SERVPRO Helps Kalispell's Finest Businesses in Fire Damage Restoration
Kalispell Businesses Reach Out to SERVPRO for Fast and Efficient Fire Restoration
Nestled in the Flathead Valley, the city of Kalispell was founded by Charles E. Conrad, a businessman, and banker, in 1891. The city was incorporated in 1892 and has witnessed remarkable growth since then, with nearly 20,000 people calling it home. It is the largest city in Northwest Montana and is just 31 miles from Glacier National Park.
The area around the city has some of the best skiing resorts in the state, including Whitefish Mountain Resort and Blacktail Mountain Ski Area. Both the resorts have plenty of facilities, including ski lifts and equipment rentals.
Kalispell has a ton of things on offer for the visitors. Some ways of spending time in the city include-
- Conrad Mansion Museum- Once the home of the founder of the town, the Conrad Mansion now serves as a glimpse into the town's history. The beautiful Victorian-style palatial estate features 26 rooms maintained in almost pristine condition for 100 years. The curators have done an excellent job in preserving the original furniture and even the fixtures of the mansion. You can even see original Edison light bulbs and even a very early version of an automatic dishwasher.
- Northwest Montana History Museum- Features permanent exhibits showcasing the glorious history of Montana's First Nations. The 22,000 square feet space also features exhibits showcasing the modern history of Montana and the guts and glory of homesteaders.
- Hockaday Museum of Art- The building that houses the Museum today was once Kalispell's first public library. The classical-revival style building was funded by none other than Andrew Carnegie himself. The Museum hosts many world-renowned rotating exhibits; one of the most popular ones is called 'The Crown of the Continent.' It features artworks of some of Montana's most celebrated artists, including O. C. Seltzer and Charlie Russel.
- Lower Valley Driving Tour- A 62-mile-long road trip that takes you past some of the notable and famous monuments and landmarks around Kalispell and lower Flathead Valley.
SERVPRO's Fire Damage Cleanup Strategy for Kalispell Businesses
Fire and smoke damage to your Kalispell commercial property can result in a lot of destruction and chaos. The accumulation of smoke and soot residue can cause permanent damage if not eliminated promptly. SERVPRO technicians use multiple cleaning techniques to get rid of these residues during the fire restoration process.
SERVPRO's cleaning strategy revolves around using methods to loosen the bonds between the residue and the surfaces. We use the following actions to loosen this bond and clean the residue during fire and smoke damage restoration and cleanup.
- Mechanical action- Agitation using brushes and cleaning agents can dislodge soot in many cases. This method is also used as a precleaning method when dry, and the non-greasy residue is present.
- Lubrication- Detergents can act as lubricants and help the residue slid right off the surfaces and into the cleaning solution. Fire and smoke damage can result in sticky residue that can benefit from the lubricating action of detergents.
- Chemical action- Chemical agents alter the nature of the residue making the bonds with the surface lose.
- Suspension and dispersion- Some oily and greasy residues must be dissolved or emulsified into a cleaning solution before fire damage cleanup.
Call SERVPRO of Flathead County at (406) 300-0435 for 24/7 assistance.