This home in Lake Hopatcong, NJ suffered from a sewer line break that affected the drywall and carpets of the home. The homeowners noticed water that was coming from the walls. Our technicians used 1 air scrubber, 1 large dehumidifier, and 4 air movers in order to dry the affected areas.
This home in Lake Hiawatha, NJ experienced a toilet overflow in the second-floor bathroom. The overflow affected the walls and floors of the bathroom, hallway, utility room, and living room. Our technicians used 1 injectidry, 1 hardwood floor drying machine, 2 dehumidifiers, and 12 air movers in order to successfully dry the affected areas.
This home in Riverdale, NJ experienced a clogged air conditioning line. This affected the kitchen of the home along with the hardwood flooring. Our technicians removed the damaged flooring and then used 1 dehumidifier, 2 injectidry and 5 air movers in order to successfully dry the affected areas.
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A call came in from a customer that had discovered water in their basement. Our project manager Raphael responded to the call in Madison, NJ. Upon arrival, he found water damage to the drywall, stucco, wood, carpet and padding. The cleanup required two technicians for 2-3 hours, 2 dehumidifiers, 6 air movers and 1 injectidry system.
This home in Mendham, NJ suffered two water losses. The first loss occurred from a sump pump failure in the basement. The second from a leak in the roof. The loss in the basement affected the recreation and laundry room. The roof leak damaged three bedrooms, three bathrooms, four closets, hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen and foyer. The hardwood, sheetrock, insulation, baseboards, cabinets, structural lumber and content were all affected. Our crew began the cleanup with 6 dehumidifiers, 3 hardwood machines, 2 injectidry systems and 35 air movers.
We received a call from a plumber that had a customer with a boiler overflow in their basement. We sent our project manager Michele out to the home to evaluate the damage. Upon arrival, Michele discovered a saturated carpet in the basement. The utility and oil burner room both had wet walls and floors.
We received a call from a homeowner in Chatham, NJ that had water in their basement. Our project manager Nikko headed over to the home to evaluate the damage where upon arrival he found 3 inches of standing water. The water needed to be pumped out but the homeowner was unsure if they had coverage. Nikko informed the homeowner to check their policy and he would come back in the morning to begin the cleanup. The owner called us the next day to inform us that they had found their policy and were covered. Our crew began to pump the water out of the basement and a dehumidifier was installed. 2-foot cuts were removed from the walls and 6 air movers were put in place for final drying.
On a Friday afternoon, we received a call from a customer that had come home to find water in their basement. The cause of the water was a failed sump pump. The water had spread into the laundry room, bathroom, closet and utility room. The sheetrock, insulation, baseboards, vanity, tile, concrete, structural lumber and content were all affected. Due to the height of the water, saturation flood cuts were made to the walls. The area was steam cleaned, disinfected and drying equipment was installed.
This call came in from a tenet that had a ruptured heat supply line at their home in Denville, NJ. Our project manager Josh responded to the call to find the plumber at the home thawing and repairing the pipes. Josh began his inspection and found four bedrooms, three closets, living room and garage to all have water damage. The sheetrock, baseboards, carpet, padding, concrete, and structural lumber all needed to be dried. The cleanup required 3 techs for 8 hrs, 5 dehumidifiers, 1 etes, 2 injectors and 15 air movers. The tenet needed to move their content so our crew headed back the next day to complete the job.
We received a call from a homeowner in East Hanover, NJ regarding a water softener pvc pipe crack. Our project manager Nikko headed out to the home to inspect the damage. When he arrived he found the finished basement to have water damage to the floors and walls. The cleanup required 2 techs for 5 hours, 8 air movers, 1 large dehumidifier, and 1 air scrubber due to the homeowners triplets allergies. The drying was monitored and completed over three days.
A call came in on a Tuesday afternoon from a homeowner who had a frozen pipe burst in their upstairs home office. The office carpet was saturated and required extraction. Following the extraction, the carpet was peeled back in order to dry the wood floor below. In the garage, the drywall was removed from the 10-foot ceilings. The cleanup required 2 dehumidifiers, 1 E-tes, 8 fans and a hardwood drying machine. The home was dried and back to normal in 3 days.
Our coordinator Devin took a call from a new homeowner that had discovered water in the crawlspace of their home. We sent our project manager Josh out to the home to inspect the damage. Josh discovered a ruptured hot water supply line that caused flooding, steam and mold damage to the crawlspace, kitchen and dining room. The kitchen cabinets and ceramic tiling needed to be removed along with insulation, sheetrock and baseboards. The cleanup required 2 techs for 3 hours, 2 dehumidifiers and 2 scrubbers.
A customer called in from Gillette, NJ regarding a burst pipe in their basement. The pipe had affected the entire basement including the bathroom, utility closet and supply closet. The affected materials included the laminate flooring, baseboards, and drywall. The cleanup required nineteen air movers and two dehumidifiers. The total drying time took two days.
Our office coordinator Devin took a call from a homeowner in Green Village, NJ. A frozen pipe broke in the crawlspace and water was leaking into the bedroom. A plumber had been called but was unable to make it to the home until the following day. After the plumber fixed the pipe, our project manager Raphael headed to the home to evaluate the damage.
The bedroom carpet and padding were removed and the underneath wood floors were dried with a hardwood floor drying machine. The wet crawlspace insulation was removed and dried out with fans and a dehumidifier. It took a total of 4 days to complete the drying.
We received a call from a homeowner in Long Valley, NJ that had a pipe burst in their attic. Our project manager Jeff headed to the home to estimate the damage. Upon arrival, Jeff discovered the water pouring through the ceiling and continuing down three floors. We quickly got our technicians in to begin drying the water damage. The cleanup required 15 air movers, 3 dehumidifiers, one hardwood machine and one injectidry. The insulation from the attic and carpet basement were removed. The hardwood floors were able to be saved using our hardwood drying machines. The total drying process took three days.
A homeowner called us regarding a toilet bowl overflow at their home in Millington, NJ. We sent our project manager Jeff out to the home to inspect the damage. The water affected the playroom, hall, office, closet, mechanical room, and bathroom. The carpet and pad were wet in the playroom, hall, office, and closet. The baseboards and drywall were all affected. The cleanup required 2 technicians for 6 hours, 10 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, 1 injectidry. The total drying time took three days.
We received a call from a homeowner in Morristown, NJ who had a frozen pipe burst in their home. We sent our project manager Joe out to the home to inspect the damage. Upon arrival, he found the walls, ceiling, insulation, and laminate flooring in the den to all have extensive damage. The drywall and laminate floor needed to be removed. The outside wall of the garage was also affected. The cleanup required 10 air movers and took a total of 3 days to dry.
Our office coordinator Devin took a call from a homeowner in Mountain Lakes, NJ. They had a pipe break in the ceiling kitchen that affected the drywall, hardwood floors and cabinetry. Our project manager Nikko headed to the home to inspect the damage. The cleanup required 2 technicians for 5 hours, 6 air movers, 1 dehumidifier, 1 injectidry for the cabinets and 1 air scrubber for the ceiling demo. The marble countertops were covered and protected with plastic sheeting. The cleanup took a total of 3 days.
We received a call from a from a homeowner in Parsippany, NJ. They had a pipe break in the master bathroom of their home. The water ran into the bathroom, laundry room, kitchen and basement below. The drywall and baseboards in the kitchen and laundry room were all affected. The carpet, ceiling, and walls in the laundry room needed to be removed. In the kitchen, a small part of the ceiling was removed for drying. The cleanup required 2 technicians for 6 hours, 8 fans, 1 large dehumidifier and 1 revolution for the small basement area. The total drying time took three days.
We received a call from a customer that had just returned home from vacation to find a frozen pipe burst in their home. The broken pipe had hit the water supply, creating steam condensation in every room of the home. Due to the duration and mold growth, every surface was affected. Including the garage, living room, family room, dining room, kitchen, foyer, office, laundry room, 4 bedrooms, hallway-landing, closets, skylights, basement/utility, storage, 2 attics, and contents. Our project manager Josh responded to the call to inspect the damage. When he arrived the power and water in the home was shut off. A temporary power box was installed to provide the power needed to run the drying equipment. Two inches of standing water was extracted from the basement and the fallen sheetrock and insulation was removed. The drying equipment included 8 dehumidifiers, 60 fans, and 6 injection machines.
We received a call from a homeowner in Succasunna, NJ that had a frozen pipe burst. Our project manager Michael responded to the call to inspect the damage. Upon inspection, Michael discovered the broken pipe in the wall behind the bathtub. The water was leaking into the laundry room, kitchen, and basement. The carpet in the basement was saturated and needed extraction. The baseboards and sheetrock in the laundry room and kitchen were removed. The basement content was moved in order to allow air flow. Two dehumidifiers, one revolution, eight fans and one air scrubber was put in the home to finish the drying process. The home was dry and the equiptment was removed on the third day.
We received a call from a homeowner in Boonton, NJ that had a frozen pipe burst in their home. Our project manager, Michael, responded to the call to inspect the damage. Upon inspection, he found water in the living room, dining room, bathroom, and basement. The sheetrock needed to be removed from the living room ceiling. The cleanup required two techs for six hours, three dehumidifiers, one hardwood floor machine, one small injectidry machine, and seventeen air movers. The home was dried and the equipment was picked up on the fifth day.
The night after Christmas we received a call from a homeowner in Chester, NJ. The home had a backup in their water softener causing it to discharge into the sewer line. We sent our project manager, Chris, to the home to inspect the damage. Upon inspection, Chris determined that the three rooms in the basement would need the carpet removed. After the removal, eight fans and one dehumidifier were placed in the basement for three days.
A call came in from a property owner in Dover, NJ that had a sewer backup in the basement. We sent our project manager Nikko to the home to inspect the damage. Upon inspection, Nikko determined that the cleanup would require the floors to be steam cleaned, disinfected and dried with four air movers, one dehumidifier, and one air scrubber. The basement was completely dried in three days. The customer was very pleased with our services.
Ken noticed that the ceiling and hardwood floor in his kitchen were wet. After realizing that the shower was leaking in his upstairs bathroom, he wanted to make sure it was not going to lead to a more serious problem. After looking on the internet, he found Northeast Power Dry and thought they would make a good fit.
After contacting them, an appointment was set for Nikko Vastola to evaluate the affected areas. Nikko decided it would be best to send in two technicians to clean up the damage. After disinfecting the bathroom and the kitchen, they felt the best plan of action would be to set up 1 small revolution machine, 3 large dehumidifiers, 10 air movers, and 1 hardwood machine to extract the water. The technicians were very successful in their plan of action.
Ken H. was very pleased and has had no further issues or damages in the bathroom and kitchen of his home!
John realized that there was water leaking from his roof. After inspecting the leak, he noticed that mold seemed to be growing on the wall over the doorway on the first floor of his home. He also suspected that there might be mold beginning to grow in his basement as well. After hearing about Northeast Power Dry, he decided it was time to give them a call.
After scheduling an appointment, Peter Filipiak was sent in to evaluate the water damage and inspect the mold. Peter decided it would be best to send in two technicians to dry the affected areas with 1 dehumidifier and 1 air scrubber. After containing the area where mold was found, the technicians then successfully completed the mold remediation.
John R. was very happy that Northeast Power Dry was updating him on each and every step they were making along the way. The mold was removed and all of the affected areas were completed dried.
Anette noticed that there was water damage to the carpet and ceiling of her home. She wanted to make sure it was not going to lead to a more serious issue. After doing some research online, she came across Northeast Power Dry and decided to give them a call.
Joshua Marks, a project manager, came to evaluate the water damage in her home. Joshua determined that the water loss was due to a broken pipe in the plumbing system. He decided it was best to send in two technicians to get the job done. The technicians installed 1 dehumidifier, 1 injectidry machine, and 5 air movers to dry the affected areas.
After three days all of the equipment was picked up and her home was completely dried. Anette M. was very happy about the work Northeast Power Dry had done for her home!
Natalia experienced a water leak that went through the ceiling into the bathroom of her home. She had noticed what seemed to be black mold growing in the areas in which the leak had affected. After determining she needed professional help, she decided to give Northeast Power Dry a call.
Shortly after giving them a call, an appointment was set for Raphael Rodrigues to inspect the mold. Upon inspection, Raphael determined needed to treat the damage as a water job with partial mold protocol. He sent in two technicians, Andrew and Waldo, to clean and dry the affected areas with 1 dehumidifier, 2 air movers, and 1 air scrubber.
After the water and mold were removed, Natalia was able to come home to a clean and dry house!
Marilyn of Mount Arlington, New Jersey noticed the faucet in her home leaking about a month ago. The leak had begun to saturate the carpet in her bedroom. She was nervous about mold growing since that leak had been ongoing. After looking online, she came across Northeast Power Dry and thought they would be a good fit.
After giving them a call, Ryan Sapp was sent in to inspect her home for mold. Although there was no moisture, Ryan discovered mold. He determined that the best way to get rid of the mold would be with 1 dehumidifier and 1 air scrubber.
Marilyn D. was very pleased that her home was now moisture and mold free and will stay that way for many years to come!
Lisa T. had noticed water entering the basement of her home for about a week. She decided that it was time to bring in professional help to get rid of the water. After doing some research, she thought that Northeast Power Dry would be a great fit.
Nikko Vastola came to evaluate the basement. After he determined the water was coming from the bathroom located in the basement, he sent in two technicians, John and Waldo. They thought it would be best to install 2 dehumidifiers, 5 air movers, and 1 large injectidry machine to extract the water.
Lisa T. was very pleased with Northeast Power Dry's services and has no other water damage in her basement since!
Jim H. of Pine Brook, New Jersey noticed that the dishwasher is his kitchen was leaking, causing damage to the floor. He wanted to make sure it was not going to lead to a more serious problem. After searching the web, he found Northeast Power Dry and decided it was time to give them a call.
Shortly after calling, an appointment was made for Chris Kiesel to evaluate the damage in the kitchen. Chris decided that the best bet at extracting all the water would be to send in two technicians, John and Duwonn. The two were able to successfully dry all of the affected areas with air movers and dehumidifiers.
Jim H. was very happy with the work that had been done in his kitchen. The kitchen is now dry and will stay that way for many years to follow!
Dianne F. of Towaco, New Jersey noticed that there was sewer water in her finished basement, causing the drywall and flooring to be wet. After researching the best solution online, she decided to give Northeast Power Dry a call.
Shortly after calling them, an appointment was set for a project manager to come to evaluate her home. The project manager decided the best bet to extract the water would be to, first, remove the carpet and baseboards and steam clean and disinfect the tile floors. Once that was finished, he then decided to install air movers and dehumidifiers to remove the rest of the water.
Dianne's basement was cleaned and dried in just 4 days and she was very pleased with the services Northeast Power Dry completed in her home.
Eric H. of Wharton, New Jersey noticed that his hot water heater was leaking, causing damage in the finished basement of his home. After shutting the water off, he came across Northeast Power Dry and thought they would make a good fit.
Shortly after giving them a call, an appointment was made for a project manager to evaluate the basement. The project manager determined that there needed to be minor drywall removal in the affected areas. He also concluded that the best bet at getting rid of all of the water would be with 8 air movers and 1 dehumidifier.
After just 3 days Eric's basement was completely dry and will remain dry for many years to come!
Sandy G. of Whippany, New Jersey experienced a dishwasher leak in her home. After realizing that there was water damage in the basement and kitchen, she decided she needed professional help.
After giving Northeast Power Dry a call, an appointment was made for Michele Rynearson to evaluate her home. Michele sent two technicians, Julio and Eric, to install 2 air movers, 2 injectidry machines, and 2 dehumidifiers to dry the affected areas.
Sandy G. was happy to come home to a dry house and was very pleased with the services that Northeast Power Dry completed in her home!
Ruth L. of Rockaway, New Jersey noticed water in the basement of her home. The water damaged the carpets, floors, and drywall of the basement. After searching the web, she found that Northeast Power Dry could offer her a solution in order to eliminate this problem.
Soon after giving them a call, Christopher Kiesel arrived at her home to evaluate the damage. He found that the water damage was due to a hot water heater leak that traveled throughout the basement. He decided the best way to get Ruth’s home dry again would be with 2 air movers, 1 injectidry, and 1 dehumidifier.
After the equipment was set up to start the drying process, Ruth L. was happy to see that her home was dry again in just 3 short days! She was pleased with the service that Northeast Power Dry was able to provide!