The sump pump in this Belle Mead, NJ basement failed causing it to flood. The carpets and baseboards were removed and the area was dried out with the use of 3 dehumidifiers and 45 air movers.
This home had a stuck flapper on the 1st-floor toilet that ran all day spilling water into the finished basement. The water caused the basement ceiling tiles to collapse and saturated the carpet and pad.
This commercial building in Cranbury, NJ suffered a pipe burst on the third floor. The first floor had the most damage and required 11 dehumidifiers, 75-80 air movers, 10 small and 5 large injectidry systems.
This basement in Toms River, NJ flooded affecting the carpet, tile, baseboards, sheetrock, and contents. Northeast Power Dry was called in to dry the basement with the use of twenty-three air movers and two dehumidifiers.
A call came in from a homeowner in Brielle, NJ that had a hot water heater rupture in their home. Our project manager Josh responded to the call to inspect the damage. Upon inspection he found the unfinished basement had taken on water damage to the concrete and a large number of contents. The condo had no room for a dumpster so two trucks were brought in for debris removal. The cleanup required one crew chief with two helpers for six hours, one dehumidifier and nine air movers. The basement took three days to completely dry.