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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

A Little Water Can Lead to a Lot of Damage. SERVPRO of San Diego City SW Will Help.

Water Damage May look Minimal, Yet Cause Hidden Damage

SERVPRO® of San Diego City SW has trained teams who know how to search for water damage, and we can remediate many types of water damage.

The San Diego area is home to many stunning canyons, including Noble Canyon, Los Peñasquitos, and Steele Canyon. Canyons are visual reminders of how much damage a little water can do over a long time.

Imagine what water can do to materials softer than stone. Textiles, drywall, flooring, roofs, and support beams are all vulnerable to water.

Water doesn’t need eons in which to cause damage to residential and commercial buildings, and the damage can be significant without being dramatic enough to include on tourist maps.

SERVPRO of San Diego City SW is an established leader in remediation of, and restoration from, all kinds of water damage. Call us anytime on any day; our emergency services are always available and will be until emergencies start restricting themselves to convenient times.

Our number is 619-269-5004.

Thinking of Canyons

There should be a World Canyon Tour. Here’s what we hope to see (or, in some cases, to see again):

Grand Canyon, Arizona, United States

The Colorado River took nearly six million years to carve this 277-mile-long stunner. That doesn’t mean you can ignore leaks in your home unless it’s made entirely of stone. The geological layers put a painter’s palette to shame. The skywalk and the waterfall are worth their own tours.

Tiger Leaping Gorge in Yunnan, China

Tiger Leaping Gorge is 9.3 miles long, making it seem like it should be an easy hike. It is, however, one of the world’s deepest canyons. The trails wind down mountains, making hikes possible, but much longer than the canyon itself. There are waterfalls and a variety of ecosystems.

Bicaz Gorge, between Transylvania and Moldova, Romania

Rock climbers enjoy the challenge of the vertical cliffs. There is a serpentine road that provides an easier hike, but keep in mind that “easier” is relative only to the rock climbing. The trail is narrow, has blind corners, and contains large boulders that block the trail, so must be climbed. At the bottom of the gorge, there is a beautiful lake that was caused by a rockslide in the 19th century.

Verdon Gorge, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France

The Verdon Gorge is near the French Riviera. It is famed for its turquoise-green river and other scenic highlights. The limestone cliffs include pillars, vertical faces, and deep handholds or footholds, so climbers enjoy exploring them.

SERVPRO of San Diego City SW

Call us before water carves canyons in your home or business.