Water extraction with various pumps
  • Drying with commercial air movers and dehumidifiers
  • Water damage remediation
  • Ceiling repairs from water damage
  • Flood restoration

If you need professional water cleanup, give SERVPRO of Belmont / San Carlos a call at (650) 591-4137.

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