Recently completed jobs by NJ Water & Mold

Following jobs are completed by NJ Water & Mold. We do not publish customer's contact information to protect their privacy. If you have any questions regarding any of the jobs or need reference, please call us.

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Jordan R.
River Vale, NJ
April 8, 2020

We started off by tearing out all the affected baseboards, drywall, and insulation. We set up air scrubbers and dehumidifiers to clean the surrounding air from any dust particles, and remove any excess moisture within the walls. We cleaned the walls and applied antimicrobial solution to all affected areas. All was sanitized and properly dried before leaving.

Grace L.
Fort Lee, NJ
March 31, 2020

The first step was to move the furniture to one side of the room and protect it with plastic covering. The team then cleared any remaining water caused by the ruptured water heater and took moisture readings to find all the areas that had been affected. After, the affected baseboards were removed and holes were drilled into the wall for wall cavity drying. The team additionally set up air fans and dehumidifiers to assist in drying out the space. The baseboards were then vacuumed and the floors were cleaned, and antimicrobial solution was applied to all affected areas. The team ensured all was properly dried before leaving.

Panayiotis Z.
Union City, NJ
March 30, 2020

Before starting the demolition process, we checked for asbestos and had plumbers and electricians check the plumbing/electrical to ensure a safe construction environment. We wanted to set up air scrubbers and HEPA filters first to start filtering the smokey air. Within the kitchen, we removed all the cabinetry and shelving, sink, exhaust fan, light fixtures, and tiling on the floor and walls. We demoed all wet drywall/plaster, and cleaned all surfaces thoroughly. We set up dehumidifiers to dry out any moisture that was present, and sealed the wall stud with antimicrobial coating for deodorization. In the bathroom, we also removed the vanity, sink, cabinets, tiling, bathtub, and toilet. We tore out the damaged drywall and plaster, thoroughly vacuumed and cleaned, and sealed the wall studs for odor control. Within the hallways, living room, bedrooms, and basement, we removed the suspended ceiling grid and tiles, vacuumed and cleaned. We set up dehumidifiers and air scrubbers to remove any moisture and filter the air throughout the home. Before leaving, we made sure everything was dried and clean.

Scot B.
Ridgefield, NJ
March 27, 2020

After assessment, we moved out any contents of the basement and protected furniture with plastic covering. We extracted water from the carpeting and set up dehumidifiers, air scrubbers, and fans to start the drying process. After, we tore out any affected baseboards and non salvageable carpeting. Once all was properly dried, we cleaned the floors and applied antimicrobial solution.. Before leaving, we moved all contents back into the garage and made sure all has been properly cleaned.

Ron B.
Ringwood, NJ
March 26, 2020

We started out by removing any non salvageable vinyl and toe kicks. We removed the washer and dryer to gain access of the area behind, and found traces of mold. We first HEPA vacuumed both areas, and treated for mold. After, we applied antimicrobial solution to prevent any future mold growth, and installed fans to dry out any excess moisture. We also found that the water heater leaked into the crawlspace below. We had the crawlspace cleaned, and additionally installed fans and dehumidifiers to dry out the space. All areas were properly cleaned and dried before leaving.

Milena C.
North Bergan, NJ
March 21, 2020

After assessing the damage, we brought in HEPA filters and air scrubbers to clear the smoke filled air. We HEPA vacuumed the stairway, hallway, and the balcony to get rid of all the soot. We then heavily cleaned all affected floors, walls, and ceilings. We discarded all non salvageable material, and made sure the house was safe and clean to live in.

Jose F.
Newark, NJ
March 16, 2020

Our first step was to install air scrubbers and dehumidifiers throughout the house to start filtering the air from any smoke and moisture. We started the mitigation process on the 3rd floor, since it suffered the most damage. We first sprayed odor counteractant to help remove some of the smell of smoke. Then, we tore out all damaged carpeting, drywall, insulation, plaster, wood laths, and vinyl. All wall studs were HEPA vacuumed and heavily cleaned. The wall studs were then sealed for odor control and antimicrobial solution was sprayed on the walls and ceilings. After tackling the 3rd floor, we cleaned and HEPA vacuumed the other two floors. After all was completed, we deodorized the entire home with ozone 7 hydroxyl treatment.

Jessica K.
Ridgewood, NJ
March 7, 2020

Before starting work, we contained the bathroom to avoid any dust and debris from getting all over. An air scrubber was installed to filter the air as we cut through portions of the drywall. After, we cleaned the floors and walls, and spared the affected area with antimicrobial solution to prevent any future bacterial growth.

Louisa C.
Paramus, NJ
March 5, 2020

After assessing what needed to be done, we put tarps over the furniture and we went straight to work. After tearing out all the damaged drywall, insulation, and carpeting, we set up dehumidifiers and fans to dry out all the wall cavities and affected areas. Once dried, we reinstalled the insulation, drywall, and carpeting, and ensured all was cleaned.

Joseph S.
Rutherford, NJ
March 4, 2020

After receiving the call, our team was sent out to the rescue! We took moisture readings all around the basement where the washer was located, and went straight to work. We worked on extracting water from the carpet, and then lifted it for drying. Fans were set up throughout the basement to expedite the drying process. We sprayed an antimicrobial solution to prevent any mold growth, and thoroughly cleaned the space before leaving.

Melinda P.
Hawthorne, NJ
March 4, 2020

Before setting out for the job, we gathered our PPE equipment to properly protect ourselves while dealing with the sewer issue. Our first step was to was to protect all the furniture and flooring using tarps and plastic covering. In the basement laundry room, we removed a portion of the ceiling that was wet and set up fans to allow for better drying. We then heavily cleaned the floors and applied antimicrobial solution. Our next step was to demo the bedroom wall that was connected to the 1st floor bathroom in order to access the pipe broken pipe. This included baseboard removal and wet plaster/wood lath removal. We installed fans and dehumidifiers to expedite the drying process. After, we heavily clean the floors, walls/ wall studs and applied antimicrobial solution before leaving.

Andrew J.
Ridgefield, NJ
March 2, 2020

After receiving the call, the team packed all the necessary equipment and set out to work. Any furniture that was in the basement was placed on blocks to avoid water damage, and smaller contents were moved to the garage. Next, the team worked on vacuuming the water, and set up air movers and dehumidifiers to start the drying process. The floor was then cleaned and antimicrobial solution was applied. Before leaving, the team made sure the basement was properly cleaned and dried.

Anthony G.
Palisades Park, NJ
February 29, 2020

When arriving to the client's home, we first installed several air scrubbers to filter the air form the moldy toxins. We then tore out all mold affected areas such as the drywall and insulation, and had them properly discarded. We thoroughly cleaned all the wall studs and applied antimicrobial agent to walls, ceilings, and floors. We fogged all areas with mold control and ensure all was safe for living.

Chris R.
Highlands, NJ
February 21, 2020

We first started by containing the areas that showed mold (den & bathroom). We we tore out the shower tiling and drywall in both areas, and had the mold affected pieces properly discarded. We set up air scrubbers to filter the air and HEPA vacuumed all affected areas. Antimicrobial solution was applied to prevent any future bacteria growth, and all was fogged with Mold Control.

Howard F.
Ridgefield, NJ
February 21, 2020

We first moved out all contents and appliances. We then installed dehumidifiers, air movers, and air scrubbers to dry out any water/ moisture in the laundry room. We then tore out the wet drywall, baseboards, and insulation. We HEPA vacuumed the area, heavily cleaned the floor and wall studs, and sprayed with antimicrobial solution. We ensured all was clean and dry before leaving.

Denise W.
Belle Mead, NJ
February 18, 2020

We started by moving the contents from the garage, protect the floor, and seal the door to the house. We then tore out the affected ceiling in the garage, and had it properly discarded. We installed air scrubbers to filter the air, and cleaned/HEPA vacuumed all affected areas. We sprayed the ceiling with antimicrobial solution and fogged with mold control. We put all back into place before leaving.

Hamid N.
Clifton, NJ
February 17, 2020

Seeing that this was a big job, we gathered the entire team to assist in the mitigation process. We first removed/ discarded all items from the home, including all appliances, cabinetry, and fixtures. On both floors, we discarded of all damaged baseboards, drywall, insulation, and non salvageable flooring. Tile within the kitchen and bathrooms were also removed. Throughout the home, we installed air scrubbers, dehumidifiers, and heat drying air movers that were kept running during the remediation process to thoroughly dry the home. All areas of the home were HEPA vacuumed cleaned and sprayed with antimicrobial solution. Upon the water mitigation process, we discovered that the home not only suffered water damage, but also had mold and asbestos. After properly testing and confirming the home was infected with mold and asbestos, the team took proper precautions while treating. The areas where it was present were properly contained, and all items that had mold and asbestos were disposed of as hazardous waste. Air scrubbers were installed to filter the air from any harmful substances and all was HEPA vacuumed. All areas where mold was present were fogged with mold control, and the floors were sealed with antimicrobial sealant for asbestos remediation. Lastly, the house underwent a heavy duty cleaning before leaving. The NJ Water and Mold ensured all was properly dried, cleaned, and safe for living.

Doug L.
Rutherford, NJ
February 12, 2020

Once we assessed what needed to be done, we started by moving out all the shelving and pantry items from the room. We then tore out any wet drywall and insulation and set up air fans to dry out the ceiling cavities. We HEPA vacuumed the affected area and applied antimicrobial solution. We reinstalled insulation and drywall and ensure all was repaired and ready for use.

Diego R.
Irvington, NJ
February 12, 2020

We first started off by installing multiple fans, dehumidifiers, and air scrubbers on each floor to filter out the smokey air, and start the drying process. Most rooms required extensive cleanup and repairs. Depending on the room, we removed any recess lighting, cabinetry, sinks, toilets, and appliances. We removed any damaged tile/backsplash within the bathrooms and kitchen, and tore out the damaged carpeting and non salvageable wood flooring. We also disposed of all wet/damaged baseboards, drywall, and insulation, as well as removing any debris outside of the house. We HEPA vacuumed all affected areas, and heavily cleaned the floors and walls. We then applied antimicrobial solution to all areas that had water damage, to prevent any mold growth. Lastly, we deodorized the entire home with ozone & hydroxyl treatment. Before leaving, we made sure all was cleaned, deodorized, and safe for the customer.

Poorna M.
Mahwah, NJ
February 4, 2020

We started off by installing several dehumidifiers, fans, and air scrubbers to start the drying process. We tore out damaged baseboards, wet drywall, non salvageable carpeting, and damaged ceiling tiles from the basement. In the kitchen we tore out affected trim/baseboards and kick plates, and drilled holes for wall cavity drying. We then applied antimicrobial solution to the affected areas in the kitchen and family room to prevent any mold growth. Before leaving, we cleaned the floors and ensured all was properly dried.

Tina M.
Cresskill, NJ
January 29, 2020

After we received the call from the customer, we packed up our waterproof gear and headed straight to work. The first step was to extract all the water that had flooded the basement, using a 2 inch submersible pump with hose. After all water was extracted, we moved out all the contents from the basement, and set up air scrubbers to start filtering the air. The next step was to remove the damaged drywall and insulation to access the wall frames. We set up air movers and dehumidifiers to dry out the wall frames and the rest of the basement. While everything was drying, we cleaned the floors and applied antimicrobial solution in order to prevent any bacterial growth. We made sure everything was clean and dry before leaving.

Sharon M.
Fair Lawn, NJ
January 27, 2020

We first started by moving all the furniture out of the way and protecting with a plastic covering. We extracted water from the carpeting and then lifted the carpet to allow it to dry. We placed fans and dehumidifiers around the room as well as the crawlspace underneath to dry out all the water form the leak. We made sure to clean all the floors and applied antimicrobial solution to prevent any mold from growing. All was cleaned and dried before leaving.

Bank of America
Union City, NJ
January 25, 2020

We started off by moving any contents that were in the basement. After all was moved out of the way, we worked on extracting the 3 inches of water that had gathered from the broken water heater. While fans and dehumidifiers were being set up for drying, antimicrobial solution was applied to the floors of the basement to protect it from any bacterial growth.

Mike P.
Lake Hopatcong, NJ
January 24, 2020

Before starting work the team moved any items that stood in the way of the clean up process. Air scrubbers were installed to help filter the air for any orders. Next, the team was required to cut out a portion of the wood paneling in order to properly clean. We placed ZEP absorber to easily absorb the oil and clean. After, the team thoroughly cleaned the walls, ceiling, floors, and wiped all surfaces. Before leaving, antimicrobial solution was then applied to prevent any future bacterial growth.

Nikhil P.
South Orange, NJ
January 20, 2020

We arrived onsite and extracted the puddle of water caused by the backup. We then heavily clean the floors with cleaning solution and HEPA vacuumed the affected area. We ensured all was remediated before leaving.

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Scot B. says

Ridgefield, NJ

NJ Water and Mold, LLC are great at what they do. We recently had a water heater leak that created a tremendous amount of basement damage. The crew came out quickly, assessed the situation and then begin remediation steps immediately. They left the basement in great shape.All the employees are extremely knowledgeable, detail oriented and most of all pleasant to deal with. I would highly recommend them to anyone that has a water or mold issue/problem.

Joyce M. says

Fair Lawn, NJ

The day I called nj water and mold co they had an adjuster here that evening taking pictures measuring etc. I had sewage back up in my basement. They promptly came in tore out walls and cleaned the entire area. I spoke to the owner Dennis who was very punctual and understanding in returning my calls . I was completely satisfied with the clean up and because of that I am now hiring them to repair my basement, In my opinion they definitely are a 5 plus Company

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