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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Emergency Services Water Damage in Seattle

3/24/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO technician consulting with customer You can depend on our professionals with state of the art equipment to thoroughly dry your property so you can return safely after a water incident.

Ceiling Repairs from Water Damages in Seattle

Seattle is the largest metropolitan area in the Pacific Northwest, with almost 4 million people. The city is ranked as the fastest-growing city in the US. The Denny party from Illinois arrived in 1851, and the region was named Seattle in 1852. The city evolved from a major logging center to aircraft manufacturing after world war II and then as a technology center of excellence from the 1980s onward with companies such as Microsoft and Amazon. A host of companies focusing on software, biotechnology, and the internet continue to drive strong growth in the city and surrounding areas.

A city of Seattle's size has many cultural, sports, entertainment, and outdoor activities to offer residents and visitors. The following list provides a synopsis of a few of them that many find worthwhile to enjoy.

  • Chihuly Garden and Glass
  • The Museum of Flight
  • Pike Place Market
  • Washington State Ferries
  • Kerry Park
  • Sky View Observatory
  • Hiram M. Chittenden Locks
  • Woodland Park Zoo
  • T-Mobile Park
  • Space Needle

Chihuly Garden and Glass

The Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibition should be on everyone's list of places to visit. Eight galleries offer a complete collection of Dale Chihuly's series of works. The main exhibit is the Glasshouse. Covering 4500 square feet and 40 feet tall, it displays a 100-foot-long glass sculpture with a palette of oranges, reds, amber, and orange. Each artistic sculpture changes in perception as the natural light of day fades into night. Visitors should check online for hours. The gardens are located at 305 Harmon St.

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market encompasses a 9-acre historic district where farmers, small businesses, and artisans offer their products to the public. The Pike Market Senior Center, the Food Bank, childcare and preschool, and Pike Market Clinic are located within the district. There are four farmer's markets – City Hall Farmers Market, The Regrade Farmers Market, the South Lake Union Farmers Market, and the First Hill Farmers Market. Check for dates and schedules.

The crafts market represents over 225 local and regional craftspeople, opens daily, and is located in the North Arcade. The market is one of the most diverse and most extensive in the US.

Sky View Observatory

Sky View Observatory is located at 902 feet elevation on the 73rd floor of the Columbia Center. The observatory is the tallest public viewing spot in the Pacific Northwest. There is a 360-degree view that includes

  • Mt. Rainier,
  • The Cascade Mountains,
  • Mt. Baker,
  • Bellevue,
  • Elliott Bay,
  • The Space Needle
  • The Olympic Mountains and
  • The city of Seattle.

Water Mitigation from Burst Pipes in Ceilings in Seattle Homes

A slow leak in a pipe in the ceiling of your home may go unnoticed for weeks until a brown stain appears on the surface of the ceiling. A burst pipe may cause water to fill the ceiling cavity until it comes crashing down on unsuspecting residents.

SERVPRO provides water mitigation from leaking or burst pipes in Seattle residences. Anytime there is a burst pipe, homeowners should immediately shut off the main water intake valve and call us for help.

Our team responds to your call in less than four hours and immediately begins

  • Water clean up,
  • Removing debris that may have fallen
  • Finds the source of the water leak
  • Initiates drying and humidity reduction activities

Call SERVPRO of Seattle Northeast for water mitigation and restoration in Seattle and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (206) 362-9295.

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