Protecting Melrose Homes in Every Neighborhood After Water Damage
With a fast response, our SERVPRO team can provide efficient water clean up for Melrose homes.
Named for a burgh in Scotland, you can almost envision the appearance of this community back before it received its name and its municipal presence. The site was first settled in 1633 as part of the greater Charlestown area, and went through multiple changes in names and ownership before being an independent community in 1850. Many of the town's properties in the 18th and 19th centuries still exist in the Downtown Melrose Historic District. To protect these structures after water damage, our experienced SERVPRO team can help with:
- Flood restoration
- Water damage remediation
- Burst pipes
- Ceiling leaks
- Basement flooding
- Emergency services water damage
A Bedroom Community for Thriving Boston
Being only a short distance from downtown Boston, Melrose has become a much calmer and quieter alternative to life in the booming metropolis. With a population of only around 30,000 versus the nearly 685,000 in the nearby city, you can still enjoy the entertainment, sports, and economy of Boston with less of a bustling atmosphere.
Protecting Properties in Every Neighborhood
Much like many larger cities with a population in the tens of thousands, sub communities and neighborhoods have gradually forged over the more than 170 years since Melrose first existed on its own. Each of these neighborhoods has a unique feel and appearance from the next, allowing a diverse population to live within the city's border. Some of these neighborhoods include:
- East Side – Architecture buffs can appreciate the grandeur of many of the homes in this neighborhood, as they feature a distinctly Victorian or Colonial style. This neighborhood also has two of the area's top golfing locations, with the Bellevue Golf Course and the Mount Hood Golf Club.
- Downtown Melrose – Though much of the Downtown Melrose area has been recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, one of its most prominent features is the Cedar Park MBTA Commuter Rail station.
- Melrose Highlands – Just a short walk away from Downtown Melrose is one of the oldest neighborhoods of the city: Melrose Highlands. This became part of the city in 1853 from nearby Stoneham and featured several recognized historical properties.
How Can Water Damage Get Dried in Melrose Homes?
Drying up water damage in Melrose properties relies on our recovery inventory's premier extraction and evaporation equipment. Some of the leading drying tools that we can depend on to efficiently overcome trapped moisture and saturated porous materials include:
- Positive pressure systems
- Weighted extractors
- Drying mat systems
Is Trapped Water a Considerable Concern?
Water getting absorbed into porous materials can be a detrimental situation for the household. To reduce the warping and distortion that could result after prolonged exposure to materials like hardwood floors, we can deploy drying mats to draw out moisture to the desired levels. We are careful not to over-dry wood, as this can be as damaging to the flooring as excessive water.
Water damage requires efficient emergency services and cleaning. Our SERVPRO of Malden / Melrose team can help when you call (781) 665-6396.