On the western shores of the Mississippi River, sitting in the Mississippi Valley and the bluff lands, is Winona, MN. This micropolitan region grew from the railroad and steamboat industries during the 1800s into the historic gem of the Midwest it is today. ServiceMaster Disaster Restoration Services provides the booming industries, commercial districts, and residential population of around 30,000 with comprehensive restoration and building recovery in Winona, MN.
With the Mississippi River, the rolling hills of the bluffs, and Lake Winona directly at hand, Winona offers visitors and residents a wide variety of outdoor recreational activities, including bike trails, water sports, and many other parks and trails.
Sugar Loaf is a distinctive landmark that sits south of the city, near Lake Winona. A conical pinnacle on a large limestone bluff, Sugar Loaf has had local significance for nearly a century and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
As a community, Winona has great devotion to the arts with several annual festivals, including the Great River Shakespeare Festival, the Mid West Music Fest, and the Minnesota Beethoven Festival. Winona also holds the professional Theatre de Mississippi, and several museums like the Minnesota Marine Art Museum. The Winona Historical Society has protected and invested in the history of the area since 1935.
The dangers in Winona come most often from fire damage—Winona’s two Fire Departments provide fire safety and emergency assistance to the community, answering an average of 2,000 calls for help annually—and water damage from heavy rains or flooding along the Mississippi. Our restoration teams are at the ready to help all Winona businesses and homeowners make a smooth recovery from any disaster.
For more information about ServiceMaster Disaster Restoration Services and our professional restoration in Winona, MN, contact us at (507)457-3003 or contact our 24/7/265 emergency response line.