Mike is one of our Project Managers here at Northeast Power Dry and has been with the company for about a year! Prior to joining the team at NEPD, Mike worked as a residential and commercial carpenter for 20 years, a licensed realtor for 8 years, and in temporary construction staffing for 4 years. With an IICRC certification and his plethora of previous restoration experience, Mike is highly knowledgable and qualified to perform our services effectively.
Daily, Mike meets with property owners to introduce our services and assist them with their water mitigation needs to prevent any further damages. Mike's favorite thing about his job is helping customers restore their property by serving as the solution.
In his free time, Mike loves spending quality time with his family and taking relaxing fishing trips!
This home in Jackson, New Jersey, suffered from a pipe break that affected the flooring in the kitchen, cabinets, laminate floor, insulation, and crawl space. When Northeast Power Dry project manager, Michael, arrived at the home, he instructed 2 technicians to to install 1 injectidry, 3 air revolutions, and 8 air movers.
This home in Middlesex, New Jersey, suffered from a leak from the refrigerator supply line. Water seeped through the kitchen floor and damaged the ceiling and walls of the basement below. The drywall, framing, hardwood flooring, trim, carpeting, and padding were affected throughout the 2 levels. Our experienced crew at Northeast Power Dry arrived at the home, cleaned the area, and removed the unsalvageable materials to ensure the easiest restoration process. Technicians then installed 6 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, and 1 hardwood floor machine to dry the property in only 4 days.
In Warren, New Jersey, a homeowner experienced a sewer backup in their finished basement. The basement bathroom, family room, and utility room were affected. The tiling, concrete, drywall, insulation, and base all suffered from the water incident. When Northeast Power Dry project manager, Mike, arrived on site he removed the sewer water, and the area was steam cleaned sanitized. Due to the extent of damage to the materials, some tiling, drywall, and baseboards needed to be removed from the basement to ensure no future complications due to this issue. Next, 2 technicians installed 8 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, and 1 air scrubber. The property was fully dry within only 4 days!
This home in Bernardsville, New Jersey, suffered from a sewer backup in the main line. This incident caused damage to the first-floor bathroom, as well as the living area and utility room in the basement. The carpet, padding, tile, drywall, and concrete were affected. After sanitizing the area, Michael, a Northeast Power Dry project manager, arrived on site and had two technicians install 8 air movers, 3 dehumidifiers, and 2 air scrubbers. The homeowners enjoyed a dry home in just 4 days!
The customer in Keyport had experienced a sump pump failure in her basement affecting the carpeting, paneling, and baseboards. The sump pump failure also caused damage to the laundry room and 2 of the customer’s closets. Mike, our project manager, knew from experience to have the crew install 18 air movers and 1 dehumidifier to dry the areas effectively. The demolition and installation of equipment took the crew 5 hours to complete.
A home in Westfield, New Jersey, suffered from a sewer backup that damaged the carpeting and walls in the finished basement. When project manager, Mike, arrived at the residence, he cleaned and sanitized the affected areas by removing the damaged materials and cleaning the surface underneath. After the area was disinfected, 9 air movers, 1 air scrubber, and 1 dehumidifier were used to restore and dry the area.
A homeowner in Westfield, New Jersey, experienced a break in their copper supply line located in the ceiling of the finished basement. The pipe break caused water to seep through the plaster ceiling and damage the hardwood floor and walls below. When Mike, experienced Northeast Power Dry project manager, arrived at the home, he inspected the damage and determined the most effective drying set up with the customer. Technicians then installed 4 air movers, 1 dehumidifier, 1 air scrubber, and 1 hardwood floor machine to restore the property. In 4 days, the house was dry.
In Florham Park, New Jersey, a homeowner experienced a washing machine leak that affected 3 levels of their house. The leak originated from the laundry room on the second level, seeped through the floor to the kitchen and pantry below, and continued to the basement and the garage. The tile flooring, hardwood flooring, drywall, insulation, and framing were wet throughout these areas. When Northeast Power Dry project manager, Mike, arrived at the residence, he inspected the leak and determined the best course of action to dry the home. Technicians installed 19 air movers, 6 dehumidifiers, 2 air scrubbers, and 4 injection machines to restore the home completely.
This home in Livingston, New Jersey, experienced a water heater failure in their finished basement. The carpeting, padding, drywall, baseboards, and concrete were affected throughout 9 rooms of the basement. Our project manager, Michael, arrived at the residence and was able to restore the home. After extracting the water out of the carpeting, 2 Northeast Power Dry technicians installed 20 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, and 1 large injectidry machine. The extensive drying job took only 5 days in total to complete.