Fire Damage Restoration in Burlington
What is the best approach to remove odors in fire damage repairs in Burlington?
Burlington is a scenic hill town, incorporated in 1806 with a population of approximately 10,000 people. The town is about 20 miles west of Hartford. Half of the townlands are owned by three public water supply firms and the state of Connecticut. The town is home to States Fish Hatchery, the Sessions Woods Wildlife Management Area, and the Nepaug Reservoir.
Residents and visitors enjoy the following activities in and around the town of Burlington:
- Burlington Golf Center
- Nassahegon State Forest
- Session Woods Wildlife Management Area
- Farmington River Trail
- Burlington State Fish Hatchery
- Lamothe’s Sugar House
- Hogan’s Cider Mill
- Crown & Hammer Restaurant & Pub
- Lasalle Market
- George’s Pizza & Restaurant
Burlington Golf Center
The original nine holes were completed in 1923, followed a year later with an additional nine holes and a clubhouse. The golf club features a golf shop, practice facility, enclosed driving range, practice area, and teaching facility. Guests can also rely on an electronic storm identification device for early warning about approaching storm fronts.
Nassahegon State Forest
Covering 1,277 acres in the town of Burlington, the forest also includes the Burlington Trout Hatchery. Portions of the Blue-Blazed Trail systems also pass through the park. The system has over 825 miles in total and passes through 96 towns as it crosses through the state.
Session Woods Wildlife Management Area
The Session Woods Wildlife Management Area covers 771 acres and focuses on education, preservation, and conservation of the natural environment and local wildlife. There are educational programs, demonstrations as well as workshops available. There are self-guided hiking trails, which also connect to the Blue-Blazed Tunxis trail. The WMA is also next to the Nassahegon State Forest.
Farmington River Trail
The Farmington River Trailhead is located in nearby Canton and runs for 10 miles to nearby Farmington. The trail follows the river and is used for hiking, walking, running, and cycling. All dogs must be leashed while on the trail. Traffic on the course is considered moderate.
Burlington State Fish Hatchery
The fish hatchery got its start in 1923, making use of artesian wells and nearby streams. The hatchery produces four types of fish including, rainbow trout, kokanee salmon, brown trout, and brook trout. Group tours and individuals can visit the hatchery to learn more about the fish raised in the hatchery, the process, and the distribution of fish throughout Connecticut.
Deodorization of Contents and Structure after Fire Damage in Burlington
Lingering odors after a fire can sometimes be difficult to remove. The fire may have been contained in one room. However, the smoke flowed throughout the home, distributed by the forced air system. Even the air ducts may carry some odor from the fire.
SERVPRO understands how challenging it can be to remove all odors after the fire-damaged materials have been removed in Burlington homes. After all of the damaged materials are removed, we follow the smoke flow through the structure to remove odors. Our odor removal process includes:
- Cleaning of all surfaces
- Utilize deodorizing smoke or fog to follow the path of odors through the structure
- Seal all porous surfaces and duct surfaces in air handling systems.
Contact SERVPRO of Bristol for fire damage services in Burlington and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (860) 582-3330.