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Can Lafayette Homes Be Restored After a Fire?

3/5/2021 (Permalink)

Heavy smoke surrounding smoke detector. Small blazes can cause smoke and soot damage throughout your home. SERVPRO can make it “Like it never even happened.”

SERVPRO Provides Professional Fire Restoration Services that Give Homeowners Their Homes Back Whenever Possible

Named after the French officer that helped the Colonies during the War of Independence, Lafayette, IN, has its roots deep in history. It was founded in 1825, and people from all walks of life have settled there over the years. It is a community rich in culture and a wonderful place to visit. Residents and visitors alike can find plenty to see and do. Here are some of our favorites.

Prophetstown State Park

Prophetstown State Park is a newer state park and is roughly 10 miles outside of Lafayette. One of the things you will not want to skip is touring The Farm at Prophetstown. Visitors get a look at homesteading life in earlier times here. It is a living-history museum that is fascinating to all ages.

Another well-liked activity in the park is the Prophetstown State Park Aquatic Center. It features a large leisure pool with a lazy river and waterslides. Families enjoy spending the day during the hot summer months at this unique water park. Other activities to be enjoyed including:

  • Hiking
  • Biking
  • Picnics
  • Birdwatching
  • Year-round camping

Wabash Heritage Trail

Get your exercise while taking in some local attractions and history when you explore this 13-mile trail. It is easily traveled and parallels the Wabash River. The path starts at the Tippecanoe Battlefield Park and ends at Fort Ouiatenon. Other points of interest along the way include:

  • Davis Ferry Bridge
  • McAllister Park
  • Happy Hollow Park
  • Picnic Benches
  • Scenic Views

No vehicles are allowed on the trail, so it is perfect for walking, jogging, biking, and taking the baby for a stroll.

Tippecanoe Battlefield Park

Sitting beside Prophetstown State Park, Tippecanoe Battlefield Park is a memorial to the 1811 battle between the settlers and Native Americans. The park spans 96 acres and has a museum with displays and exhibits related to the conflict. Families will enjoy the exhibitions at the Wah-ba-shik-a Nature Center. Visitors can take in the sights and then enjoy a picnic lunch at one of several picnic areas. There is also a hiking trail. The park is a stopping point along the path of the Wabash Nature Trail.

Columbian Park Zoo

This zoo is a favorite with Lafayette residents. It is over 100 years old with lots of family-friendly activities. It features a fountain plaza, Meet n’ Greet programs, and the Columbian Park Express train. There is a Butterfly Garden and Family Farm along with a wide variety of animals. Wallabies, spider monkeys, and porcupines are just a few of the animals you can see at the zoo. When you are done at the zoo, hop on over to Columbian Park and enjoy the playgrounds and picnic areas.

SERVPRO Proudly Provides Fire Restoration Services to Lafayette Residents

We understand when you search for us, you need quick help:

Fires can happen anywhere. When it happens to a Lafayette residence, SERVPRO is here to help. Even small fires can cause big problems. We understand you need to know:

  • The extent of the damage and the plan of action
  • Your home is in good hands
  • That we work closely with your insurance company
  • We restore, instead of replacing, whenever possible
  • We follow all local and state guidelines
  • SERVPRO leaves your home, “Like it never even happened.”

SERVPRO of Lafayette provides professional fire restoration services. If you need experienced restoration services, contact us immediately at (765) 420-0077.

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