Northeast Power Dry received a call from a homeowner in Oakhurst, New Jersey, regarding a sewer line break that occurred in their unfinished basement. A few inches of standing wastewater covered the area affecting the concrete floor and the homeowner's personal belongings. When our skilled project manager, Adam, arrived at the residence, he immediately worked to restore the home. Technicians extracted the sewage, steam clean sanitized the area and installed 14 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, and 2 air scrubbers. The basement was dry within 4 days.
This home in Keansburg, NJ suffered from a sewage backup in the basement. This affected the carpeting in the finished basement as well as the drywall in the bathroom. Our crew arrived at the home immediately with disinfectant, 1 air scrubber, 1 dehumidifier, and 6 air movers to clean and dry the affected areas. They also removed the damaged drywall in the bathroom. This process took around 7 hours to complete, and the equipment was left to dry the home for 3 days.
This home in Shrewsbury, NJ experienced a sewer leak that occurred in the unfinished basement of the home. The leak affected the content and the flooring in the basement. Our crew used 1 large dehumidifier, 1 air scrubber, and 3 air movers in order to dry the affected areas. Our technicians also steam cleaned and disinfected the affected areas.
This home in Red Bank, NJ experienced a sewer backup. The backup occurred in the bathroom on the second floor and leaked downstairs to the bathroom in the kitchen. Our crew was able to successfully dry the affected areas with 6 fans and 1 dehumidifier.
A call came in from a homeowner in Deal, NJ that had a sewage backup in their basement. We sent our project manager, Nikko, to the home to inspect the damage. The sewage on the concrete floors needed to be shoveled out and the floors disinfected. The cleanup required two technicians for three hours, two dehumidifiers, and one air scrubber. The job was dry and completed on the third day.