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Consider SERVPRO When Needing Help From Mold Removal Companies at Your Randolph Restaurant

12/17/2020 (Permalink)

mold growing on a wall Mold damage can affect your restaurant very unexpectedly. Contact our SERVPRO team at the first sighting to root out the cause and remediate.

SERVPRO Can Provide Your Randolph Restaurant Prompt Mold Removal Services Around the Clock

Randolph, New Jersey, is a relatively small township located in the center of Morris County in the northern part of the state. This quaint town has a population of around 24,000 people, but that number is growing. The city is the third biggest in the county, and it is about 21 square miles in size.

The town is considered one of the country’s best booming suburbs. And, it was recently rated as one of the best places to live in New Jersey. The town has a history of being a well-known vacation spot and is famous for its fresh air, ponds, lakes, and forested areas.

The earliest known inhabitants of the region were Native Americans from the Lenni Lenape tribe. The first people of European descent to settle in the area were Quakers. One prominent figure, Hartshorne Fitz-Randolph, purchased 1,000 acres in the 1750s, and the town was eventually named after him when he got it incorporated in 1806.

The town’s well-known historical landmarks are the Bryant distillery known for its “applejack,” founded in 1869, and its 1924 Millbrook School that is now renovated and used for offices. The town is the home to the Museum of Old Randolph that works towards preserving the region’s history. A street going through town, Gristmill Road is on the National Register of Historic Places list.

Plenty of Parks in Town

Randolph has been known as a popular vacation spot in New Jersey for quite some time due to the tranquil outdoors scene it has to offer. The town has several parks, some with ponds, lakes, and scenic wooded areas.

The town’s most popular parks include:

  • The Brundage Park Recreation Complex: This park’s facilities include lighted basketball courts, tennis courts, softball fields, a soccer field, a pond used for fishing and ice skating, and four paved miles of hiking and walking trails.
  • Freedom Park: This park spans over 170 acres and is equipped with baseball/softball fields, a football field, a lacrosse field, and a sand volleyball court.
  • Randolph Park: The facilities at this 40+ acre park include a beach, a beach house with changing rooms, and docks with a lap swimming area.
  • Heistein Park: This beautiful place has a pond for fishing, a concession stand multiple soccer and softball fields.
  • Stonybrook Park: This 30-acre park is used as a day camp during the summer, and it hosts a swimming pool and a recreational lot.
  • Kiwanis Park: This park is a bit smaller at just under two acres, but it has a playground and a picnic area.
  • Rosenfarb Park: The facilities here include a picnic area and a half basketball court.
  • Hidden Valley Park: Here, people can find a pond, rolling hills, and walking trails, including the fact that the town’s main hiking and biking trail runs through it.
  • Cohen Farm Park: This 111-acre plot of land is undeveloped, and it has the township’s man 16-mile trail running through it.

Randolph’s Exquisite Trail System

One of the things this small city is known for is its gorgeous trail system that runs through the town. The 16-mile paved trails lead both bikers and hikers through the beautiful wilderness in the city. The vast trail system includes the following:

  • The path gives visitors a chance to traverse through five of the city’s most well-known parks.
  • Hikers and bikers traveling on the trail system get the opportunity to explore over 2,000 acres of wilderness.
  • The trails also give adventurers a chance to check out the Clyde Potts Reservoir Watershed.
  • There are multiple trailheads around the town with parking lots and some in city parks.
  • The trails not only connect several city parks, but they also connect neighborhoods and schools.

The Region Has a Rather Moderate Climate

For being on the east coast, Morris County overall has a pretty pleasant climate. The only problem is that it does get pretty cold in the wintertime. But, in the summer, the temperatures do not get unbearably too hot.

Between May and September, the temperature stays pleasantly between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. However, during December, January, and February, the lows range from the low 20s to the high teens. The region does experience quite a bit of precipitation as they receive between four and five inches on average per month with a yearly average of over 50 inches.

SERVPRO Can Help with Mold Damage and Restoration 

With all of the precipitation the southwestern region of Morris County receives, likely, moisture can eventually find its way into your restaurant building, requiring you to call in a professional restoration company such as SERVPRO. Water can make its way into your eatery through a roof leak, old window or door seals, or because of elevated indoor humidity levels. Once H2O finds its way into your restaurant’s structure, it can cause several problems, including being the source of mold growth.

Fungi only need moisture, the ideal temperature between 60 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit, an organic food source, and 72 to 48 hours to grow and develop. The following items found inside your restaurant could become food sources for mold:

  • Wooden Items: The chairs and tables inside your dining room can become a source of mold growth if they retain water for more than 48 hours.
  • Drywall: If any of your walls contain sheetrock, then the paper backing could become a source for a fungus to develop.
  • Paper Products: The dry storage area inside your restaurant is usually the home to all of your paper products, including your paper towels and napkins. Most restaurants also store many of their foods and other products in boxes that could become a source for fungi.
  • Food Products: The food you are selling itself can become a source for mold if it gets too wet or elevated humidity levels. A fungus that starts growing on a food item could spread to other areas of your restaurant’s structure.
  • Dust and Other Debris: Any food crumbs on the floor of your kitchen or dining room, dust, and other loose debris can also cause mold to grow if moisture enters your building.

SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County can assist you 24/7 if you ever find that mold is a problem inside your business. Any time moisture enters your structure, call us at (973) 895-5000.

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