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Need Help With Sewage Water Damage Repair In Hartford?

4/7/2021 (Permalink)

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We help with all kinds of Hartford water damage repair. 

Hartford is one of the oldest cities in the United States – it was founded in 1635. The Dutch first explored the area in 1614 and then returned, intending to set up a colony. The founders of Hartford came from New Amsterdam, at the tip of Manhattan Island. The founders hoped to set up a trading post at Hartford, which they could use for the Dutch Indian Trading Company. This history can be seen in the area around Fort Hoop, which is known as Dutch Point.

From the 1850s onwards, Hartford became known as a major center for manufacturing. This was partly due to Hartford Native Samuel Colt's inventiveness, whose industriousness had a significant effect on the area. Colt perfected manufacturing processes that let companies create many products in a much-reduced amount of time. Some of the companies manufacturing in Hartford included:

  • Colt's Manufacturing Company, which of course, produced the well-known Colt firearms.
  • Pratt & Whitney Company, which produces high-specification and very accurate measuring instruments.
  • The Pope Manufacturing Company, which produced many bicycles during the bicycle manufacturing boom.
  • Hartford Machine Screw, which produced thousands of screws every single day.

Some of these companies are still in operation today.

Hartford is full of historical sites.

It is hardly surprising that Hartford has so many historical sites to explore. Some of the most popular include:

  • Wadsworth Atheneum is the oldest operating public art museum in the country.  Alexander Jackson Davis and Ithiel Town designed the museum, which opened in 1844. The building resembles a European castle, and it is worth visiting just to admire that!
  • Bushnell Park is the oldest publicly funded park in the United States. Hartford's population doubled between 1850 and 1860, which led to recognizing the need for outdoor green spaces. The park features beautiful green paths for walking or cycling and even has a tree that is a descendant of the famous Charter Oak.
  • The Mark Twain House, where the author lived from 1874 to 1891, is one of Hartford's most famous sites. The house has been restored to reflect what it was like when Twain's family lived there, including careful restoration of the marble floors.

Hartford is also a hotbed of modern culture.

Do not think Hartford is only about the past! The city today is home to multiple modern arts and culture companies and events. The Trinity College Hip Hop Festival draws a large crowd every year to enjoy hip hop performances. The Mortensen Plaza is a popular spot for concerts, outdoor theater, craft markets, and much more. Hartford also has a vibrant theater scene, where you can regularly catch Broadway shows.

Why choose SERVPRO for sewage cleanup in Hartford?

Of all the water damage repair situations you might face, a sewage-related repair is often the most distressing. Sewage smells terrible and can contain all kinds of dangerous contaminants. That is why it is best to call in help for cleaning up after a sewer backup.

SERVPRO is an excellent choice for sewage water damage cleanup because:

  • We train all our technicians to assess the level of damage, the type of water, and potential safety hazards.
  • We equip our teams with plenty of protective equipment.
  • We will deodorize your home thoroughly to get rid of that awful sewage smell.
  • We can apply microbial treatments as needed.

For help with any kind of water damage repairs, call SERVPRO of Newington / Central Hartford at (860) 667-9191.

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