Water Damage Restoration Syracuse
SERVPRO for Syracuse Water Damage Restoration
Call SERVPRO of East Onondaga County (315) 446-8776.
With a metropolitan area of more than 660,000 people, Syracuse has become the fifth most populated city in New York. With its proximity to Lake Ontario, it has grown steadily over the centuries to become nearly as large as the nearby port city of Rochester, the third-largest city in the state, accessible by the connecting I-90 in a mere hour and twenty minutes. Because of the humid continental climates, moist air becomes a continuous threat to structures through mold development or water damages. Rain and snow are interchangeable in their potential for damaging area homes and businesses, especially with lake effect storms rolling in off Lake Ontario and Nor' easter storms typical of the winter. The possibilities of blizzards are consistent as well, though Onondaga County has not seen truly crippling snowfall since the infamous blizzard in 1993, which heaped 43 inches over two days.
Syracuse Emergency Water Removal, Cleaning, and Restoration
- Locally Owned and Operated
- Extraction and Drying
- Water Cleanup
- 24/7 Availability (315) 446-8776
- Mold Remediation, Inspections, and Cleaning
- Fire and Smoke Damage Cleaning and Restoration
- Commercial Cleaning and Restoration Solutions
- Storm Damage Recovery
Restoring Syracuse Homes and Businesses After Water Damage
While there are nearly 150,000 residents within the city limits, Syracuse is best known for the University. The campus is home to an estimated 23,000 students every semester, which has led to a boost in the local retail and dining developments around University Hill and Westcott neighborhoods. These areas are within a short distance of the campus and feature a long list of bars, restaurants, retail stores, and specialty shops. When Nor' easters and other water damage incidents impact large structures like the Carrier Dome, where the Orange play various sports, you can get immediate service from large loss restoration technicians by calling our SERVPRO team (315) 446-8776.
Polar vortexes are another threat that can lead to burst pipes in large commercial structures throughout the city like Le Moyne College and SUNY Upstate Medical University near Syracuse University's main campus. Despite the cold temperatures through a portion of the winter season, mild spring and summer weather make for favorable conditions in upstate New York.
A focus on the arts has allowed Syracuse to become more than just a home for the Orange. With cultural and historical centers like the Erie Canal Museum and the Everson Museum of Art, people can see and experience the region's changing landscapes and varying artistic muses evolving from one year to the next. Live productions and performances can also be caught at the Syracuse Stage proving grounds, where many current Broadway productions first tested themselves. These are landmarks of the city, but equally susceptible to a burst pipe or other water damage situations that require immediate attention and mitigation.
Emergency Water Damage Scenarios
- Burst pipes after freezing
- Heavy snowfall roof damage
- Flooding from ice jams
- Sewage and draining issues
- Overflowing toilets and appliances
- Post-fire extinguishment flooding
- Broken plumbing
Why Choose SERVPRO of East Onondaga County?
Fast and Reliable
With a local team of professionals, we can often reach damaged sites within hours.
Trained and Reputable
Our experienced technicians have extensive training and coursework to obtain their Water Restoration (WRT) and Applied Structural Drying (ASD) accreditations through the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC.)
We can track the movement and presence of moisture and deploy multiple units for extraction, drying, and restoration of the compromised property.
Questions? We are here to help you. Call SERVPRO of East Onondaga County (315) 446-8776.