Storms Can Cause Flood Damage in Montrose
SERVPRO Provides Water Damage Remediation in Montrose when Floods come Surging Through
Montrose is a fascinating city with a colorful past. Once home to prehistoric people that left rock art panels in the Shavano Valley Rock Art Site, it later became a vital regional shipping center. This came about thanks to the Denver & Rio Grande railroad. It would go on to become an agricultural center with the advent of the Gunnison Tunnel, which provided water to the area. Today, visitors can enjoy the historic site as well as more modern activities.
Movie & Television Background
Montrose has been featured in several television series and movies. The following was filmed or featured in Montrose:
- Homefront – 2011 video game
- Dog the Bounty Hunter – 4 episodes
- The Sheepman
- How the West Was Won
- True Grit – 1969 version
- Then Came Bronson – 2 episodes
- Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant – Lexi Tatman
Montrose Botanical Gardens
The Montrose Botanical Gardens were once nothing but sage, cactus, and tumbleweed, but it is now a beautiful garden. Visitors can tour the garden and participate in educational workshops throughout the year. Two major events are held throughout the year. In August, an annual picnic takes place and a Christmas party in December.
Old Spanish Trail
This trail was once a trade route connecting settlements in the northern part of New Mexico to those in Southern California. Spanish explorers traveled the route in the 16th century and mule pack trains in the 1800s. It is a very arduous trail, going over arid deserts, high mountains, and deep canyons. It is rich in history and was used for illicit activities such as stealing horses from area ranches.
Ute Indian Museum
Built in 1956, the Utes Indian Museum shares the history of the Ute tribe. It was once the home set of Chief Ouray, And Chipeta, his wife. Visitors can enjoy fascinating exhibitions and explore the Ute culture and how it evolved over the years. One of the highlights is a celebration of the Bear Dance. Chipeta’s Crypt can be seen, and there’s a beautiful garden full of native plants.
Great Places to Eat in Montrose
One of the great things to do in any town is to explore the many types of foods and restaurants that can be found. Montrose has an excellent selection of eateries that will accommodate any taste buds. They include:
- The Stone House
- Camp Robber
- Horsefly Brewing Company
- Starvin Arvin's-Montrose
- Mi Mexico
- Himalayan Pun Hill Kitchen
Things to See & Do
There are a lot of fun activities the entire family can enjoy in Montrose. The scenery is stunning, so just about any outdoor activity you do is going to be a win. Here are some great things to take advantage of:
- Black Canyon National Park
- The Museum Of The Mountain West
- Cimarron Canyon Railroad Exhibit
- Historic Montrose Downtown Walking Tour
SERVPRO Provides Flood Damage Service To Montrose Residents
Seasonal storms can cause flash flooding in a very short time. These floods are intense and can do extensive damage to homes in their path. The water that enters your home is highly contaminated and requires professional water cleanup. Immediate water damage remediation is needed. Our technicians:
- Put safety first. We provide emergency services and water damage repair.
- Are trained to deal with biohazardous water. They have the proper PPE and sanitizing agents.
- Can provide basement flooding cleanup.
- Use flood restoration techniques to restore your home.
This is just the beginning of what our team does to return your home to preloss condition. A flood can be a stressful situation and turn your life upside down. We can help reduce the stress with our water removal services. Contact SERVPRO of Montrose / Telluride at (970) 240-6970 for more information.