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 Union, New Jersey, a homeowner experienced a drain pipe break in the bathroom wall. The broken pipe caused black mold to develop on the walls and ceiling of the basement. There was also standing water present affecting the concrete floor. When Adam, Northeast Power Dry project manager, arrived at the residence, he inspected the scope of the damage. Two technicians extracted the water, sanitized the area, and installed 2 air movers and 2 dehumidifiers to restore the property fully.