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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Cleaning Up Water Before Excess Damage Sets In

1/26/2021 (Permalink)

lake with trees in background Water belongs in the lake- not in your home. Let SERVPRO cleanup your water damage while you enjoy the great outdoors.

Contact SERVPRO When you Require Water Cleanup Fast at Your Randolph Home

Located in Morris County, New Jersey, Randolph is a township with a population of 25,734 (from the 2010 United States Census). This number was up from 19,974 when the Census was taken back in 1990.

It is recorded that the Lenni Lenape Native Americans were the original inhabitants known to the Randolph, New Jersey area. The earliest settlers of European origin were the Quakers, with one of the pioneering landowners in the region being Hartshorne Fitz-Randolph. Fitz-Randolph had purchased about 1k acres here in 1753, which later became the township's namesake.

During the beginning portion of the 20th Century, Randolph became quite a vacation haven due to the number of lakes, ponds, and woods in the area. Throughout the 1950s, many large hotels, bungalow colonies, and farms dotted the region. Many notable performers appeared at the local hotels, including Frank Sinatra and Phil Silvers. Additionally, the Saltz Hotel was known as a training location for boxers Rocky Marciano, Max Baer, James J. Braddock, and Floyd Patterson.

Notable Landmarks in Randolph, New Jersey

When it comes to learning more about local history, there is nothing like taking in some of the landmarks in the area:

  • Throughout Randolph, you will find the Liberty Tree that dates back to 1720.
  • There is also the Bryant Distillery, dating back to 1869, which is famed for applejack.
  • Now rehabbed to house office space, there is also the 1924 Millbrook School.
  • Catalouged on the National Register of Historic Places is one of Randolph's oldest streets, known as Gristmill Road.
  • If you wish to learn more about all the township's heritage, there is the Museum of Old Randolph.

Caring for Your Randolph Home in a Water-Related Emergency

No matter what occurs, it would be best if you act fast when you have water damage of any kind in your Randolph home. SERVPRO features skilled technicians that utilize industrial-grade pumps and extractors to assist with all of your water cleanup needs.

Some of the calls that we get for water cleanup in Randolph include situations such as:

  • Broken or burst pipes
  • Faulty appliances (dishwasher, washing machine, water heater)
  • Overflowing toilet, sink, or bathtub
  • Clogged septic/backup

Once you call us for assistance, we arrive fast to begin the assessment and cleanup. Our Green Fleet comes equipped with air scrubbers, carpet cleaners, dehumidifiers, pumps, and other tools that help us to remove water, eliminate moisture, and mitigate damage to cut costs and speed the restoration process. Our IICRC-certified water restoration technicians (WRT) have the skills to handle all levels of damage, including minimal cleanups to severe, involved projects.

When it is time to call someone for water cleanup, SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County has your best interests in mind. We work to restore rather than replace, meaning we salvage whatever possible throughout your interior's cleaning and drying. Call us 24/7 for emergency service at (973) 895-5000, and we send a crew to your door within hours.

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