Scott is one of our project managers at Northeast Power Dry. Before joining the team, Scott had been in and around construction for over 20 years. He also owned a construction business where he purchased and renovated outdated homes to sell. Scott is also a licensed NJ realtor as well. A few years ago, one of his properties was affected by water damage and ended up using NEPD services. He was very impressed with the business and services we provide. So much so, that Scott decided to join our team as well.
Scott is now IICRC certified in water restoration and loves being able to help people in their time of need. He finds it truly satisfying when he can put a smile on the customer’s face after the job has been completed.
In his spare time, Scott loves to spend his time with his family. He also is a huge Giants fan and an avid golfer. When Scott can get away, he loves to travel and experience as many different cultures as he can.
This home in Clinton, New Jersey, suffered from a dishwasher leak that affected the kitchen, living room, and finished basement of the house. The drywall, carpet, padding, and wood framing materials were damaged in these areas. When Northeast Power Dry project manager, Scott, arrived at the residence, he inspected the damage and communicated the most effective course of action to the customer. Technicians then installed 8 air movers, 1 dehumidifier, and 1 air scrubber to restore the home. In 3 days, the property was dry and all equipment was retrieved.
A home in Kendall Park, New Jersey, suffered from a hot water heater valve leak that led to a build up of mold in the connecting wall area. When the project manager, Scott, arrived at the residence, he led the technicians to removing and disposing of the infected wall materials. The process required 1 dehumidifier and 1 air scrubber device.
In Monroe Township, New Jersey, a homeowner suffered from an HVAC leak on the main level of their home. The vinyl, hardwood, and trim were affected. Northeast Power Dry project manager, Scott, determined that 1 hardwood floor machine and 1 air mover were needed to dry the house effectively. In 3 days, the property was dry.
This home in Long Valley, New Jersey, suffered from a broken waste line that affected the unfinished basement and left about 2 inches of standing sewage in the area. The concrete flooring was affected. When Northeast Power Dry project manager, Scott Upshaw, arrived at the home, the sludge was immediately extracted. The area was fully steam cleaned and disinfected. Two technicians then installed 5 air movers, 1 dehumidifier, and 1 air scrubber. Within just 3 days the area was fully restored and dried!
In Toms River, New Jersey, a homeowner experienced a washing machine overflow that occurred a few months ago. The wood flooring was replaced at the time of the leak. However, the homeowner is now noticing that the wood flooring has started cupping. This indicates that the area is still damp. A dehumidifier, air scrubber, and hardwood floor machine were set up in the home to fully dry and restore the floor.
A homeowner in Spotswood, NJ, suffered from 4 inches of standing water throughout their newly renovated basement due to a pipe burst. It was a high priority for both the homeowner and Northeast Power Dry to stabilize the situation and dry the residence. When our project manager, Scott, arrived at the home with a crew, the water was immediately removed from the basement using a pump system. Due to the extent of the damage shown from a moisture test, a section of the drywall was to be removed to ensure no future complications from this incident. 2 dehumidifiers, 1 air scrubber, and a heat trailer were used to dry the basement within only 3 days!
A customer in Morristown, New Jersey, suffered from a toilet leak that affected the ceiling of her kitchen staining the portion above the doorway. Scott the project manager sent out, made an experienced decision to use 3 fans and 1 dehumidifier. Equipment setup was completed in 2 hours.
The home in Chatham, New Jersey, experienced a frozen pipe burst under the bathtub that affected the 2nd level bathroom floor and the 1st-floor bedroom. The project manager assigned said the project needed 1 large and 1 small humidifier, 4 air movers, and 3 hardwood mats. The setup took the crew 3 1/2 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!
In Whippany, New Jersey, a homeowner experienced a hot water heater burst in their finished basement. There was a robust microbial smell, classifying this loss as a category 2. The baseboards, carpet, padding, drywall, and concrete materials were affected. When Northeast Power Dry project manager, Scott, arrived at the residence, he inspected the damage and communicated the course of action to the customer. Technicians then installed 6 air movers and 1 dehumidifier to restore the property. In 3 days, the home was fully dry!
In Maplewood, NJ, a homeowner suffered from a broken waste line that caused sewer water to leak in the kitchen and into the basement below. There was standing water on the kitchen floor and the ceiling and cabinets were affected. The sheetrock, tile, and hardwood floor were damaged. The sheetrock began to fall apart. When Scott, a Northeast Power Dry project manager, arrived at the house, he inspected the situation and disinfected the area. Due to the extent of damage, the flooring and drywall were removed. Technicians then installed 8 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, and 2 air scrubbers.
A homeowner in Union, New Jersey, suffered from a clogged toilet drain overflow in their home. The sewage water caused damage to the bathroom and seeped through the ceiling affecting the basement below. Due to the extent of damage, sections of the wall and ceiling, including the insulation, needed to be removed from the home. When Northeast Power Dry project manager, Scott, arrived, he sanitized the entire area and instructed two technicians to install 6 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, and 2 air scrubbers. The property was dry within only 4 days!