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What Methods Clean Smoke From Liverpool Walls?

3/17/2021 (Permalink)

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SERVPRO Helps Liverpool Residents with Smoke Damages after a Recent Fire

The village of Liverpool is a small residential town that borders suburban areas like Syracuse and Salina. The lakeside community of 2,347 people is part of the broader New York metropolitan area. The nearby Lake Onondaga, from which the wider county derives its name, was once a famous salt-producing region that grew the surrounding communities that manufactured salt and shipped it across the United States in the nineteenth century. Nearby Syracuse is fondly nicknamed the 'Salt City'; however, it was on Lake Onondaga's shores that the majority of salt production took place. 

Early settlers to the region set up camp on Onondaga Lake in the early seventeenth centuries. At this point, the demographics of the area were primarily Iroquois indigenous peoples alongside a handful of French Canadian missionaries. The completion of the Erie canal in the area diversified the local population, with a large number of Irish, German, and Yankee settlers moving to the area in search of work. The industrial revolution in America saw a boom in many lake and waterside communities as these provided ideal power sources to run sawmills. The village was incorporated into the United States in 1830 when it changed its name from 'little Ireland' to 'Liverpool.' Local historians suspect the name change's driving factor was the UK Liverpool's strong reputation as a salt producer.

  • The Salt Museum at Onondaga Lake Parkway is an exciting collection of exhibits and artifacts that charter the region's economic journey through salt mining. Run by the non-profit organization, admission is free, and there are several video watch-alongs documenting the processes and economic importance of salt-mining. 
  • The Onondaga Lake Park is one of the most sought-after spots in Liverpool, NY, on warm days. Alongside the scenic lake and landscape is a selection of facilities, butterfly enclosure, basketball, and volleyball courts. Several trails are available that run from five to ten kilometers in length. 
  • To live like a local in Liverpool, New York, you must attend a college basketball or football game. Upstate New York is famous for its love of SU games and, if you are unable to make it to the game, there are numerous atmospheric bars to catch it on. The Cobblestone, the Retreat, and the Barking Gull are a few of the local favorites. 

SERVPRO Can Help Get Rid of Smoke Residues and Odors from your Liverpool Home

Fires produce smoke that can stick to walls, ceiling, interior cabinets, and fabrics. These particles are notoriously difficult to clean, and anyone's house fire can produce hundreds of chemical different smoke stains. SERVPRO technicians have extensive training and experience in assessing your home and finding the appropriate cleaning solution. 

  • Pre-testing involves light washing, dry sponging, and analyzing smoke deposits to inform the restoration project. 
  • Upholstery cleaning surfaces are available for a wide range of material fabrics, including leather, satin, and suede.
  • Our dry cleaning services can remove clothes, sheets, and fabrics with smoke odor and return them to you in a preloss condition. 

Make an informed decision on restoration. Contact SERVPRO of North Onondaga County at (315) 457-3432.

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