Can You Save Amityville Business Carpets During Stormwater Mitigation?
Helping Amityville business owners handle stormwater mitigation
Amityville needs no introduction – the name has become synonymous with the novel, The Amityville Horror, and the movie of the same name. The book's author, Jay Anson, maintains that it was based on the Lutz family's true story and the supernatural hauntings that plagued them in their village home.
Whether you believe the story or not, there is no doubt that the Lutz's former home is a popular tourist destination! The house is an imposing Dutch Colonial style, with five bedrooms and its own boathouse just off Long Island Sound. Many people do not realize that the home in Amityville is not the one from the famous horror movie. That home is in New Jersey – filmmakers had to go there because Amityville authorities would not allow them to film the actual house.
The house has attracted so much tourist interest that its former owners, James, and Barbara Cromarty, changed its address from 112 Ocean Avenue to 108 Ocean Avenue in the hope of discouraging the hordes of visitors who came to the village wanting to see the house. You can, of course, still view the house from the outside today, but you are unlikely to find any ghosts – several people have owned it since the Lutz's lived there, and all reported no paranormal activity.
Explore the weird and wonderful in Amityville
As you can imagine, Amityville's history has made it popular with those looking for something a little off the beaten track. If you want to try something different in and around Amityville, be sure to check out:
- Amityville Psychic & Medium Center is the place to go if you are interested in psychic readings. Visit this quaint little store in the village to ask about your life, love, or career.
- Amityville Apothecary is a delightfully bohemian shop where you can purchase crystals, oils, incense, books, and much more. You can also take classes in many topics such as healing or astrology.
- Darkness Rising is a haunted house near Amityville, and many visitors have called it one of the scariest haunted houses they've been to. From zombies to ghosts to aliens, you never know what you might encounter here. It is not for the faint of heart!
Of course, Amityville is not only about hauntings and other spooky things. It is also a vibrant and friendly Long Island community that is ideal for exploring Long Island's beautiful beaches and countryside. Amityville beach is only open to residents, but there are many lovely beaches in the area. The village also has a beautiful green space named Pearsall Park, which is near the road yet offers a green, lush place to stop for a picnic or a walk.
What happens to business carpets during stormwater mitigation?
Stormwater can quickly soak a business premises and leave it in need of professional water damage cleaning. SERVPRO is a locally owned and operated franchise that is here to help Amityville businesses after a storm.
Unfortunately, it is not usually possible to save carpets after a storm. Stormwater carries the risk of contamination from microbes or even sewage or animal carcasses. SERVPRO cannot save the carpet, but we can help by:
- Safely removing and disposing of carpets.
- Evacuating stormwater and drying out your business.
- Carrying out antimicrobial treatments.
- Deodorizing your premises.
For help getting your business back on track after a storm, call SERVPRO of Amityville / Lindenhurst at (631) 319-1680.