Emergency Services Water Damage Cleanup after Flood Damage in Franklin
SERVPRO Offers Flood Restoration Service in Franklin
Located in Merrimack County, Franklin’s population is approximately 9000 people, including the village of West Franklin. The town was initially settled in 1764 and named Pemigewasset Village before being renamed Franklin in 1820, after one of the founding fathers, Benjamin Franklin. Daniel Webster was also born in Salisbury, now part of Franklin.
There are several interesting activities in the area for residents and visitors to enjoy.
- Tarbin Gardens
- Daniel Webster Birthplace
- Great Gains Memorial Forest
- Lawrence W and Caroline B Robie Forest
Other attractions in Franklin include the Franklin Opera House, the Toad Hall Gallery and art Bazaar, Central Sweets, Franklin Falls Sports bar, Outdoor New England One Shopping, and the Driven by Art Museum.
The garden lands were purchased in 1973, and over the years, five acres of gardens were carved from the forest, which later expanded to 33 acres. In 2002 the gardens were turned into a tourist attraction and featured in many magazines over the years. There are a variety of themed areas, including:
- Mother’s day garden
- Alpine slope
- Main Avenue
- Catalpa garden
- Three pines
- Mayapple Dell
- The Tea garden
- Formal garden and
- The West Side
Tarbin Gardens can be booked for garden weddings, afternoon English cream teas, and many other special events where you can enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings.
Daniel Webster Birthplace State Historic Site
The state park features Daniel Webster’s historic house, a preserved two-room log cabin reflecting late 1700’s century farm life. The home is open on a seasonal basis on weekends; however, check for local schedules to confirm availability. Pets are not allowed in the park.
Great Gains Memorial Forest
The Great Gains Memorial Forest is owned by the city of Franklin and contains a well-maintained network of trails for hiking enthusiasts to enjoy. Hikers are encouraged to obtain maps and help maintain the pristine nature of the memorial forest.
Lawrence W and Caroline B Robie Forest
The Forest Society maintains this property in support of the greater Franklin community. These lands are not developed and can be difficult to access. Hikers can explore this natural habitat; however, there is a lack of signage, parking, and established trails. Camping is not allowed, nor fires, and you must carry out everything carried into the area.
Can the Contents in My Home Be Saved after Floods Damage My Home in Franklin?
Many clients are devastated when floodwaters rush through their homes, destroying everything in their path. They are concerned that many treasured family heirlooms are ruined beyond recovery.
SERVPRO provides flood restoration services in Franklin and aims to recover and clean as many items as possible. There is immense value in recovering heirlooms that hold many memories for the family. It is also often much less expensive to clean, disinfect and dry your contents than replacing the item.
After a flood introduces many contaminants into the home, we respond in less than four hours to contain the damage. Our flood restoration activities include:
- Containment of infections materials and water
- Removal of debris, water, and damaged materials
- Biohazard remediation and disinfection of all surfaces
- Cleaning and drying of all items and surfaces
Contact SERVPRO of The Lakes Region for flood damage services in Franklin and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (603) 527-2518.