Water Damage Repair in Montrose Commercial Buildings
Do All of the Contents of My Office Need to be Removed During Water Damage Repair?
Montrose became incorporated in 1882, the same year that the Denver & Rio Grande railroad was built to Grande Junction and reached Montrose. The Gunnison Tunnel was completed in 1909, bringing water from the Gunnison River to the Uncompahgre Valley, providing much-needed irrigation water around Montrose. The tunnel is 5.8 miles long and helped turn the arid area around Montrose into an agricultural hub.
Nestled between the San Juan Mountains in the south and the Black Canyon of Gunnison National Park, the Montrose area offers many outdoor activities to enjoy. Among the many things to do in and around Montrose, locals and tourists enjoy the following:
- Museum of the Mountain West
- Ute Indian Museum
- Montrose Water Sports Park
- Montrose Botanic Gardens
- Flying Iron Ranch Alpacas
- Covered Bridge Ranch
- Magic Circle Players
- Storm King Distilling Co
- Montrose County Historical Museum
- Ute Trail
- Montrose Visitor Center
- Chipeta Lake State Wildlife Area
- Cimarron Song Gallery
- Mack's Family Entertainment & Sports Center
- Montrose Farmers Market
Montrose Farmers Market
The Montrose Farmers Market is located downtown in S. Uncompahgre and is open every second weekend from January until April. The market offers many different local foods, an assortment of prepared foods, and local products produced by local artisans.
Museum of the Mountain West
The Museum of the Mountain West aims to provide education for adults and children about the history and culture of the American West. There are many historic buildings and artifacts to explore and enjoy. The museum is open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 9:30 am until 4:00 pm. Patrons can also rent the museum for special events—for example, weddings, corporate team building, and parties. Get married in the 1913 German Lutheran Church. Although it retains the look and ambiance from 1913, it is air-conditioned and heated for your comfort.
Hiking the Ute trail in Rocky Mountains National Park is an enjoyable experience. Hikers have spotted herds of Elk, and there are bighorn sheep and mountain goats that inhabit the area during the summer months. The elevation of the trail begins at 11,000 to 11,500 feet. Hikers should be prepared for all weather types at this elevation and acclimate to the elevation before attempting a strenuous hike.
Montrose Botanic Gardens
The Montrose Botanic Gardens is enhancing the landscape that was tumbleweed, sage, and cactus. The gardens are free to enter, although donations are welcome. The flowers and plants change with the seasons, which delivers a new experience every time you visit. Check for availability and opening times during the current health restrictions.
Removing Contents During Water Damage Repairs is Included in Our Service
Many commercial structures have products, tools, equipment, and administrative materials that our team must move to a staging area while the area damaged by water is repaired and dried. Anything not on the floor can usually be moved safely without the need for drying.
SERVPRO includes removing contents to a staging area while the damaged space is dried and repaired as needed. With the customer's help, we can prioritize, pack and label all of the items to be moved and held in a separate dry area. Contents that became wet can often be dried and stored in the same staging area.
Our services include:
- Packing and removal. And the return of all contents
- Water removal, drying structures, and flooring materials
- Completing repairs to damaged walls and subfloors
- Drying and returning humidity levels to normal levels
Contact SERVPRO of Montrose / Telluride for water damage repair services in Montrose commercial structures and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (970) 240-6970.