How Do I Repair Burst Pipes in the Ceiling of My New Orleans Commercial Business?
Does SERVPRO Provide Ceiling Repairs from Water Damage in New Orleans?
New Orleans has approximately 390 thousand people and is part of the greater New Orleans metropolitan area with a total population of 1,270 thousand people. The city, founded in 1718 by French Colonists, is well known for different music, Creole cuisine, and unique dialects. There are annual celebrations held annually, with the best known being Mardi Gras. The city is also well known for flooding from storms due to low-lying land and poor drainage. Several hurricanes (Katrina in 2005) have severely challenged the city.
New Orleans offers many activities for residents and visitors to participate in and enjoy. We have included a few of the popular activities in and around the city for your consideration:
- Bourbon Street / French Quarter
- The National WWII Museum
- Garden District
- Frenchmen Street
- New Orleans City Park
- Jackson Square
- Preservation Hall
- Audubon Zoo
- Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras
- St Louis Cemetery No. 1
Bourbon Street / French Quarter
The French Quarter, which includes Bourbon Street, is one of the most historic neighborhoods in New Orleans. There are modern boutiques, antique stores, old restaurants, galleries, Jackson Square, St Louis Cathedral, Madame Lalaurie’s mansion, and of course the curbside parties and parades along Bourbon St... At night Bourbon street comes alive with Creole music, great food in the many restaurants, and of course, the plastic tumblers that add to everyone’s good cheer.
The National WWII Museum
One of the top museums in the United States, the National WWII Museum offers American history in WWII, with many special exhibits, events, and 4D theater experience. There is a hotel as well as several restaurants on campus for your added enjoyment.
The Garden District, or otherwise known as uptown, is a favorite place to visit away from the French Quarter. Visitors and residents can spend a day in the park relaxing with a picnic, visiting the zoo, riding a streetcar, or spending their free time at one of the many attractions.
With many beautiful mansions to see along the way, the Garden District offers the: Audubon Zoo, Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, the Audubon Park, George and Leah McKenna Museum of African American Art, the Amistad Research Center, the Cool Zoo, the Fly, Gator run Lazy River, the Prytania Theater, Dixon Hall, Ashe Power House Theater and Paradigm Gardens.
St Louis Cemetery No. 1
You might wonder why you would include a cemetery on a list of things to do in New Orleans. However, when you consider this cemetery has been operating since 1789 and has been in continuous use since then, it is worth the visit. Take a tour of the cemetery to learn about the many famous people buried in above-ground vaults. St Louis Cemetery No. 1 is the final resting place for many thousands of famous and historical people.
How Quickly Can SERVPRO be Onsite to Help with Water Cleanup in New Orleans?
When there is a water leak from a burst pipe in a commercial building, it can bring all of your normal operations to a complete standstill. There are many concerns, including slips and falls, electrical dangers, damage to finished and unfinished goods, and even closure of your business.
With all of these concerns, SERVPRO appreciates how important it is to be onsite quickly for water cleanup and water damage restoration in New Orleans commercial buildings. That’s why we respond in less than 4 hours, and we are available 24/7. We make sure that your commercial operations can be back in operation as quickly as possible.
We can help repair burst pipes while we provide:
- Water Clean Up
- Water Damage Restoration and make
- Ceiling Repairs from Water Damages
Call SERVPRO of The New Orleans Westbank for water clean-up in New Orleans and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (504) 348-7526.