Monday, December 2, 2013

Flood Damage Restoration NJ

Anyone living in Bergen or Hudson County knows that the Hackensack River commonly floods during rainstorms. Last year’s Superstorm Sandy brought a lot of damage specifically to the towns of Little Ferry and Moonachie. Because of the constant flooding, the New Jersey Assembly recently passed two bills to help prevent flooding in future occurrences.

One of the bills calls for the a task force to study the past floods to find a way to prevent future damages. The second bill requires the Meadowlands Commission to consider flood control in its development plans for MetLife Stadium and the unfinished Xanadu project. As storms have become more severe over the past few years, it is necessary to take these precautions.

Hurricane Sandy damaged record-amounts of homes and property last fall. Much of New Jersey is still in need of flood damage restoration in NJ. Water Damage Restoration is a professional company that provides several types of water damage restoration services, including:

  • Emergency water damage services
  • Flood damage restoration
  • Carpet cleaning
  • Mold removal

Our specially trained technicians are available 24/7 and even provide emergency services. If you would like more information on NJ flood damage restoration services, contact Water Damage Restoration.

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