Protecting Frederick's Charm and Attractions from Fire Losses
As a community of the Greater DC area, Frederick is alive with culture and history.
As both a town and a county, Frederick has been an influential part of the country since before winning our independence from Britain. As such, there are multiple historic properties and landmarks that can tell the story of Maryland and its role in colonial America. Likewise, modern attractions appeal to tourists and travelers passing through on their way to the nation's capital or using Frederick as a bedroom city to avoid the District of Columbia's hectic conditions.
Historic Downtown Frederick Appeals to Nostalgia
Many have described Frederick's downtown area as a cluster of spires, which refers to the volume of old churches found in the city. Much of the municipality is still laid out to favor those walking the streets on foot, with storefronts and services appealing to the pedestrian rather than oversized billboards to attract vehicle traffic. If you are looking to learn more about this region's history and role in events like the American Revolution, there are walking tours and specific sites better seen on foot.
Retail and Entertainment for All
- Francis Scott Key Mall – With nearly 60 stores and services within the structure, this shopping location is one of the most favored areas for retail enthusiasts. There are multiple anchor stores and a wide variety of goods available to appeal to shoppers of every taste.
- Frederick Keys Baseball – During the summer and fall, baseball fans can appreciate the cheap admission and thrill of America's pastime watching the Frederick Keys minor league baseball team. This is a farm program for the Baltimore Orioles, so those sitting in on the games could watch Major League Baseball's future stars.
- Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET) – In the lower level of the Francis Scott Key Hotel here in Frederick, you will find the Maryland Ensemble Theatre. This group has been performing together since 1997 in this location, though the company began in 1993 as an improv troupe without a steady stage.
How to Restore Frederick Homes After a Fire Loss
When fire restoration in Frederick homes is required, insurance providers need homeowners to pursue credible and experienced professionals like our SERVPRO team to help. As a preferred vendor in the area, we have a leading inventory of recovery tools and continued training for our technicians to provide homes and businesses with an efficient and thorough cleaning.
Restoration involves multiple steps and stages, beginning with mitigative options like debris removal and controlled demolition. Cleaning up soot residues can be among the most challenging segments of restoration, requiring several tools and products depending on the composition of these soils. Job scoping can determine the appropriate cleaning technique to make soot and smoke threats "Like it never even happened."
As damaging as fire can be after extinguishment, our SERVPRO of Frederick County team is ready 24/7 to get mitigation and restoration started. Call us today at (301) 662-1747.