Advanced Resources Help Manage Fire Damage in Santa Rosa Beach Properties
SERVPRO Responds To Any Fire Restoration Needs in Santa Rosa Beach
Santa Rosa Beach is a fascinating location where you can vacation while learning exciting things for a memorable experience. For instance, you can take sandcastle building lessons or go for a brew tour to sample what different breweries have to offer. The beach is marvelous, with emerald green waters, sugar-fine white sands, and minimal seaweed, a combination that offers stunning views for visitors. It is part of the South Walton Beaches formed from the Appalachians' weathering over millions of years, which drove quartz particles to the Florida panhandle. The lack of a large, sediment-filled river flowing into the area ensures the water remains relatively clear and thus the characteristic turquoise hue.
The unincorporated community covers a 26-mile stretch of emerald coastal waters, from Miramar Beach to Seagrove Beach, among other areas, and was known initially as Hogtown until the late 18th century. The town grew as steamboats brought residents from Mobile and Pensacola. However, a devastating hurricane and crop failure ruined the town's economy forcing people to ship out. Most of the town's buildings, including churches, hotels, stores, and cafes, were dismantled for lumber.
Historic Places in Santa Rosa Beach
The brief period in the 1900s when most residents relocated elsewhere led to the dismantlement of most of the original structures put up in the area. However, some historic structures survive to this day providing physical evidence of life in the past.
- Wesley House
The southern mansion surrounded by moss-filled oaks has a vast collection of antique items that provide insights into the area's past. There is a downstairs, upstairs section, and tours last approximately 30 minutes. Visitors pay $4 per person to explore the facility.
- Draper Lake Tower
Draper Lake is one of the unique sand dune lakes found along the Florida Panhandle. The Draper Lake Tower is a historic landmark that is part of the private coastal village. Visitors can explore the area through trails that extend from the lakefront to the wooden peninsulas surrounding the community.
Interesting Things to Do in Santa Rosa Beach
- Attending events like night bonfire and live music, family trivia, and family bingo, among others
- Dining in exquisite restaurants and eateries like Pickles Beachside Grill, The Vue On 30A or Bud & Alleys, among others
- Partaking in niche tours such as the 30A Brew Tour, which combines sightseeing and history lessons about the area
How Does SERVPRO Help Santa Rosa Beach Homeowners after Fire Damage Incidents?
Any fire incident can make a property uninhabitable because of damage to structural materials or residue deposits on surfaces. Extensive restoration work like cleaning or replacement of damaged materials is necessary for safe habitation.
Some aspects of restoration can take too long or prove impossible altogether. SERVPRO helps by availing various resources to simplify the processes. State-of-the-art equipment and specialized cleaning procedures have a significant impact on the outcome. Some of the advanced resources we offer include:
- Cleaning stubborn residues or surfaces using unique methods such as soda blasting or Peroxide Active Cleaning
- Specialized immersion cleaning methods such as ultrasonic cleaning
- Specially formulated cleaning agents that accelerate cleaning action and leave no odors
SERVPRO of N. Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes & Washington Counties helps renovate properties after fire damage. Call us at (850) 267-0746.