This home in Spotswood, NJ experienced a leak in their water heater. The crack in the water heater resulted in flooding in the finished basement that affected the flooring of the TV room and utility room. Our technicians used 12 fans and 1 dehumidifier in order to dry the affected areas.
A broken hot water heater causes water damage to this customer's home. The affected areas included the drywall and flooring of the basement, bathroom, and living room. Our technicians used 1 dehumidifier, 1 air scrubber, and 10 air movers in order to successfully dry the affected areas.
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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 Middlesex, 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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We received a call on a Monday afternoon for a kitchen pipe burst. Our project manager Michael headed out to the residence to inspect the damage. Upon arrival, she found water damage to the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. The kitchen cabinets were removed in order to dry out the walls with an injectidry system. A section of the hardwood floors in the master bedroom were removed. A total of 2 techs, 12 fans, 2 injectidry systems and 2 dehumidifiers were used for the cleanup.
A few days before Christmas we received a call from a homeowner that had a supply line leak in their kitchen. Our project manager Chris headed out to the home to determine the damage. The water had run down into the basement laundry room affecting the wood floors. The leak also spread into the adjacent living space in the basement. The crawlspace had standing water on the concrete floor and the insulation was wet. The cleanup called for 2 techs for 6 hours, 10 air movers and 2 dehumidifiers.
A call came in from a homeowner that had come home to a sink overflow. Our project manager Nikko headed out to the home to inspect the damage. The water had leaked through the floor and into the kitchen. The kitchen cabinets, drywall, insulation and baseboards were all affected. The kitchen was covered and protected with plastic to begin the cleanup. The cleanup required 2 techs for 5 hours, 1 large dehumidifier, 1 revolution, 7 air movers.
Our office received a call regarding a water loss that occurred on the top unit of an apartment building. Our project manager Michael headed to the building to inspect the damage. The sprinkler pipe in the ceiling had burst leaving water throughout four apartments. The electric had been turned off so a generator and lights were ordered to begin the cleanup. The standing water was extracted and the carpet was removed. Twenty-five fans were placed in the apartment to dry out the walls.
We received a call from a homeowner with a home that was built in the 1920's in Dunellen, NJ. There was a broken pipe in the ceiling basement that affected the above bedroom floor and laundry room floor. The wood floors were saved with the installation of a hardwood drying machine. The basement was dried out with 2 dehumidifiers and 4 fans. The drying was monitored over three days until completion and equipment removal.
This job came in on a Thursday evening for a home in East Brunswick, NJ. The hot water heater failed in the basement affecting the utility room, living room and closet. The vinyl tile, drywall and wood paneling all had water damage in the utility room and dried out with 6 air movers. The saturated carpet in the living room was extracted and dried in place with 1 dehumidifier and 7 air movers. The carpet under the stairs was peeled back to get a better airflow and dried with 2 air movers. The basement was dried and all equipment was removed in three days.
A school in Fords, NJ called us when they discovered an inch of standing water on the first floor of the school. Our project manager Nikko responded to the call. Upon inspection, he found a broken supply tube under the sink in one of the classrooms. The standing water was extracted and 60 air movers and 7 dehumidifiers were put in place for the drying process to begin. The drying was monitored and completed on the third day. Our crew picked up the remaining equipment and school was back in session!
This call came in from a homeowner in Iselin, NJ that had water throughout their home. The water was coming from a leaky water heater in the above unit. Our project manager Michael responded to the call to estimate the damage. The engineered wood floors, drywall, and content were all affected. The floors were removed and the below floor was dried out. The walls were dried with injectidry systems. The cleanup required a two-person crew for 12 hours, eighteen fans, 2 dehumidifiers, and 4 injectidry machines. The equipment was monitored and completed over the next three days.
Our coordinator Devin took a call from a homeowner that had a water loss from a dishwasher leak. Our project manager Jeff headed to the home in Kendall Park, NJ to evaluate the damage. The water had leaked into the kitchen and joining living room. The laminate flooring needed to be removed in the kitchen. The kitchen cabinets needed to be injectidried and living room baseboards removed. The cleanup required two technicians for four hours, five air movers, one dehumidifier and one injectidry system. It took a total of four days to complete the drying.
This home in Middlesex, NJ had a leaky meter in the closet. Our project manager Jeff responded to the call to inspect the damage. Both the carpet and padding were saturated but the customer did not want it removed. We extracted the water from the carpet and put 4 fans and 1 dehumidifier in place for drying. The total drying time took three days.
We received a call from a homeowner in Monmouth Junction, NJ. The hot water heater failed in the den affecting the carpet and wood flooring. Our project manager Nikko responded to the call to inspect the damage. His findings revealed that the hardwood floors, carpet, and pad needed to be removed. The drywall and baseboards had also suffered extensive water damage and needed to be cut and pulled out. The homes personal content were removed and then 12 air movers, 1 dehumidifier, and 1 air scrubber were put in place. The home was dried and the equipment was removed on the third day.
We received a call from an office building in New Brunswick, NJ. The upstairs office supply line broke flooding the lower office space. The carpet, ceiling, sheetrock and insulation were all affected. The carpet was pulled up and removed since it started to odorize. The wet vinyl baseboards, ceiling, and insulation were also removed. The cleanup required 2 technicians for 10 hours, 50 fans, 5 dehumidifiers and 2 injectidry machines. A subpanel was connected and a dumpster was placed outside for wet content removal.
We received a call from a homeowner in North Brunswick, NJ that had a frozen pipe burst in their home. The bust happened in the first-floor den and affected the sheetrock, baseboards, carpet, padding, structural lumber and contents. The burst occurred a week before our crew arrived onsite so the damage had worsened. The cleanup required 2 technicians for 4 hours, 1 dehumidifier and 2 air movers. The total drying time took 3 days.
We received a call from a homeowner in Old Bridge, NJ. The circulator pump in their home had leaked causing water damage to the hardwood floors, wood paneling, baseboards, and sheetrock. Our project manager, Michael, inspected the damage and brought in 19 fans, 1 injectidry, 2 hardwood floor machines, 2 E-tes, 5 dehumidifiers, and 3 revolutions for the cleanup. The equipment was picked up on the third day and the home was back to new.
We received a call on a Wednesday from the daughter of a homeowner in Parlin, NJ. Her mother was away in London and while she was watching her home the hot water heater leaked. We sent out our project manager, Michael, to inspect the damage. The leak flowed from the utility room into the hallway. The laminate floor in the hallway, closet, and part of the family room was damaged and needed removal. The wall in the utility room, bathroom, hallway and family room were wet and needed to be dried. The cleanup required 2 techs for 6 hours, 2 dehumidifiers, 3 large injectidry, 1 small injectidry and 7 fans. The drying took a total of three days and the customer was very satisfied upon completion.
We received a call from a homeowner in Piscataway, NJ. The hot water heater in their home was leaking causing water to seep into the wood floor and carpet. Our project manager, Nikko, responded to the call and headed to the home to inspect the damage. Upon arrival, he found the break to have affected the hardwood floor, carpet, pad, and drywall. The carpet needed weighted extraction to remove the water. The hardwood floors had previously been dried but the homeowner wanted to try and dry them again so we set up a hardwood drying machine. The equipment needed were 2 dehumidifiers and 2 small injectidrys. The total trying time took three days.
We received a call from a homeowner in Plainsboro, NJ that had a failed water heater in their basement. Our project manager Michele responded to the call to inspect the damage. The carpet and pad were saturated and needed to be extracted. The vinyl floors in the utility room needed to be pulled up. The baseboards were removed and 25 air movers were brought in to dry the walls. The basement was dried and all the equipment was removed on the third day.
We received a call from a homeowner in Sewaren, NJ. A frozen pipe burst in there home affecting the hall and basement. The cleanup required two technicians for three hours, eight air movers, two dehumidifiers, and one hardwood floor drying machine. No demo was needed and the home was dried on the fourth day.
A call came in from a homeowner in South Plainfield, NJ. A frozen supply line in their basement broke flooding the recreational room, laundry room, bathroom, closet, and bar area. The water damage affected the glued down carpet, sheetrock, baseboards, tile, and content. The cleanup required two technicians for seven hours, one dehumidifier, two air scrubbers, and eighteen air movers. The basement was dried and the equipment was removed on the third day.
A call came in from a homeowner in Carteret, NJ. They had a second-floor bathroom leak that seeped down into the kitchen. The bathroom ceramic tile needed to be removed along with one layer of subfloor. The area was disinfected and a dehumidifier and air scrubber were set up for drying. In the kitchen, the double-layered sheetrock was removed and a dehumidifier and air scrubber were set up. All areas were dry on the third day and the equipment was removed. The customer was very happy with our services but even happier to have the equipment out.
Rob of Highland Park, NJ noticed sewage water in the unfinished basement of his building. He wanted to make sure this was looked at as quickly as possible, as any situation dealing with sewer lines requires immediate cleanup. He found Northeast Power Dry and decided it would be the perfect fit since we are very experienced in sewer line situations.
Shortly after giving us a call, project manager Chris arrived at the building to assess the damage. Chris decided that having 2 technicians, Ryan and Cesar, complete extraction then use disinfectant and an air scrubber would be the best way to clean the area. Then, to successfully dry the area, 4 air movers and 1 dehumidifier would be set up.
Rob. L is very happy that his building is now clean and free of all sewage water. Northeast Power Dry was able to help Rob by successfully cleaning and drying the basement in his building!
Lee of Metuchen, New Jersey noticed that the humidifier in the basement of his home was leaking. He wanted to make sure it was not going to lead to a more serious problem and cause more damage. While searching on the internet, he found Northeast Power Dry and decided to give them a call.
After scheduling an appointment, Joshua Marks was sent in to evaluate the basement. Joshua decided that he would need two technicians, Julio and Jose, to complete the job. As a team, they determined that the best way to extract the water from the basement would be with 1 dehumidifier and 4 air movers.
Lee C. was very pleased that the equipment was picked up and everything was dried in just four days!
Michael of Milltown, New Jersey noticed water in the basement of his home. Upon trying to determine the cause, he realized he needed to bring in a professional. After completing some research, he decided to give Northeast Power Dry a call.
Shortly after, an appointment was set up for Joshua Marks to come and inspect the damage. Joshua determined that the water was due to a stoppage in the hose trap located in the basement. He decided to send in two technicians, Krystian and Sebastian, to steam clean the affected areas and extract the water with 1 dehumidifier, 2 air scrubbers, and 10 air movers.
Michael S. was very happy with the services Northeast Power Dry completed and has had no other issues with water damage in his home.
Martin of Monmouth Junction, New Jersey noticed water leaking onto the main floor of his home. He decided he needed professional help to determine the cause and remove the damage. After searching the web, he came across Northeast Power Dry and thought they would be a good fit.
Shortly after giving them a call, an appointment was made for Peter Filipiak to come and inspect the water damage. After determining that the cause of the water damage was a toilet leak, Peter decided to send in two technicians, Jeno and Dowon, to complete the job. They were able to successfully clean and dry all of the affected areas using air movers and dehumidifiers.
Martin P. was very pleased with the services that Northeast Power Dry completed for his home!
Andrew G. suffered from a washer hose leak in his home. Due to the leak, the walls and carpet were wet in the master bedroom, closet, and laundry room. He decided he would need to bring in professional help to remove the water from his home.
After calling Northeast Power Dry, an appointment was set for Michele Rynearson to evaluate his home. Michele determined that the affected carpet and ceiling in his home would need to be extracted. She believed that the best bet at removing all of the water would be to send in a crew to install 6 fans and 1 dehumidifier.
Andrew G. was pleased that his home was dried quickly and efficiently and has experienced no other problems with water damage since!
Tony A. of Woodbridge, New Jersey experienced a pipe break behind the cabinets located in his kitchen. After having his plumber remove the cabinets, he realized that the pipe break caused damage to his basement as well.
Shortly after giving Northeast Power Dry a call, an appointment was set for Nikko Vastola to come to evaluate the home. Nikko decided that 2 dehumidifiers, 1 revolution machine, 1 injectidry machine, and 10 air movers were needed to remove the water. After just 3 days the affected areas were completely dried.
Tony A. has been very happy and has had no other issues of water damage in his home. It is now dry and will stay that way for many years to come!
Stephen D. of Sayreville, New Jersey noticed water in the basement of the home. The water he found affected the utility room, basement, and laundry room. In these rooms, the concrete, wood paneling, carpets, and baseboard were also affected. After searching the web he found that Northeast Power Dry was able to offer a solution in order to eliminate this problem.
Shortly after giving them a call, a project manager came in to evaluate the damage. The source of loss was due to a hot water heater leak that occurred in the finished basement of the home. The Northeast Power Dry technicians decided that the best way to give Stephen D. a solution would be by using 10 air movers and 1 dehumidifier.
Stephen D. was happy to hear that after a final inspection of the affected areas, they were all dried properly. He was pleased to see that Northeast Power Dry was able to give him the solution that he looking for!
Lillian G. of South River, New Jersey experienced a sewer backup in her unfinished basement. This loss was due to a main line sewer clog from the city sewer line. She noticed that there was approximately 30 inches of sewage present in the basement. Content including the washing machine, dryer, and refrigerator were all affected. Desperate for help, Lillian G. searched the web and found that Northeast Power Dry can help her problem.
After shortly giving them a call, Northeast Power Dry arrived at her house to assess the damage. In order to dry and sanitize the affected areas, 12 air movers, 1 dehumidifier, and 1 air scrubber were needed. After Northeast Power Dry set the equipment up, they monitored the progress.
After a final inspection, Lillian G. was pleased to see that her house was dry again! She was happy with the service Northeast Power Dry was able to provide.
Ms. Frasier experienced a hot water heater leak that affected various rooms in her home while she was away on vacation. The office, utility room, and closet were all affected by the leak. The carpeting and drywall in the office were impacted by the leak as well. Matt, the project manager sent, knew the best course of action was to remove the carpet and set up 8 air movers, 1 dehumidifier, and 2 injection dryers. After the 3rd day, the home was dry, and the equipment was removed. Ms. Frasier was very pleased to have a dry home once again.
Our office coordinator Daytona took a call for mold on a lower level ceiling. Scott, one of our project managers headed to the residence to access the damage.
Ms. Fenchock noticed black mold in the ceiling and wall of her lower level family room in her home in Middlesex, NJ. After calling a plumber to locate the leak, she was referred to Northeast Power Dry for our exceptional water removal and mold mitigation services. The leak was present for quite some time, causing damage to the wall behind the sink and stove. Water ran through the wall in the upstairs kitchen, down to the family room ceiling, and down the adjacent family room wall. The drywall and wooden framework was saturated in both areas.
Our experienced techs Krystian and Mike were quick to set up 2 dehumidifiers and an air scrubber to properly dry the affected areas. They were able to use plastic and sandbags to dry only the affected areas, minimizing the impact on the homeowners. It took two techs 2 hours to set up, and took 3 days to complete the drying process and get the home ready for the construction team to finish.
Had the homeowner not contacted Northeast Power Dry as soon as she did, this could have easily turned into a much bigger and more expensive job.