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Efficient Restoration After Storm Flood Damage in South Kingstown

2/21/2021 (Permalink)

a flooded laundry room with items floating everywhere Excess water and flooding? Contact our certified SERVPRO team right away for effective flood damage remediation services.

SERVPRO Can Handle the Storm Flood Damage in Your South Kingstown Residence

South Kingstown is a town in Rhode Island and a county seat of Washington County in the U.S. According to the census held in 2010, the town had a population of 30,639. It is home to two scenic beaches in South County, historic landmarks, and tranquil farmlands.

South Kingstown Geography

The town extends north of Block Island Sound and lies west of Point Judith Pond. The United States Census Bureau reports that the town covers a total area of 79.8 square miles. 22.7 square miles of the township’s land is water.

The township includes villages such as Kingston, Wakefield, Green Hill, Middlebridge, among several others. Middlebridge is on the west side of Narrow River and the most populated area in the town.

Home of Arts and Culture

The town has venues such as the University of Rhode Island’s Ryan Center for music, among other entertainment. The CCA and Lily Pads are among the smaller entertainment venues for both residents and tourists.

The town also offers its residents and tourists arts and culture education through community centers such as the Senior Center and The Guild in Wakefield. Also, the villages of Peace Dale, Kingston, and Matunuck each host a public library. 

To enjoy athletics in South Kingstown, Old Mountain Field hosts the town’s baseball team called the Ocean State Waves for home matches.

South Kingstown is also home to the South County History Center museum in Kingston village. The museum is in a former jail building and preserves and interprets the Early American material culture of the town through the study of archival and artificial collections.

Hannah Robinson Tower is also one attraction that the town boasts of. The Civilian Conservation Corps built the 40 feet tall tower in 1938 using wood. In 1988, the tower was rebuilt using the same pillars. 

The town is also home to a calm, family-friendly beach called South Kingstown Town Beach in Matunuck. The beach offers residents and tourists 1,300 feet of beautiful beach and facilities such as:

  • A communal volleyball court
  • Playground
  • Boardwalk
  • Picnic area

The beach is just a short walk to local pizza, ice cream, and deli restaurants. South Kingstown has bike lanes, bike routes, and bike paths for residents and visitors to use. Over 25 miles of bike paths are under design, and over 60 miles of paved bike paths are already completed.

SERVPRO restorers do not keep property owners waiting after reporting flood damage in South Kingstown

Our team is available around the clock and responds to our customers’ calls within a brief period since we understand the dangers of flood damage. We use advanced equipment as well as unique but approved products for an effective restoration.

To minimize damage, we use hi-tech equipment to dry a property fast. Since floodwater may contain debris and sand, we can use a self-priming trash pump to extract the excess water. We also take time to examine the affected areas to locate moisture using thermography. The benefits of using thermography include:

  • No damage to the building – Penetrating moisture meters enable us to test for moisture underneath wood flooring and inside walls.
  • The ability to inspect difficult areas – We can point infrared cameras up to hard to reach areas such as ceilings while standing on the floor.
  • The ability to inspect more areas quickly – We can point thermal imaging cameras at large property areas to see where the moisture is located.

After the unfortunate event of storm flood damage to your property, contact SERVPRO of Washington County for fast and effective restoration. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster. Our emergency helpline is (401) 315-2337. 

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