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Do You Need Water Removal after Basement Flooding in Smithtown – Call SERVPRO

5/20/2021 (Permalink)

water damaged flooring SERVPRO will be onsite within 4 hours of the initial call to start your water damage restoration process for your property.

SERVPRO Provides Water Removal Services in Smithtown

Smithtown is part of the New York Metro area on the North Shore of Long Island. The population is approximately 116,000 people. Smithtown was known as Smithfield originally. The location was first settled in 1665. Local legend suggests that a man named Smith rescued a local chief's daughter. In return, he was told he could lay claim to the land he could encircle in one day while riding a bull. He accomplished this challenge on the longest day of the year to allow him the largest land claim. A statue of Smith's bull still stands today.

Situated on Long Island and close to New York City, there are many interesting things to do in Smithtown.

  • Harmony Vineyards
  • Smithtown Library
  • Caleb Smith State Park Preserve
  • Whisper the Bull statue
  • Hoyt Farms
  • Sweet Briar Nature Center
  • Blydenburgh Park Historic District

Harmony Vineyards

Harmony Vineyards are known for their waterfront tasting room, circa 1690, Bordeaux Red Wines, Chablis, and Chardonnay wines, along with a few Long Island Beers. Visitors can enjoy the harbor side terraces. The vineyard is only 70 minutes by car from Manhattan, and 3 min's by taxi from either St James or Stony Brook LIRR Stations.

Caleb Smith State Park Preserve

Caleb Smith State Park Preserve covers 543 acres. It offers hiking trails, nature programs, history exhibits, bird watching opportunities, cross country skiing in winter, fly fishing on the Nissequogue River, and meeting space for rent to groups at reasonable rates. There is a fee for parking and interpretive programs as well as fishing. The park organizes several events throughout the year. Check often for the latest activities.

Whisper the Bull statue

Visit the Whisper the Bull Statue at the fork of St Johnland Road and the Jericho Turnpike. The anatomically correct representation of Smith's bull reminds residents of Smithtown's history and how the city's boundaries were set.

Sweet Briar Nature Center

The Sweet Briar Nature Center on the Nissequogue River covers 54 acres providing access to gardens, woodlands, and wetland habitats. Dogs are not permitted on the grounds. There are regular events held at the center, such as Yoga sessions, egg hunts, paint nights, and discovery days. Check for themes and schedules.

Blydenburgh Park Historic District

The Blydenburgh Park Historic District is located in Smithtown and consists of eight buildings representing the town's history and the area. 

We Keep Your House Clean While Providing Water Removal Services

Whether floodwaters or burst pipes cause basement flooding, there is a lot of traffic in and out of your basement. Hoses and pumps have to be installed, and equipment carried in to clean, including dehumidifiers and air movers.

SERVPRO makes sure that your floors on the entrance level are protected during water removal in the basement of your Smithtown home. We use exterior basement windows if available for hoses, and we lay down protective rubber mats to protect your undamaged interior floors. Our team goes the extra step during water damage restoration to protect your home.

Our initial inspection includes:

  • What areas are undamaged and should be protected
  • What parts of the structure and contents will dry and clean to preloss condition
  • Identify structure and contents that will not dry to preloss condition
  • Areas of the structure and contents that require detailed assessment

Call SERVPRO of Greater Smithtown for water removal companies in Smithtown and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (631) 265-9200.

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