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If you have water in your basement, crawl space, or other below-grade space Northeast Power Dry is your best water removal contractor offering complete water damage services in Hunterdon, NJ and nearby. Offering both residential and commercial water damage restoration, Northeast Power Dry is the most reliable water damage company in the area. We provide full-service flood restoration, from water removal to complete flood cleanup services.
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Northeast Power Dry is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We know flood emergencies don't take off weekends or holidays so neither do we! If you have flooding or other water issues in your basement or crawl space, contact Northeast Power Dry for fast, effective water removal services. We provide 24/7 emergency flood service in Hunterdon, NJ and the nearby areas.
During a cold front, we received a call regarding a vacant house for sale that had suffered water damage in Asbury, NJ. When our project manager Nikko arrived onsite he discovered a radiator break in four separate areas of the home. The customer was concerned with the damage and wanted to save as much material as possible since the house was on the market. Nikko assured the customer that NEPD had all the necessary machines to do the job. The cleanup required two crews for 10 hours, 39 air movers, 4 large injectidry systems, 5 hardwood machines, 6 dehumidifiers, 1 power distribution box and 1 sub panel installment. Everything went as planned and the customer was happy to get the house back on the market.
The sump pump in this Flemington, NJ home failed causing water damage to the basement. Our project manager Raphael responded to the call and found water throughout the perimeter of the basement. All the basement contents were raised to avoid any damage to them. The cleanup required 3 techs for 7 hours with 16 air movers and 2 dehumidifiers.
A call came in on a Friday afternoon for a broken dishwasher supply line under the sink. The loss happened on a Monday causing a great amount of saturation throughout the kitchen, basement storage area and crawlspace. The laminate floor, baseboards, cabinets, sheetrock, insulation, concrete, structural lumber and content were all affected. The laminate floors were removed, along with baseboards. The floors were cleaned and drying equipment was installed to begin the mitigation process. Injection drying was set in place to dry the cavities underneath the cabinets in the kitchen and exterior wall where standard airflow couldn't reach.
After receiving a call from a homeowner in Califon, NJ our project manager Michael headed out to the home to inspect the damage. The home water softener system had leaked causing water damage to the carpet, drywall and baseboards. The cleanup required heavy extraction from the carpet and pad. The baseboards were removed and wall cuts were made. 12 fans, 1 injectidry system and 1 dehumidifier were left to dry the remaining water.
A call came in from a customer in Glen Gardner, NJ. Their apartment had a frozen pipe burst in the laundry room affecting 60% of the unit. The water damage spread from the laundry room through the kitchen and into the living room. Our project manager Chris headed to the home to evaluate the damage. The cleanup required ten air movers, one dehumidifier, and one injectidry. The next day, our crews arrived at the home to set up the equipment. On the second day, the molding was removed and fans were placed to complete the drying. The home was completely dry on the third day and all machines were removed.
Our office coordinator Devin took a call from a homeowner in Lebanon, NJ that had a heating pipe burst. Our project manager Raphael responded to the call and headed to the home. The thermostat in the storage room broke causing the pipe to freeze and burst. The drywall, insulation, padding, carpet, and baseboards were all affected. The cleanup required one dehumidifier and ten air movers. The job was dried and completed in three days.
A call came in from a homeowner in Whitehouse Station, NJ. The home had a broken dishwasher supply line leak that had been untouched for five days. The water leaked into the kitchen, small basement storage, and crawlspace. The laminate floor, baseboards, cabinets, sheetrock, insulation, concrete, structural lumber, and content were all affected. The laminate floors needed to be removed along with the baseboards. The floors were cleaned and the drying equipment was put in place. Three dehumidifiers, one injector, and twelve air movers were used for three days of drying.
Ms. Greene experienced a leak from her toilet that affected 9 rooms in her home. The leak resulted in damage to her carpeting, pads, hardwood floors, insulation, baseboards, oversized trim, ceramic tile, vanity, and tack strip. Using his experience, our project manager had the crew install 5 large dehumidifiers, 2 small dehumidifiers, 43 air movers, 2 hardwood machines, and 2 air scrubbers. By the 3rd day of the drying process, all areas were thoroughly dried, and all equipment was picked up. Ms. Green is now able to enjoy a dry home.
We received a call from a homeowner in Bloomsbury, NJ that had a pipe break in their garage. Our project manager, Nikko, responded to the call to inspect the damage. Upon inspection, he found the break had affected the garage and unfinished basement. The cleanup required two technicians for three hours, eight air movers, and two dehumidifiers. The ceiling was removed and the equipment was left for three days to allow the areas to completely dry.
We received a call from a homeowner in Frenchtown, NJ that had a sewage backup in their basement. We sent our project manager Nikko to the home to inspect the damage. Upon inspection, Nikko found raw sewage that leaked into the basement. The customer had removed most of it themselves, but the floors needed to be steam cleaned and disinfected. The cleanup required two technicians with six air movers, one dehumidifier and one air scrubber.
Abid of Hampton, NJ noticed mold growing in the utility room of his home, and water coming through the walls. He did not know the cause of this mold growth or water damage and immediately searched for a solution. He determined that this was due to a leak from his water pressure tank. Due to the severity of the mold growth, he knew he needed help right away. Northeast Power Dry instantly came in to offer a solution to eliminate this mold growth for good.
Project Manager Nikko arrived at the home to evaluate the damage. He determined that our technician Jino would be needed to stabilize the area of microbial growth with a dehumidifier, then use air scrubbers and containment to successfully remove the mold. Two dehumidifiers and two air movers would be needed to dry the area after the mold removal.
Abid is now able to enjoy a clean, healthy, and dry home! Northeast Power Dry is pleased that they could help Adib in this potentially harmful mold growth situation.
Joan of High Bridge, NJ noticed a leak was coming through the ceiling of her home. A plumber evaluated the situation and determined that it was due to holes in the caulking of the second-floor bathroom. This caused water to seep through into the ceiling of the first floor of the home. Joan still needed a water restoration company to help dry the affected areas of her home. Northeast Power Dry came in to resolve this issue and dry Joan's home.
Shortly after giving us a call, an appointment was set for project manager Chris K. to evaluate the home. Chris decided that having 2 technicians set up the equipment will be the quickest and most efficient way to dry the home. He decided that they will need to set up 3 air movers, 1 large dehumidifier, 1 small dehumidifier, and 1 hardwood machine to successfully dry the area. Technicians Jino and Erick arrived at the home to complete this process.
Joan K. can now enjoy a dry basement thanks to our crew at Northeast Power Dry! We are happy we were able to help Joan in this stressful situation.
Brett noticed that water was seeping through his ceiling onto the first floor and then down into the basement of his home. After searching what to do online, he came across Northeast Power Dry and decided to give them a call.
Shortly after contacting them, an appointment was set for Jeff Cohen, a project manager, to come and evaluate the damage. Jeff determined that the damage was due to a broken plumbing line in the upstairs bathroom. He decided the best way to extract the water would be to use 3 dehumidifiers, 3 hardwood machines, 1 injectidry machine, and 14 air movers.
After 4 days the affected areas were completely dried and all of the equipment was picked up. Brett O. was very happy to come home to a dry house.
Eva of Milford, New Jersey noticed that a pipe had broken causing damage to the floor and ceiling in her home. She searched for a solution to dry the affected areas and tried to solve it by using regular fans. Much to her displeasure, water still needed to be removed from her home. Northeast Power Dry came in and offered Eva a solution to eliminate this problem for good.
They determined that the water damage affected the ceramic tile, drywall, hardwood floor, and subfloor. The project manager of the job, Nikko Vastola, decided that the best way to extract the water would be to use 3 large dehumidifiers, 1 revolution machine, 1 hardwood machine, 1 injectidry machine.
Eva was very pleased with Northeast Power Dry's service and has experienced no other water damages in her home!
Kathleen of Three Bridges, New Jersey noticed wet carpeting. She decided to contact Northeast Power Dry who came right away.
Christopher Kiesel assessed the damage and discovered that there was an appliance leak in the laundry room affecting the hallway, two closets, one bedroom, and the living room. He decided that the equipment needed would be 8 air movers, one dehumidifier, and one injectidry.
After removing the damaged floors and using the equipment, Northeast Power Dry was successfully able to dry and sanitize the affected areas. Kathleen O. was happy to see that everything was able to be cleaned up!
Tony D. of Pittstown, New Jersey experienced a water heater leak in the basement of his home. He wanted to make sure the water would be removed from his home as quickly as possible to prevent further damage. After searching online, he found Northeast Power Dry and decided to give them a call.
Shortly after giving them a call, a project manager came to evaluate the damages. He decided that the best bet at removing all of the water from the affected areas would be to install 15 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, and 1 injectidry machine.
After just 4 days, all of the equipment was picked up and the basement was completely dry. Tony D. was very pleased with the services that Northeast Power Dry completed in his home.
Jim S. noticed that there was standing water in the crawlspace of his property. He wanted to make sure it was not going to lead to a more serious problem. After deciding he needed to bring in professional help, he gave Northeast Power Dry a call.
After setting up an appointment, a project manager was sent in to inspect the affected area. The project manager decided to send in two technicians, John and Jose, to remove the water. They were sent in with 10 fans, 2 small dehumidifiers, and 1 air scrubber to dry the crawlspace.
Jim S. was very happy that has property was successfully cleaned and dried!
Margot Y. of Oldwick, NJ suffered from a sewer back up in the garage of her home. This occurred through the toilet in the garage and affected the bathroom, drywall, concrete, and laminate floors in the garage. The situation needed to be inspected immediately to prevent any further damage.
Margot found Northeast Power Dry online and decided they would be a good fit. After giving them a call, a project manager arrived at the home immediately to inspect the damage. They determined that 15 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, and 1 air scrubber would be needed to successfully clean and dry the home. The next day, two technicians arrived to steam clean and disinfect the affected areas, then set up the equipment for drying.
Margot's home was completely dry after just 3 days! Margot was very happy with Northeast Power Dry's service, and she is now able to enjoy and clean and dry basement!
Ms. Tabor had experienced a pipe break in her ceiling that affected the kitchen and basement below. The leak caused damage to the hardwood and carpet in both rooms, as well as the ceiling tiles in the basement. Chris, the project manager, knew from experience that the best course of action was to have the crew install 12 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, 1 hardwood floor machine, and 1 air scrubber. On the 3rd day of the drying process, everything had been properly dried, and the equipment was picked up. Ms. Tabor is now able to enjoy a dry living space.
Ms. Greig’s hot water heater ruptured and caused damage to the rooms in her basement. The water affected the baseboards and carpeting in the basement bedroom. The project manager knew the best course of action was to have the crew remove the baseboard in the room and set up 17 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, and 1 injection dryer throughout the basement to dry the areas. By the 3rd day, the areas were thoroughly dried, and the equipment was picked up. The customer was happy with our services and was able to enjoy a dry bedroom and basement.
Ms. Heller experienced multiple pipe breaks in her home affecting all the rooms in her house. There was water damage to the carpeting, hardwood flooring, and ceilings in the home. The breaks were in various baseboard heaters throughout the house. Chris, our project manager, was sent to the home to inspect the damage and determine what needed to be done using his experience. 56 air movers, 5 dehumidifiers, 1 air scrubber, and 1 hardwood floor machine were needed to completely dry the 3 levels that were affected. The home took 5 days for it to be dried thoroughly and for all equipment to be picked up. After the 5 day process the customer was very satisfied to once again have a dry home.
On Mother's Day, a homeowner in Pittstown experienced a pipe clog in the first-floor bathroom that led to a sewer backup causing contaminated water to cover the floor. 5 rooms within the home were affected, and with two children, a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old, it was a priority that this be handled immediately and properly. Northeast Power Dry received the call at 8 pm that Sunday night and automatically headed over to resolve the situation.
When arriving on site, our project manager, Adam noticed the customer was extremely upset about the current state of her home. The homeowner was under the impression that her insurance policy would not cover the incident. However, upon inspection, our team at Northeast Power Dry contacted the insurance company and revealed that since the pipe leading to the septic tank was on the premises, the water mitigation was fully covered.
Two of our experieinced technicians fully cleaned and sanitized the area that night until midnight. The technicians then returned the next morning to fully set up the drying equipment. 24 air movers, 2 air scrubbers, and 2 dehumidifiers were used to complete the job. The cleanup and setup took a total of 8 hours, and the drying was completed in 4 days.
Northeast Power Dry handled the situation immediately and effectively.