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 We do not publish customer's contact information to protect their privacy.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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Lorraine N.
Waldwick, NJ
July 10, 2020

After speaking with the client, we gathered all necessary equipment and headed strait to work. We first cleared the sewage from the basement bathroom and thoroughly cleaned all areas of the room including the tub, toilet, and floor. We then installed air scrubbers to filter the air and applied antimicrobial solution. Next, we removed the carpet from the kitchen and thoroughly cleaned the kitchen floor. After, an air scrubber and dehumidifier were installed to remove any excess moisture from the space. We sprayed antimicrobial solution in the kitchen and did one final cleaning before leaving.

Angel P.
Jersey City, NJ
July 2, 2020

After receiving the emergency service call, our technicians headed onsite to begin the mitigation process. They started by moving any contents of the bedroom and protecting any furniture with plastic covering. Next, an air scrubber was installed to being filtering the air of any toxins and dust. Our technicians then tore out a portion of the wet drywall and insulation on the ceiling and applied antimicrobial solution to the ceiling studs. After, an air mover and dehumidifier was installed to dry out the ceiling from any moisture. Our technicians did one final cleaning before leaving.

Randi G.
Livingston, NJ
June 26, 2020

Upon arriving, we installed several air scrubbers throughout the basement to begin filtering the air from any harmful particles. We removed all damaged contents and carpeting as requested. Then, we HEPA vacuumed and wiped all surfaces twice to ensure all mold was properly removed. After, we sprayed all affected areas with antimicrobial solution and fogged with mold control. Upon running the air scrubbers for a few days, we returned to pick them up and did one final cleaning.

Rockafella's Sports Bar
East Rutherford, NJ
June 5, 2020

After assessing the damage, we found that the baseboards and flooring on the main floor were showing high moisture readings, and determined that the flooring would need to be replaced. We set up dehumidifiers and air movers to remove as much moisture as possible. Next, we tackled the basement by removing all contents and extracting all initial water. After the initial water extraction, we power washed the floors and performed a second water extraction. After all was completed, we heavily cleaned the floor and walls. We applied antimicrobial solution to all affected areas and installed dehumidifiers and air movers to dry out the space. Once all was dried, we did one final cleaning before leaving.

Rina G.
Harrington Park, NJ
June 3, 2020

After visiting the home, it was found that asbestos was present under the laminate floors. Once the laminate floor and asbestos was safely removed, our technicians were able to begin the water mitigation process. We started off by raising any furniture on blocks and extracting any puddles of water caused by the broken water heater. We then tore out any damaged trim and cleaned the floors. After, we installed dehumidifiers and air movers to dry all areas of the basement. Lastly, we applied antimicrobial solution to prevent any future microbial growth, and did one final cleaning.

Michelle H.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
May 20, 2020

Upon confirming mold was present in the home, our team packed all necessary PPE equipment and headed straight to work. We contained the rooms with mold present and set up air scrubbers to filter the air. Once set up, we started general demolition which included removing affected drywall and insulation, and had it properly discarded. After, we HEPA vacuumed all wall studs, thoroughly cleaned, and applied antimicrobial solution. We fogged with mold control and performed one final cleaning before leaving.

Dany Z.
Jersey City, NJ
May 14, 2020

We were called to a 7 story building in Jersey City due to water damage from unit 7 from above. The laundry room ceiling, walls, and wood floors suffered water damage. We removed and reset the washer and dryer, as well as tearing out wet drywall and insulation. After removing the damaged material, we sprayed with antimicrobial solution and set up drying equipment, such as dehumidifiers and air mover. We did one final cleaning before leaving.

Daljeet S.
Jersey City, NJ
May 14, 2020

NJ Water and Mold was called to a 4 story building in Jersey City due to water damage caused by a unit above. There was damage to the ceiling, one wall, and the floor. The technicians moved out the furniture to make space for work, and removed the baseboards, crown molding, and trim around the closet. An air scrubber was installed to filter the air from any dust and debris, and holes were drilled into the ceiling and walls for drying. Additionally, our technicians installed a wood floor drying extraction mat to dry any water that seeped into the wood floors. After, antimicrobial solution was applied to the affected areas and the floor was cleaned. Once the water mitigation was completed, the client requested NJ Water and Mold to move forward with reconstruction services. We had our technicians first patch all holes and reinstall baseboards, crown molding, and closet trim. Lastly, our technicians painted the ceiling and walls, and did one final cleaning before leaving.

Chris H.
Rochelle Park, NJ
May 13, 2020

Upon talking to the client and assessing the scope of work, we gathered our PPE and headed straight to work. Our first course of action was to pack out all the items from the home, and throw out anything that was non salvageable. Next, we removed the carpeting from all affected rooms and installed air scrubbers to filter the air from any remaining soot/smoke. After, we HEPA vacuumed, mopped, and wiped down all areas of the house, which included floors, ceilings, walls, appliances, windows and blinds. Once all was thoroughly cleaned, we applied antimicrobial solution to prevent any future microbial growth. Lastly, we cleaned the outside blacktop and cement where the fire started.

Zachariah J.
Teaneck, NJ
May 5, 2020

After receiving the call from the client, we packed our equipment and headed straight over. We packed and moved the contents of the basement, including the washer, dryer, and fridge to prep for mitigation work. The carpet and carpet padding were then removed, and water was extracted from the floor. After, we installed air movers and dehumidifiers to assist in the drying process. We then heavily cleaned the floor and applied antimicrobial solution. We ensured all was dried and cleaned before leaving.

Tony R.
Ridgefield, NJ
May 5, 2020

Our first course of action was to set up an air scrubber to filter the smoke from the air as we removed all contents from the bedroom and discarded damaged items. After everything was removed, we HEPA vacuumed the ceiling and walls to remove the soot and smoke. We then cleaned the walls, ceiling, floor, light fixture, and radiator multiple times to ensure all was rid of soot. We ensured all was remediated before leaving.

Heidi B.
Fort Lee, NJ
May 3, 2020

We were called to the client's home in Fort Lee due to a leak that caused water damage to the 1st floor and basement. We first moved out any furniture and contained the rooms. We then worked on extracting water from the floor, and removed any non salvageable carpeting throughout the affected areas. Within the affected closet, we removed the baseboards and drilled holes for wall cavity drying. We tore out any wet drywall from the walls and ceiling and installed air movers, dehumidifiers, and air scrubbers to dry out the space. After, we cleaned the floors and wall studs, and applied antimicrobial solution to prevent future microbial growth. After completing mitigation work, the client requested reconstruction work as well. During the reconstruction process, we installed new drywall, patched any holes made for drying, and reinstalled the baseboards. We then primed and painted all walls, and moved all items back into their original places. We did one final cleaning before leaving.

Elizabeth V.
Palisades Park, NJ
April 28, 2020

After speaking to the client, we found that the sewage backup originated from the bathroom in apartment B1, and leaked into the basement directly below. Within apartment B1, we extracted all the water and disposed of all contaminated items. We then installed an air scrubber to filter the air as we heavily cleaned the toilet, tub, and floor. Next, antimicrobial agent was applied to all affected areas. After tackling apartment B1, we then worked on remediating the basement. We first extracted water from the floors, and removed the drywall & insulation from the affected ceiling. We set up an air scrubber in the basement filter the air as we worked on heavily cleaning the floor and ceiling stud. Before leaving, we applied antimicrobial solution to the affected areas and ensure all was clean and dry.

Deepak G.
Paramus, NJ
April 27, 2020

We first started off by moving out all living room contents as well as containing the room to avoid the spread of dust and debris. We then set up air scrubbers to begin filtering the air as we started tearing out any damaged drywall and insulation (ceiling and walls). Next, we removed any non salvageable flooring, extracted water from the floor, and set up dehumidifiers and air movers for drying. After, we thoroughly cleaned the floors and wall/ceiling studs and applied antimicrobial solution. We did one final cleaning after all was dried.

Sergio G.
Kearny, NJ
April 9, 2020

The client reached out to us regarding a failed water line under the kitchen sink which damaged much of the floors and walls. We came in and went straight to work! We extracted all water from the flooring, and then removed kitchen cabinets and appliances, tiling in the kitchen and bathroom, and removed wood flooring in portions the bedroom and living room. We then installed air movers and dehumidifiers to expedite the drying process. The floors were then cleaned, and antimicrobial solution was applied. Once all was fully dried, we did one final cleaning.

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.

Vicki D.
Fair Lawn, NJ
March 23, 2020

Our project manager first met with Vicki to scope out the job and discuss what work needed to be done. After all was agreed upon, we started by moving out any kitchen contents and containing the space with plastic covering. We then set up an air scrubber to begin filtering the air as we removed any wet drywall. Next, we HEPA vacuumed and cleaned the wall/ceiling studs. After all was cleaned, we applied antimicrobial solution and set up an air mover and dehumidifier to dry out any excess moisture. We ensured all was dried and cleaned 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.

Ivan L.
Ridgefield, NJ
March 19, 2020

Our first course of action was to move all items to trash or storage, as well as empty and pack out kitchen cabinets/ heavy contents in both rooms. We then removed the counter tops, cabinetry, appliances, and backsplash in the kitchen. After, we tore out all wet drywall (including portions of the ceiling), insulation, and baseboards within the entire basement, while additionally removing the wet carpeting. We installed several air movers, dehumidifiers, and air scrubbers throughout the basement to begin drying out any moisture caused by the leak. Upon finding some traces of mold, we thoroughly HEPA vacuumed and cleaned all affected areas. Once all was thoroughly cleaned, we applied antimicrobial solution to prevent future microbial growth, and did one final cleaning before leaving.

Jose F.
Englewood, 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.

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What Our Clients Say

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

NJ Water and Mold
687 Hamilton Ave
Ridgefield, NJ 07657