Jose is a Crew Chief at Northeast Power Dry, and he has been with the company for about 18 months. Jose is responsible for preparing the necessary equipment and loading the vehicles. When new jobs come in, Jose assists the Project Managers in assembling the equipment setup on site. Jose is highly qualified, as he has a certification in water remediation. Additionally, before working with Northeast Power Dry, Jose worked in the reconstruction and carpeting industries. Jose can give customers the best service possible, as he loves meeting new people and making various customers homes safe!
Jose currently resides in Bound Brook, New Jersey, and he enjoys spending time with his wife and kids. Some of Jose’s hobbies include playing soccer and fishing!
Customer in Glen Gardner experienced a pipe break in their kitchen ceiling that affected the kitchen as well as the basement below. Chris, our project manager knew from experience that the best course of action was for the crew to install 12 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, 1 hardwood floor machine, and 1 air scrubber. The setup took the crew 5 hours to complete.
Customer expericed a sump pump failure in the finished part of her basement. Matt, the project manager, used 11 air movers and a dehumidifier to dry the afflicted areas. Equipment installation took 5 hours.
This home in Summit, New Jersey, suffered from a pinhole pipe leak in the third-floor bathroom. The water seeped through the home and caused damage to the first-floor dining room ceiling and wood flooring below. The plaster, walls, and sheetrock throughout the house were affected. When Northeast Power Dry project manager, Scott, arrived at the home, he inspected the situation. The water loss classification was a category 3. 2 technicians installed 7 air movers, 4 dehumidifiers, 1 air scrubber, and 1 hardwood floor machine to effectively dry the property. The house was dry within 4 days!