Monday, November 11, 2013

Water Damage Restoration NJ

 water damage restoration NJ
Much of the damage that Hurricane Sandy wrought is still waiting to be cleaned up and repaired. Over the next three weekends, PATH trains between Exchange Place will be closed from 11pm on Friday until just before dawn on Monday. There is still a lot of damage from the salt water that flooded the station a little of a year ago that needs to be restored. The $50 million salt cleanup will prevent further corrosion.

Water Damage Restoration has been hard at work restoring homes and businesses that have been damaged by Sandy and other storms. Along with flood damage, we also provide water damage restoration in NJ to buildings afflicted with water, mold smoke, sewage and fire damage.

All of our technicians are highly experienced in water damage restoration. We can clean out any room, even if the water level is over five feet high. We can remove any mold or odor from carpets, upholstery, and other cushions.

If you would like any more information on our any of our NJ water damage restoration services, contact Water Damage Restoration. We have a live telephone operator taking calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Water Damage Restoration
PO Box 613
Fair Lawn, New Jersey 07410


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