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Businesses in Cutler Bay Can Fall Victim to Water Intrusion Throughout the Winter Months.

11/17/2020 (Permalink)

If your business has a water damage, call SERVPRO of Cutler Bay we are ready to help.

SERVPRO of Cutler Bay Provides Commercial Water Damage Restoration to Local Business.

Cutler Bay is a small suburb located in Miami, with a population of around 45,000 residents. Cutler's history extends far back with archaeological evidence of indigenous tribes having first settled there over 10,000 years ago. As a part of the Union, Cutler was first established in the 1880s but only became an incorporated township in 2005. Like much of Florida, residents here enjoy hot summers, white beaches, a wealth of greenery, and coastal waterways. The nearby Charles Deering Estate is home to the Cutler fossil site, which has archaeological remains of saber-toothed tigers, California Condors, and Wooly Mammoths. The modern-day coastal town provides a fresh blend of nightlife, food outlets, and bars that line the bay's boardwalks. 

What separates this township from surrounding Miami is the hundreds of greenery miles, national parks, and coastline. Larry and Penny Thompson park grounds stretch out to a stunning 300 acres of wildlife. Visitors to the site can take advantage of some 200 campsites that allow city dwellers to get back to nature over a weekend by fishing, hiking, and camping- all the while maintaining access to clean, running hot-water. For a more foraging focused trip, there's the fruit and spice park on 187th Avenue. Tours take place covering the abundance of fruit and vegetation between 11 am and 3 pm each day. The Fruit and Spice park plays host to over 50,000 visitors each year who explore the 37 acres of unique wildlife species.

  • The Blackpoint Ocean Grill on Blackpoint Marina serves up a culinary feast of fresh seafood every day alongside an alluring range of cocktails. Frequented by yacht owners, sea captains, residents, and tourists, the marina's stunning views make this an iconic destination in Cutler Bay.
  • Zoo Miami is one of the largest zoos in this US corner, spanning over 700 acres with 100 exhibits to explore. Starting on South-West 152nd St, the zoo and gardens provide hours of entertainment for visitors to the Sunshine State. 
  • Redland Market has been providing Cutler Bay residents and restaurants with various fantastic local produce since as far back as 1987. The market village is enormous and offers live entertainment, local food trucks, and hundreds of stalls selling unique products to eager visitors. Getting there early is a must for beating the hustle, with opening hours starting at 7 am on Saturday and Sundays.

Explore Cutler Bay's Miami-Dade Heritage by Visiting the Deering Estate.

The Deering Estate is part of the National Register of Historic Places with openings to explore the grounds and museum. Charles Deering was a 20th-century industrialist from Chicago who developed these grounds between the 19th and 20th centuries. As an avid art collector and preservationist, the estate encapsulates both his philanthropic approach to life as well as numerous hiking trails that offer breathtaking experiences of the protected wildlife. The Deering Estate covers over 444 acres of land, which includes the Atlantic Rock Ridge as well as the meeting point between the Everglades and the Biscayne Bay. The oldest buildings on offer date back to 1896, while the Stone House is a shining example of modernist architecture. 

The Deering Estate remained in the family until 1986 when Florida purchased the land to open it for public use. Much of the contemporary art collection stored in the Stone House was taken to the Art Institute of Chicago. However, the remaining collection of tapestries, sculptures, crockery, and canvases are open to Cutler Bay residents all year round. Visitors to the historic site can choose from a range of guided tours and experiences or head out on the trails by themselves. The recent re-opening allows visitation throughout with social distancing and Florida State Covid protocols being followed at all times. The main entrance for the Deering Estate is on Southwest 72nd Avenue. 

  • The estate opens to the public everyday between 10 am and 5 pm, with admissions, only accepted up until 4 pm. Children under the age of three years can enter for free, while concessions are available for Seniors and Veterans. 
  • Natural Preserve Tours occur from the main entrance at 12:30 pm every day, where guides inform visitors of the endangered species, archaeological sites, and terrestrial caves, among many other exciting natural aspects located on the grounds. 
  • The estate also offers seasonal tours that run throughout the year. These include exhibitions of artists, natural photography, night hikes, and daily historical tours. Check their website to find out more information. 
  • There are also opportunities for space rentals for events, group tours, visits, and Kayaking. Kayaking takes place on the Biscayne Bay and is well-suited to beginners. Kayaks, life jackets, paddles, and bags are provided for those taking a Kayaking tour.

Businesses experiencing Commercial Water Damage in their Cutler Bay Premises Can Contact SERVPRO for Expert Assistance. 

Business interruption can occur in many forms, but one of the leading causes of temporary closure to your business is water intrusion. We can provide locally-based restoration technicians within four hours of notification of loss. Our qualified technicians have experience working on large commercial premises and access to large drying equipment like DX machines. Keeping temporary closures to a minimum and communicating with premises managers throughout the process is essential to providing good quality restoration. Our crew chiefs can provide you with detailed verbal estimates, timeframes, and special services to allow you to plan your business recovery more effectively. 

  • SERVPRO technicians work closely with insurance adjusters to create detailed estimates and restoration timeframes for businesses. 
  • All our work is digitally recorded to allow for maximum transparency during the restoration procedure. The information recorded can be passed on to your insurance provider.
  • Our staff can offer unique services such as document drying, installing vapor barriers, and inspecting heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.

If your business suffers from a sudden water loss incident. Contact SERVPRO of Cutler Bay at (305) 278-8484.

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