Water & Fire Damage Restoration in Nashua
Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration and Cleanup Services in Nashua
With close to 90,000 people, Nashua has been named the best place to live in America, twice! Once in 1987 and the other in 1998. Nashua, formerly called Dunstable, was first settled in 1654 and incorporated in 1746. The village began as a fur trading town and evolved to a significant cotton mill town, producing over 9.3 million yards of cotton on 710 looms. Fast forward to the 1970s, and the city emerged as part of the high-tech corridor in the Boston area with the Digital Equipment Corp's arrival, later to become part of Hewlett Packard.
Nashua is home to many exciting things to do, including:
- Mine Falls Park
- Sky Venture
- Greeley Park
- Holman Stadium
- Pheasant Lane Mall
- Spyglass Brewing
- Bobo's Indoor Playground
- Millyard Brewery
- Boston Billiard Club & Casino
- Nashua Historical Society
- Windblown Cross Country Ski Area
Mine Falls Park
Mine Falls Park covers 325 acres with forest, wetlands, and open fields. The park is located in Nashua and has a variety of activities available for everyone to enjoy. Fishing, cycling, walking, boating, and cross-country skiing in the winter are available.
Want to try sky diving? But don't want to go up on a plane. Sky Venture offers indoor sky diving in a vertical wind tunnel that helps you float in the air. No need to be afraid of falling. There are also climbing walls and the Fishpipe water slide. Try standing up and surfing on the water slide.
Greeley Park covers 125 acres. The park was named after Joseph Greeley, who was the original owner of the land.
There is a shallow pond, a water fountain, and a variety of flower beds. The city holds city events at the park, including Halloween, Friday Night, and the Fairy Tale Festival.
IncrediBREW, Spyglass Brewing, Millyard Brewery
Several businesses offer opportunities for locals to make their own wine, try out craft beers, and experience a relaxed atmosphere with dinner and live music.
Nashua Historical Society
The Nashua Historical Society was founded in 1870 to preserve materials about historical events in Nashua. There are two museums maintained by the society – Florence H Speare Memorial Museum and the Abbot-Spalding House Museum. Check one of the museums for opening hours and events open to the public.
Windblown Cross Country Ski Area
The Windblown Cross Country Ski Area offers over 40 miles of trails offering various levels of difficulty from flat runs to downhill runs for more experienced skiers. There is also a base lodge, providing food and warmth after an afternoon of skiing.
Must Nashua Homeowners Move out of Their Fire Damaged Homes in Nashua?
In many small fire situations, homeowners need not move out of their homes, particularly if the fire was contained to a small grease fire on the stove, for example. However, the smoke damage and the water & fire damage restoration work may make it necessary for homeowners to find other accommodations for more significant fires.
SERVPRO can help with fire damage restoration in Nashua and the decision to stay or find other temporary accommodation. In many fires, the smoke damage has a more significant impact on this decision than the actual fire damage. Smoke remediation throughout the structure and house fire clean up may involve:
- Agitation of carpet fibers and fabrics
- Chemical treatment
- Deodorizing treatment
Call SERVPRO of Nashua for fire damage restoration in Nashua and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (603) 889-2311.