Can Business Fires Harm the Bottom Line?
A Fire Can Lead to Temporary Closure of your Gaithersburg Business and Revenue Losses
The city of Gaithersburg in Montgomery County has a 59,933 population that is spread across two distinct districts, the east and west. Gaithersburg's eastern side is colloquially known as the old town and features most of the cities early historical buildings. The west-side is a thriving business district with extensive shopping as well as some globally significant company headquarters. Among the largest businesses in the west of Gaithersburg are pharmaceutical company Astra Zeneca, IBM, and Lockheed Martin. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is one of the region's largest employers. The main tourism events are commerce centered, with many people flocking to the city during Black Friday and other sales-oriented holidays. The Kentlands, Washingtonian Center, and Lakelands are all award-winning communities for urban development.
Despite its modern new-urban feel, Gaithersburg's city remained a quiet, agricultural community for most of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. During the 1970s, the population of the area exploded while its official status as a city was only granted a year before in 1969. Today, it is among the most ethnically diverse regions in the United States. The growing city is currently underway with two exciting 'new urban' developments which are connected to the inter transit bus line. The city is also home to a prominent sports focus, with NBA player James White, NFL quarterback Dwayne Haskins and Major League Baseball player Chris Coghlan born in and around Gaithersburg.
The Washingtonian Center (RIO) is a lakeside shopping district on Rio Boulevard with retail, dining, and entertainment for the whole family.
The Gaithersburg Community Museum celebrates the city's earliest history with a faithfully restored 1883 steam train. It is located on Summit Avenue, just off Observatory Park.
The Water Park at the center of Bohrer Park in Gaithersburg is a highlight for family activities, which is incorporated with a mini-golf course.
A Premises Fire Could Affect your Business Revenues
Fires can affect indoor air quality, create slip & trip hazards and create an unsanitary environment at your company. Our rapid response teams are available for businesses in the area that need immediate attention following a fire.
SERVPRO technicians have experience in dealing with commercial fire restoration in Gaithersburg's prominent business districts. Our focus is on providing high quality, efficient service to the local business community with leading expertise and equipment. External storage facilities are available for the temporary safe storage of contents or stock during the restoration process.
- Air filtration devices with high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters can remove particles as small as 0.3 microns.
- Hot water extraction can help to restore and pre-clean carpeting in your business.
- We have special procedures for the recovery, restoration, or replacement of acoustical tiles after fire damage.
A quick response can reduce business interruption following a fire. Contact SERVPRO of Gaithersburg / Germantown for commercial fire restoration at (301) 963-8474.