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Flooding Causes Many Problems
Even small amounts of standing water can cause problems that must be restored correctly and quickly.
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Floods can come from different sources, including storm damage, leaking roofs, burst pipes, or broken equipment. At SERVPRO of Fargo, we have experience, training, and the most up-to-date equipment for remediation of water damage. Count on us to help get homes and businesses back to preloss conditions.
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Waterfalls in the United States
When a North Dakota storm produces a waterfall in corporate offices, or a forgotten shower produces rapids in the family home, call SERVPRO of Fargo to remove the excess water, dry the humidity, mitigate mold, and remediate other water damage.
When the waterfall is outdoors and breath-taking, just enjoy the scene.
Sheyenne State Forest in North Dakota
Mineral Springs Waterfall in the Sheyenne State Forest is one of the Peace Garden State’s best-kept secrets. It’s our state’s only waterfall, and we love everything about it.
Yosemite Falls in California
These falls are one of the most riveting attractions of the riveting Yosemite National Park. They have three drops, for a total of 2,425 feet, making it one of the tallest waterfalls in the world. The longest drop is 1,430 feet.
Niagara Falls in New York (also in Ontario, Canada)
Okay, these falls aren’t only in the United States, but they are big enough and gorgeous enough to share. They are a magnificent border attraction. The Niagara Falls are three falls, with the largest one being Horseshoe Falls. It is the most powerful waterfall in North America.
Multnomah Falls, Oregon
Multnomah Falls is the tallest waterfall in Oregon and may be one of the prettiest in the Country. Visitors can cross a footbridge across the lower part of the falls, then follow the trail to a platform at the top of the falls. Once there, they can see another waterfall that is not visible from the ground.
Snoqualimie Falls, Washington
These falls are a popular tourist attraction, and spectacular enough to be scenery in television shows and movies. The water flows over a 20-million-year-old extinct volcano, which geologists discovered in the early 2000s.
Shoshone Falls, Idaho
Wow! They are gorgeous! Some people call the Shoshone Falls “the Niagara of the West”; we like to imagine that Idaho residents think of “the Shoshone of the East” when they go to New York. The Shoshone Falls pours over a 1,000-foot wide rim, which adds to the awesomeness of it.