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Does SERVPRO Provide Flood Water Clean-Up in Los Gatos?

4/29/2021 (Permalink)

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SERVPRO Offers Flood Damage Restoration Services in Los Gatos

Los Gatos is part of what is known as Silicon Valley, with several hi-tech companies located in the valley. It is incorporated and part of Santa Clara County, in the southwest corner of San Jose. The population of Los Gatos is approximately 30,000 people. Los Gatos is named after the cougars and bobcats that roamed in the foothills around the town.

Los Gatos began in the 1860s and incorporated in 1887. Evolving from a mill and logging town to an agricultural and an arts colony with musicians, painters, writers, and actors, it is a vibrant city with the addition of the hi-tech industry in later years.

There are many activities for visitors and residents to consider in and around Los Gatos. The following are several of these activities many people enjoy:



  • Los Gatos Creek Trail
  • Vasona Lake County Park
  • Castle Rock State Park
  • Vineyards
  • Testarossa
  • Byington Vineyard and Winery
  • Loma Prieta Winery
  • Silver Mountain Vineyards
  • MJA Vineyards
  • David Bruce winery
  • Regale Winery & Vineyards
  • Left Bend Winery
  • Burell School Vineyards & Winery
  • Wrights Station Vineyard and Winery
  • Villa del Monte Winery
  • Castle Rock Falls
  • Billy Jones Wildcat Railroad
  • Limekiln Trail
  • New Museum of Los Gatos



Los Gatos Creek Trail 

The Los Gatos Creek Trail runs for 10 miles beginning in Campbell and winding its way through San Jose to Los Gatos. There is a dog park, and many people enjoy the trail by walking, cycling, jogging, and skateboarding. There are many flat stretches as well as hilly terrain along the route.

Explore Downtown Los Gatos

Visit North Santa Cruz Avenue and explore the stores, eateries, salons, and stores. Enjoy the architecture of the older sections of the street.

Castle Rock State Park

The Castle Rock State Park is a huge park with over 5000 acres of wild, natural state forests of redwoods, Douglas fir, and madrone forests. There are roughly 32 miles of hiking trails that link up with a host of other trails along the Pacific Coast. There are also two walk-in campgrounds for visitors to complete overnight backpacking. Visitors also use the trails for jogging and mountain biking. Don’t forget to visit Goat Rock to enjoy fantastic views.

Vineyards 

There are many vineyards in the Los Gatos area to visit. The warm climate and mountain climates enable multiple vineyards to thrive in the area. Enjoy the history of each vineyard and the breathtaking views offered from their tasting rooms. Most tasting rooms are open daily with opportunities to try their wines and purchase their products.



Does SERVPRO Disinfect Structures After Flood Damage in Los Gatos?

Floodwaters in Los Gatos can carry a large amount of dirt, silt, debris, and also biohazards collected from various sources as the water rages through a neighborhood. 

As the stormwater subsides, all of this material is left on your property. It is quite frequently inside your home as well.

SERVPRO provides water damage restoration after a storm, including biohazard remediation. We remove the debris and any water left in your house, along with the silt and dirt that has been washed into the home. We also thoroughly clean everything and apply disinfectant to remove all disease-carrying viruses and bacteria. Our services include:



  • Biohazard remediation
  • Mold Inspection and removal
  • Flood restoration
  • Water Damage Repairs

Call SERVPRO of Los Gatos / Monte Sereno for flood damage clean-up services in Los Gatos and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (408) 600-2020

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