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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 Union, 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 Union, NJ and the nearby areas.
This was a large job that came in on the 2nd-floor of a residential building. The baseboard heating leaked affecting the entire first floor. Our project manager Nikko determined that the cleanup would need 8 technicians for 10 hours and 4 technicians 18-20 hours. The machines used were 85 air movers, 5 large dehumidifiers, 1 small revolution for the crawlspace, 5 hardwood machines, 3 large injectidry systems, 3 small injectidry systems and 2 air scrubbers for ceiling demo and exterior wall cuts. A dumpster and pod were setup outside the home to allow a complete removal of everything in the space. The job cleanup took a total of 9 days. The customer was very happy with the final completion of the project.
On a rainy Saturday morning, we received a call from a customer that woke up to a saturated basement. Our project manager Chris headed out to the home and found a sump pump backup. The carpet, pad, baseboards and drywall were all affected. The cleanup required two technicians for approximately four to six hours with twenty-five air movers and two dehumidifiers. The cleanup took a total of three days.
On a Tuesday afternoon, we received a call from a homeowner that had a broken drainpipe. Our project manager Raphael headed out to the home to evaluate the damage. The kitchen, bathroom and basement all suffered water damage and were beginning to show signs of black mold. We quickly began the cleanup with a setup by 2 techs for 3 hours, 3 dehumidifiers, 1 air scrubber and 3 airmovers.
We received a call from a customer in Elizabeth, NJ that had a sewer backup in their basement. Our project manager Chris drove out to the home to inspect the damage. Upon arrival, he found six rooms in the basement to have sewage damage. The concrete, closet wood and stairway carpet were all affected. The cleanup required 30 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, and 2 air scrubbers. The sewage was shoveled out and the floors were steam cleaned.
We received a call from a homeowner that had a pipe burst in their upstairs bathroom in Fanwood, NJ. Our project manager Michele headed out to the home to inspect the damage. Upon arrival, she found the pipe burst behind the toilet. The water had receded down the walls into the kitchen affecting the walls, floor, and cabinetry. The water continued to leak into the right side of the basement damaging the floors. The cleanup required one crew for six hours, 14 air movers and 3 dehumidifiers. The cleanup took a total of 3 days.
A call came in from a homeowner that's water meter leaked into their finished basement. The vinyl flooring, drywall and underfloor all had water damage. Our crews headed to the house with 2 techs, 4 fans, and 1 dehumidifier to begin the cleanup. The area was disinfected and a 16x10 section of the vinyl floor was removed. The cleanup took a total of three days till the house was back to new.
A customer called in from Hillside, NJ with a water pipe burst in their basement. When our project manager, Michele, arrived at the home, she found 2 inches of standing water in the finished basement. The water was drained out and Michele evaluated the damage. Mold was found throughout every room and a dehumidifier was put in place to reduce additional growth. The laundry room content was removed and the water damaged walls were cut. In the bedroom, the wet sheetrock walls were cut along the bottom. The bathroom vanity was removed as well as the wet sheetrock found behind it. The contents of the basement were put in a storage container to complete the drying.
We received a call on a Tuesday morning for a pipe burst in Linden, NJ. We sent our project manager Jeff out to inspect the damage. The water caused the ceilings to collapse requiring floor to ceiling removal of drywall and insulation. The cleanup required two crews for eight hours, ten air movers and one dehumidifier.
We received a call from a homeowner in Mountainside, NJ. Their home had a frozen condensation line in the attic that caused the pan to overflow. The water spilled into the attic, hallway, closet, den and rec room. In the attic, the plywood and sheetrock were affected. The first floor had damage to the sheetrock, baseboards, and hardwood floors. In the basement, the sheetrock, baseboards, carpet, and pad were all affected. The cleanup equipment needed were 3 dehumidifiers, 1 E-tes, 1 air scrubber and 9 air movers. The total drying time took three days. The customer was very happy with the completed work.
We received a call from a homeowner in Plainfield, NJ. They had recently had their water meter replaced and it was installed incorrectly causing it to leak. We sent our project manager out to inspect the damage. The laminate flooring began to buckle and needed to be pulled up. The baseboards were removed from the office and equipment was set up to dry out the walls. Eight air movers and one dehumidifier were used to dry out the affected area. The home was dried and the equipment was removed on the second day.
We received a call from a homeowner in Rahway, NJ that had a toilet overflow. Our project manager, Nikko, responded to the call and headed to the home to inspect the damage. The hardwood floors in the bedroom needed to be removed as well as the baseboards. The basement floor required pressure steam cleaning and disinfecting. A small section of brand new hardwood flooring in the dining room was dried using a hardwood drying machine. We brought in our crew of 2 technicians for 8 hours. 16 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers 2 air scrubbers, 1 injcetidry machine were used. Everything dried nicely and the equipment was removed on the third day.
We received a call from a customer that had a gutted house in Scotch Plains, NJ. The home had been sitting for three weeks after another restoration company failed to complete the work. Our project manager, Nikko, headed to the property to inspect the damage. The carpet, pad, plaster, and insulation had already been removed. Since the home did not have any power, Nikko set up a generator and heat trailer to begin the work. The basement had standing water in it that was pumped out and steam cleaned. The ceramic tiles, baseboards, plaster and additional installation was removed and thrown in the on-site dumpster. The cleanup required 2 crews for 14 hours, 49 air movers, 5 dehumidifiers and 4 air scrubbers. It took three days for the home to dry and our work to be completed.
We received a call from a homeowner in Summit, NJ that had a frozen pipe burst in their finished basement bathroom. The tile floors, walls, and carpet were all affected. The sheetrock and cabinet needed to be removed in the bathroom. The carpet pad was removed but the carpet was dried in place. We sent out a team of two technicians for 5 hours with seven fans, two dehumidifiers, and one air scrubber to complete the drying. Everything was dry on the third day and all equipment has been removed. The customer was very happy with our services. When commenting on how nice and professional we were, she stated, "I wish you guys ran the country".
We received a call from a homeowner in Union, NJ that had a dishwasher leak in their kitchen. The leak began on a Friday morning and the water was not turned off until Friday night. The water had traveled into the basement of the home affecting the ceiling and linoleum floor. The kitchen cabinet next to the leak had damage on the sides and visible mold growth. The cleanup required two dehumidifiers, nine air movers, and two air scrubbers.
We received a call from a homeowner in Westfield, NJ that had a toilet overflow in their bathroom. Our project manager, Nikko, headed to the home to inspect the damage. Upon arrival, he found the toilet had flooded the entire basement saturating the drywall, insulation, baseboards, vinyl tiles and carpet. We sent a crew of three technicians to the home to begin the drying setup. The equipment used was one dehumidifier, one air scrubber, and fourteen air movers.
We received a call from a homeowner in Berkeley Heights, NJ that had a failed sump pump in their home. Our project manager, Michael, responded to the call to inspect the damage. Upon inspection, he found the failed sump pump to have affected half the basement. The laminate flooring needed to be removed as well as the drywall and insulation. The baseboards came out and the floors were disinfected. The cleanup required two technicians for eight hours, thirteen fans, one dehumidifier and one air scrubber.
Danielle of Clark, New Jersey noticed that her shower head was starting to leak. This leak eventually spread through her home's walls and ultimately leaked into the basement. After searching the web she found Northeast Power Dry and decided they would be able to help.
After giving them a call, Danielle was able to set up an appointment with Michele Rynearson to assess the damage and figure out the next steps. Michele decided that having our tehcnicians set up 4-5 fans and 2 dehumidifiers would successfully dry and sanitize the area.
Danielle W. was relieved and happy to see that Northeast Power Dry was able to solve her appliance leak crisis!
Harvey noticed that the toilet in his bathroom was overflowing through the lower area of his property. The bathroom, kitchen, and hallway were affected due to the water damage. After trying to dry the areas with fans of his own, he realized he needed to bring in a professional to get the job done.
After setting up an appointment with Northeast Power Dry, Nikko Vastola was sent in to evaluate the affected areas. Since the carpet and drywall were affected, Nikko had two technicians steam clean and disinfect the areas. He then decided that using 23 air movers, 2 air scrubbers, and 2 large dehumidifiers would be the best bet to get rid of the water.
After just three days, Northeast power dry removed all of the equipment. All of the areas were successfully cleaned and dried and Harvey F. was very happy with the work done!
Tammy P. of Vauxhall, New Jersey suffered from a hot water leak in her home. She noticed that the water damage had affected the flooring in multiple rooms of her home. After determining she could not dry the affected areas on her own, she gave Northeast Power Dry a call.
An appointment was made for Christopher Giacchino to come and evaluate the damage. Chris sent in two technicians, Duwoon and Liam, to remove a small area of the laminate flooring and padding and install the equipment. Duwoon and Liam were able to successfully dry the basement with 1 injectidry, 1 dehumidifier, and 5 fans.
Tammy P. was very happy to have a dry home and has had no other issues with water damage since!
Christina S. of Roselle Park, NJ experienced flooding in her basement. Water was coming in through the walls of the home. This caused water damage to the carpet, carpet padding, walls, siding, and molding in the basement. Christina wanted to get this dried immediately to prevent any further damage.
Christina called Northeast Power Dry and set up a meeting for them to inspect her home. A project manager arrived immediately to assess the situation. The project manager determined that the affected flooring would have to be steam cleaned and disinfected. Then, 4 air movers and 1 large dehumidifier would need to be set up to dry the area. A technician arrived at Christina's home the next day to complete the cleaning and set up the equipment.
The home was completely dry after 3 days! Northeast Power Dry was happy they could help Christina in this stressful situation.
Mrs. Mehta called in with a water emergency, he noticed wall on his living room which resulted from a pipe bursting behind Mrs. Mehta's wall, dripping down from the living room on to the unfinished basement. She tried to resolve the issue herself however when she figured she could not do it, she immediately sought professional help. She called NE Power Dry having been recommended by a plumber on site, she spoke a very helpful coordinator and scheduled a Project Manager to go and inspect right away. Upon arrival, our PM discovered visible damage to sheetrock in the living room. Also, slow active leak observed coming from the bottom of the wall onto hardwood flooring. Further inspection found hot water dripping into the basement. Elevated moisture readings discovered outside of the visibly affected area. The customer decided to schedule a crew for the next day since major things had to have work done at her home this included drywall removal in order to remove saturated insulation from exterior wall cavity. Hardwood flooring is affected making it necessary to install 1 hardwood machine to properly dry the structure. 3-day monitoring was done at this address which should be enough to complete the drying process. Everything went smoothly in a timely manner and monitored on a daily basis, assuring all equipment was working properly and all affected materials were properly drying. Equipment set up by our crew was 1 Inter Air Drying System, 1 Centrifugal Air Mover, 1 Axial Air Mover, and 2 Low Grain Refrigerants. On the 3-day equipment was picked up and the customer was more than satisfied with the work performed.
Mr. Gerard, Balmir called NE Power Dry due to a busted pipe in the bathroom on the second floor affecting the tiles and hardwood floor, the bottom wall was saturated he did not know when it first happened, he arrived home after vacations and found his bathroom saturated with water. His local plumber highly recommended him to call NE Power Dry. A Project Manager was promptly sent out to asses the damage and what needed to be done, after he was done with the inspection he sat down with Mr. Balmir explaining his findings and what the next plan of action would be. After agreeing to the PMs request it was determined for a crew to be sent out, setting up equipment for 3-day monitoring, we needed 2 techs and 2 hours for the setup. 7 air mover 1 du were used. The crew removed paneling 2 ft flood cut along the garage wall and removed laminate flooring. Close up monitoring was done at this address on a daily basis, on the 3-day after everything was properly dried up we picked up the equipment and customer was highly satisfied.
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.
Northeast Power Dry received a call from Warren, New Jersey, where a homeowner was suffering from a pipe burst in their finished basement. 11 rooms in the basement were affected, and standing water was present. The sheetrock, paneling, wallpaper, tile floor, glue-down carpeting, vinyl cover, baseboard, and concrete floor were all damaged due to the water. When our project manager arrived at the residence, a plumber was on site and referred Northeast Power Dry to the homeowner.
The senior man was troubled by this occurrence in his home and believed that he would be responsible for paying for the costs of drying this incident. However, when Adam, our project manager, contacted the homeowner's insurance company, the insurance provider, admitted coverage of the flooding over the phone due to our project manager's professionalism and ability to communicate.
Two technicians then began pumping the water out of the basement. Drying materials were set up which included 50 air movers, 4 dehumidifiers, 6 injetedry systems, and 2 air scrubbers.
Unfortunately, the customer suffered from a second backup due to the gravity drainage system and contracting within the home at approximately 1 am. When this incident occurred for a second time, Northeast Power Dry arrived once again to resolve the situation, cleaning up and drying the area. Around 1:15 am, technicians pumped the water out of the basement and stabilized the situation. They then returned to the home early the next morning to reinstall the drying setup.
The drying process took a total of 3 days to complete. Since Northeast Power Dry was contacted during this incident, the homeowner did not have to cover costs out of his pocket, as he originally intended to. Additionally, the water would not have been successfully removed and dried twice from the man's finished basement area.
An elederly woman experienced a hot water heater failure at her home in Westfield, New Jersey. The failure affected the concrete floors, drywall, framing, and vinyl tiles in the basements 3 different rooms. Matthew, one of our project managers went to the residence and examined the situation.
The woman was worried that she would be responsible for covering the costs of the damage, as the insurance policy was unavailable. Matthew took it upon himself to reach out to the homeowner's insurance company and file a claim. A subsidary of the insurance company was uncovered as the suitable reference. The team begain the drying process.
2 air movers, 2 dehumidifiers, and 1 air scrubber was used to dry and cleanup the area taking a total of 4 days. After drying was completed, Matthew then returned to the home to assit and help the woman with filing a claim.
Northeast Power Dry was able to bring a sense of relief and comfort to the homeowner.
Ana received a job from a customer in Union, NJ who experienced extensive damage from a sink leak. After the plumber was able to correct the leak, Scott one of our project managers, put together a plan of action that Ms. Harvey, the homeowner was happy with. Because the leak had soaked through drywall to the studs, to the ceiling of the basement, and behind tile, it took much longer than expected to thoroughly dry the affected area. Our knowledgeable techs Krystian and Justin used one dehumidifier and one air scrubber initially. Our equipment was in place 22 days to dry the affected areas properly. After the area the loss occurred was completely dry, tests confirmed mold had formed in the lower level of the house. An appointment was set for our experienced mold mitigation techs Bryan and Kilo, to begin removing mold spores from the home and prevent recontamination. First, the surfaces of the affected spaces are cleaned with a HEPA vacuum. After vacuuming is completed, all surfaces are coated with a serum and wet washed to prevent future mold growth. Finally, the affected rooms are walled in and taped with plastic tarps and painters tape. This makes sure that the air isn’t allowed to circulate throughout the dwelling and is contained in the affected area. Two dehumidifiers and three airscrubbers were needed on site for 8 days to complete the clean up process before reconstruction. Ms. Harvey was fully aware that this project could take quite awhile to complete, and she was pleased with the end result