Reliable Restoration for Water Damage in Seminole Homes?
SERVPRO Can Handle Water Damage in Your Seminole Residence “Like it never even happened.”
A St. Petersburg suburb in the state of Florida, Seminole is home to a population of 18,657 according to the census held in 2010. The city residents live in 8,007 households, according to the United States Census Bureau.
The enclaves of Pinellas County surround the city in all directions. Seminole’s close neighbors include Largo to the north, Ridgecrest to the northwest, to the east lies Pinellas Park, and to the south is St. Petersburg. The city’s major arteries include Alternate U.S. Highway 19 and State Road 694.
The city’s population is widespread, with 11.8 percent below the age of 18, those between 18 and 24 years total 3.8 percent, 19.5 percent are between the ages of 25 and 44 years, while 64.9 percent of the population are between 45 and 64 years.
The best things to do in Seminole
For those visiting the city for the first time, there are many places to see including:
- Pinewood Cultural Park: The facility includes over 20 acres of historic grounds and buildings, providing tourists an intriguing insight into the lives of those who lived there when the area was dangerous, undeveloped, and rugged. The Florida Botanical Garden that has both cultivated and uncultivated areas, are also within the facility.
- Walsingham Park: With over 350 acres, the park has a lake that provides visitors a wide range of recreation options capable of filling their entire day. The park also has miles of trails that lead to various natural habitats such as playgrounds, fitness stations, and seating areas.
- Rapp Brewing Company: On Endeavor Way, the company is among the few microbreweries in the region. The company brews over 40 different beer types for visitors tempting even the most finicky taste buds.
- Seminole Lanes: For tourists and residents who prefer indoor games in the city, there is no better place than Seminole Lanes. The facility has a robust air conditioning system and multi-colored bowling shoes of all sizes. The recreational facility is open until midnight every day of the week and extends on weekends.
- The Dali Museum: Home to the largest collection of artist’s works globally, the museum features hundreds of individual works.
How SERVPRO technicians help property owners to combat odors after water damage?
Moisture can cause odors on your property. However, once SERVPRO water damage specialists clean and dry the affected area effectively, the odor may subsidize. The awful smell can persist even after thorough cleaning depending on:
- The intensity and materials water damaged
- Source of water
- Number of days restoration was delayed
Our technicians can use an ozone machine to eliminate the foul smells. The equipment produces oxygen molecules with three oxygen atoms. The molecules act against odor-causing molecules to eliminate unwanted smells in your property. We remove plants, animals, and the residents of the property during this process. The equipment ensures no odor molecules continue to linger.
Water seeping into various surfaces in your property can cause huge losses and health hazards. Contact SERVPRO of Seminole & Central Gulf Beaches to stop further damage and restore your property to its preloss condition at (727) 391-6212.