"Jeff was remarkable. Answered all of our questions, explained everything to us and even called and spoke to our insurance company..."
Jeff was remarkable. Answered all of our questions, explained everything to us and even called and spoke to our insurance company to get approval to start.
I have been drying properties with water damage for Northeast Power Dry since 2013 - that’s 5 years now! I am IIRC Water Damage Certified, and I had previous experience as a technician before coming to NEPD. The community we have within the production team is the best part about working here. We work extremely well together, and are able to complete jobs successfully and quickly!
I am responsible for setting up equipment in the homes we work on to ensure that the affected areas will be properly dried. I also complete any cleaning, extraction, or mold removal that needs to be done. Our main priority here is our customers, so I always work to make the process easy and stress-free for them!
I am originally from Poland, but now currently live in Bridgewater, NJ. Quality time with my friends and family is extremely important to me. I also enjoy watching and playing soccer in my free time. One day I would love to travel the world!
The customer had a break in her toilet line resulting in water damage to 9 rooms in her home. The photos below show the damage to the carpeting in the hallway outside of where the leak originated and the equipment setup up in the bathroom to start the drying process.
A customer in Randolph had experienced a pipe break to their main water line in the basement. This resulted in damage to the dry wall and hardwood flooring. Chris, our project manager, knew the best course of action was to have the crew remove the flooring and install 7 air movers, 1 dehumidifier, 1 air injection dryer, and 1 air scrubber. It took the crew no more than 4 hours to complete the setup to begin the drying process.
Customer in Dover experienced a furnace leak in his kitchen that affected the kitchen and office. The laminate flooring in the kitchen stored the water from the leak beneath it, causing mold to grow. Peter felt that the best course of action would be to use 1 dehumidifier, 1 air scrubber, and 1 air mover to dry the areas properly. The equipment took about 3 hours to install so that the drying process could begin. After the equipment was removed the project manager returned to apply serum to kill the mold that had grown due to the water damage.