Water Damage Hickory Nc

SERVPRO of Catawba County West Faster to Any Size Disaster
SERVPRO of Catawba County West is your local disaster cleanup and restoration company in Hickory, NC, and the surrounding areas. Since 2014, we have worked with numerous local property owners to restore their home or business following damage from fire, water, mold, storms, and more! Our team of SERVPRO heroes is highly trained and regularly gets recertified to maintain the high level of service that our customers expect. We offer 24-hour emergency services and are capable of immediately responding to any-sized disaster. We are locally owned and operated, but we have the resources of a large national chain.
Commercial Water Damage Restoration
SERVPRO of Catawba County West has the training, experience, and equipment to handle large commercial flooding or water damage emergencies. Whether your water emergency occurs in a small office building or big box store, we will respond quickly to mitigate the damage and manage the restoration project through to its completion. Learn more about Learn more about our training and certifications..
Engineered Hardwood Floors Water Damage
Hickory
Hickory wood is very hard, stiff, dense and shock resistant. There are woods that are stronger than hickory and woods that are harder, but the combination of strength, toughness, hardness, and stiffness found in hickory wood is not found in any other commercial wood.[5] It is used for tool handles, bows, wheel spokes, carts, drumsticks, lacrosse stick handles, golf club shafts (sometimes still called hickory stick, even though made of steel or graphite), the bottom of skis, walking sticks, and for punitive use as a switch (like hazel), and especially as a cane-like hickory stick in schools and use by parents. Paddles are often made from hickory. This property of hickory wood has left a trace in some Native American languages: in Ojibwe, hickory is called mitigwaabaak, a compound of mitigwaab "bow" and the final -aakw "hardwood tree".[6]
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