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How Quickly Can SERVPRO Respond to Storm Damage in Wayne?

5/3/2021 (Permalink)

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SERVPRO offers Emergency Service Storm Damage Cleanup in Wayne

The township of Wayne is located in Passaic County, NJ, and has an approximate population of 54,000 people. Wayne is less than 20 miles from Midtown Manhattan, New York. The land was purchased from the Lenape Native Americans in 1695. Many historical events have occurred in the area.

One such event centers around the naming of the Preakness Stakes. In 1868, a gentleman named Milton H Sanford purchased a racehorse for $4000, a tremendous amount of money at the time. He called the horse Preakness. This horse went on to win its first race at the new Pimlico Race Course in Maryland. Future races were named after the first horse to win a race at its track. It is now known as the Preakness Stakes, and the Preakness is the 2nd race in the Triple Crown of racing for thoroughbreds.

There are many activities to consider being so close to New York and the historical events in the area. We have assembled a few that many residents enjoy:

  • Dey Mansion Washington’s Headquarters
  • Laurelwood Arboretum
  • Willowbrook Mall
  • Van Riper House Museum
  • Terhune Memorial Park
  • Schuyler Colfax-House
  • Mead-Van Duyne Historic House Museum
  • Tintle Park
  • Shea Center for the Performing Arts

Dey Mansion Washington’s Headquarters

The Dey Mansion was built in 1770 by Theunis Dey. General George Washington used the homes as his headquarters during Oct-November 1780. 

Both Dey and Washington had much in common. They were the same age, large landowners, agriculturalists, and both believed in serving their respective counties and states in a government capacity.

In present times, you can visit the mansion, now museum, and experience the life of the wealthy back in General Washington’s time. There are guided mansion tours, exhibits, and collections to view. The museum is normally open from Wed to Sun from 9 am to 5 pm. However, visitors should plan their trip and confirm the availability of tours and access to the museum in advance during current health issues.

Van Riper House Museum - Terhune Memorial Park

Albert Payson Terhune was an American Journalist, dog breeder, and author. He became well known for his novels he wrote about his collies and his breeding of collies at Sunnybank kennels. He passed away in Feb 1942, leaving his estate, Sunnybank in Wayne, NJ, where many of his beloved dogs are buried. Visitors can view the graves of many of the dogs mentioned in his literary works, the museum, his books, and dog awards at the Van Riper-Hopper Historic House Museum.

Does SERVPRO Offer Storm Removal and Drying Services to Commercial Properties in Wayne?

There is a lot of urgencies to return to normal operations after a storm. Your business needs power restored, commercial buildings must be repaired, and the debris, water, and moisture must be removed to avoid further damage to undamaged finished and unfinished goods.

That’s why SERVPRO responds 24/7 within 4 hours to storm damage removal and drying requests from our commercial clients. We can also bring resources and equipment from other local franchises to assist in the cleanup. Call SERVPRO for:

Call SERVPRO of Wayne for commercial storm removal and drying services in Wayne and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (973) 546-4977

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