Is it Possible to Prevent Damages from Long-term Water Exposure?
SERVPRO Has Expert Water Mitigation Teams to Help Recover your Seal Beach Business
Seal Beach is a city that lies close to Los Angeles's border but is incorporated within California's Orange County region. The relatively small population of Seal Beach is primarily associated with the nearby military base, the Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach. Historically, this area was known as Anaheim landing and was a key trading outpost for imports and exports, most notably Californian wine. The pleasant climate in the region further grew the population of Anaheim Landing as holidaymakers from nearby Los Angeles would take regular vacations in the area.
By the nineteen-forties, the region of Anaheim Landing was purchased by the United States military, who used its ideal geographical location to restock supplies on numerous Navy boats stationed across the Pacific. While military bases strongly influence Seal Beach in terms of its local economy, it still retains a strong, Californian surf culture and plays host to two annual cultural events. These events include the Lions Club Pancake Breakfast and a Fish Fry. The current largest employer is the Boeing company that has offices in Seal Beach.
- Seal Beach Pier is among the longest on the Pacific Coast. The pier has a long history as an amusement center and arcade, but today is a much quieter, peaceful pier with sights of natural wildlife and local surfers along the landing. The entranceway to the dock is at the end of Main Street.
- National Wildlife Refuge on Seal Beach is a wetland preserve and conservation effort open to the public throughout the year. Many rare species of birds frequent this area of the bay alongside aquatic species. Tours of the refuge run on the last Sunday of every month.
- On the borders of Long Beach and Seal Beach is M&M Surfing School. The center offers a safe, instructor-led introduction to the rich surfing scene at the heart of Seal Beach. A family-owned business, the surf school has been running successfully for nearly twenty years.
SERVPRO Can Reduce Losses from Water Intrusion Using Advanced Mitigation Techniques
Slow leaks can cause buildups of moisture in the home, which over time degrade and cause water damage. Introducing water to a building assembly can cause materials to break-down, lose their structural integrity, or become hotbeds for microbial growth, including fungi, bacteria, and viruses. Often, the adverse effects of water intrusion can lead to costly repairs in the future. SERVPRO technicians can mitigate the potentially damaging consequences of water damage and exposure in the workplace.
- Assessing a building assembly is possible using non-invasive moisture sensors to detect potential water exposure.
- Our team is capable of quickly removing and replacing affected drywall or insulation in the warehouse or other areas of large or small commercial buildings.
- We can often restore fabrics, flooring, or furnishing that may otherwise be expensive to replace.
Mitigating damage in your commercial property is crucial to preventing long-term expenses which can compound lost revenues. Contact SERVPRO of Seal Beach / Los Alamitos / Cypress for water mitigation at (562) 431-9400.