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Water damage cleanup is a difficult and very risky process. . Water penetrates into structural cavities creating trapped pockets of saturation.
Heavy ceiling plaster can become loose, sharp bacterial nails may be exposed, foreign debris and electrical threats might also be present. Water Damage NJ are experts at discarding these types of detritus. Due to freestanding water, hazardous fungus and raw sewage can also seriously harm individuals who are in the vicinity of the damaged area. Water damage cleanup is a process that is followed by thorough water extraction— by advanced industrial equipment, and sufficient repairs and sanitation efforts. Don't put yourself at risk. Contact Water Damage NJ.
More than just removing excess water, Water Dame NJ an IICRC-certified professional restorers have the knowledge and equipment to further dry a home or facility (including substructure materials) completely back to pre-loss conditions. Through timely response and the careful monitoring of water damage, mold and other health issues can be prevented.
24/7 Emergency hotline for water removal in NJ: (732) 666-8934
- 24/7 emergency services including 24/7 water damage cleanup.
- Fast onsite arrival within 60 minutes.
- Proper handling, disposal and recycling of all damaged materials and debris
- Green-friendly decontamination and deodorizing of affected space.
- Evaluations of other water damages which may require, repair, water extraction, sanitation and dehumidification procedures to reestablish pre-loss conditions.
Tips on Cleaning up after a flood
- Use caution when entering your property. Make sure electrical power is off and the structure is sound before entering and inspecting a flooded building. Small animals or reptiles may also seek shelter inside a structure, so be cautious when repositioning contents or removing materials.
- Protect yourself. Wear an organic vapor respirator, available from paint or building supply stores, along with rubber gloves, eye protection and protective clothing. Ventilate affected areas by opening windows, and eventually, by placing a fan in a window. Work toward the fan as you clean to minimize cross contamination.
- Know what items to throw away. Porous items that absorb contaminated flood water shouldn't be restored. Drywall, carpet and pad, mattresses, pillows, box springs and particle board normally should be discarded if wet.
- Wet clothing and many household fabrics may be salvageable. Machine washing, including at least a 10-minute soak in detergent and hot water, should remove most contamination and stains.
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