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Can Wood Furniture Be Saved After a Fire in Closter?

9/13/2020 (Permalink)

fire damaged living room with burned items everywhere Even a small fire in your home can cause your family stress. Contact SERVPRO 24/7 for professional remediation services for your home.

SERVPRO’s Goal is Always to Restore Instead of Replace if Possible

In this Closter home, a small fire broke out in the living room. A spark from the fireplace landed on the curtain. The fire was promptly contained, but the smoke residue settled through the room.

Can the Smell Be Removed from My Coffee Table?

Smoke odors can easily penetrate unfinished wood furniture. Coffee tables, end stands, and desks can have unfinished sections. For example, the underside of the coffee table, the bottoms of drawers, and the back of desks. Our professional technicians use several cleaning methods depending on the type of soot. Dry cleaning sponges are often used as is denatured alcohol. 

My End Table Was Affected by The Fire

While soot and smells can often be removed from wood items that are soot damaged, there are situations in which the item cannot be salvaged. If the end table was exposed to high heat or direct flames, you might not be able to save it. Signs that the item is a loss include:

  • Severe surface blistering
  • Joints that are water-logged
  • Cracked joints from the high heat
  • Permanent staining of light-colored wood
  • Severely charred areas

 If the coffee table has a finished surface that has mild damage, there are some semi-refinishing techniques our technicians can use. This can be done when there are slight stains from water damage that can come with a fire. A solvent-based cleaner can remove watermarks, chalky spots, and light staining. 

Even small contained fires can cause damage to a home. We understand fire damage and fire restoration. Our certified technicians look at each case individually and use whatever restoration methods the situation warrants. Contact SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County at (201) 244 - 0100 for professional fire restoration service you can trust. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.

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How Can I Remove Excess Water On My Own in Closter?

9/7/2020 (Permalink)

Close-up Photo Of Flooded Floor In Kitchen From Water Leak SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County is here to assist you in deciding on the water damage in your home.

Removing Excess Water from your Closter Home on Your Own May Leave you at Risk for Aggravated Water Damage. Call a Professional Restoration Service for a Thorough Cleanup Process

You may look at the damage left behind by a leaky pipe in your home and think that water extraction is a simple process. As you prepare to mop your floors and open all your windows to accelerate evaporation, take a minute to consider the risks of leaving water hiding beneath your floors or within your walls. The longer your Closter home is exposed to water, the higher the chance that its foundation and structural elements weaken due to excessive moisture.

Thankfully, our Closter neighbors facing water damage can call our SERVPRO team around the clock for help. As we arrive at your home, we assess the damage by inspecting your home and using state-of-the-art technology to monitor humidity levels, thus detecting any accumulation hiding from the naked eye. If needed, we rapidly establish a staging area where we can protect your belongings and avoid cross-contamination. In the meantime, we also discard any items damaged beyond recovery and begin to extract water with our industrial-grade equipment.

What does SERVPRO do differently in terms of water removal?
Our water restoration technicians' training is certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration (IICRC), which validates our knowledge base of all matters about the treatment of water damage. We particularly understand the perils of leaving moisture behind, as it can damage your property and create a suitable environment for bacteria, such as mold, to prosper. As we use our pumps equivalent to the volume of water we need to extract, we consistently monitor the environment to optimize our efforts. The following equipment helps record these observations and guide our next steps:

    •    Moisture sensors to detect humidity in carpets, upholstery, and other porous surfaces
    •    Moisture meters are similar to sensors, but they allow us to probe behind walls and baseboards for a more thorough assessment
    •    Flexible cameras enable us to review hard to reach places without having to create further damage in gaining access

SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County is here to assist you in deciding on the water damage in your home. Call us at (201) 244-0100 and let us leave your home, “Like it never even happened.”

How About Mold Cleanup for My Home?

8/24/2020 (Permalink)

poly containment barrier with access SERVPRO technicians can erect containment barriers to limit cross-contamination during soda blasting mold remediations services in Creskill

Mold Damage in Cresskill Requires Professional Remediation

Cresskill homeowners want to keep their homes clean and free from contamination of all kinds. A clean, fresh home is more delightful to be in – and it also has more curb appeal should you decide to sell. If you’re looking for a contractor to work on your home, naturally, you want to work with someone who uses the latest equipment and industry-standard techniques.

Mold damage in Cresskill homes requires swift and professional remediation. If left untreated, mold spores can swiftly spread throughout your home. Mold spores are microscopic, which means they can travel easily on:

  • Air currents
  • Clothes and shoes
  • Pet fur
  • Shopping bags or luggage

What should I do if I suspect a mold problem?

The first thing you should do if you suspect you have mold in your home is to call SERVPRO. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster, and our teams are on hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

There are many signs of mold in your home. The most obvious sign is the growth of black or dark green mold colonies. You might also notice damp patches on walls or ceilings, especially around wet areas such as the bathroom or laundry room. A pervasive musty odor is another clue that you’ve got a mold problem in your house.

What is soda blasting?

SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County trains our technicians in a range of mold remediation and cleaning techniques. One of our most popular and effective methods is soda blasting.

Soda blasting uses baking soda – yes, the same kind of soda you use to bake cakes! We air blast mold-covered surfaces with baking soda crystals. Because baking soda is mildly abrasive, it effectively scrubs the mold from the surfaces.

The baking soda crystals used in blasting are manufactured to be perfect for the job – we do not use boxes of baking soda intended for kitchen use. The crystals are angular when seen under a microscope, so they scrape off mold, but they are soft enough to use in the home.

Why does SERVPRO use soda blasting?

Soda blasting has several advantages:

  • The soda crystals are soft enough that there is a minimal risk of harm to the underlying surface
  • Baking soda is chemical-free – how many other mold products are also used in baking?
  • When combined with an efficient delivery system, baking soda is cost-effective – and that cost-effectiveness is passed on to the customer
  • Baking soda crystals are easily wiped away after blasting
  • Baking soda blasting is quicker and easier than scrubbing each surface by hand, so we can cover a larger area in less time without compromising on results

Baking soda is also a natural deodorizer, so using it helps remove moldy smells from your home.

Are SERVPRO technicians trained in soda blasting?

Absolutely. We train all our technicians in the proper use of soda blasting equipment. Our teams know how to choose the correct amount of soda, the best nozzles and hoses, the right air pressure, and the optimum angle for best results.

Why is filtration such a vital part of soda blasting?

When we carry out mold remediation in your home, cleanup is an essential part of the process. Cleanup ensures all surfaces are left fresh and dry, and there is no leftover cleaning product. The same is true with soda blasting. Our technicians wipe away any residue, so all you see is clean surfaces with no mold growth.

However, cleaning up residue after soda blasting is not as simple as wiping the surfaces down. We also use air scrubbers to filter the air and remove the soda crystals. Air scrubbers use powerful filtration to clean the air in your home by trapping microscopic particles. A single machine can cleanse a large area, making them very useful.

Air scrubbers capture both soda particles and any errant mold spores, to leave your home as clean as possible. Using filtration after blasting makes it even more difficult for spores to re-emerge.

What happens after soda blasting?

After soda blasting, we clean and deodorize your home and carry out any necessary repairs (for example, if mold has damaged a door frame or eaten through the wallpaper.) We also monitor the moisture levels in your home to ensure it is dry enough to discourage further mold growth.

It is always our aim to leave your home “Like it never even happened.” Our team will follow up with you a week after your remediation project ends, to ensure you are happy with the result and answer any questions you may have.

If you need help with mold damage, call SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County at (201) 244-0100.

Is Wet Fabric Permanently Damaged?

8/12/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO tech cleaning carpet If your property is overtaken by water you need to call the professionals. Call SERVPRO today for remediation assistance.

Hotel Businesses that Require Commercial Water Damage Restoration in Closter can Reach Out to SERVPRO for Professional Carpet Cleaning and Restoration.

Are wet carpets complicated to clean?

Carpets cleaning can have several complications that could impact your Closter Business. One issue is that carpet fibers can quickly absorb moisture, grime, and microbial infestation when there is exposure to moisture. With older carpets, it may not be possible to contact the manufacturer for cleaning instruction, which means technicians may have to conduct pre-testing to discover the most effective carpet cleaning method. While waiting for a professional assessment from a SERVPRO technician, it may be worthwhile to restrict foot-traffic over the affected area by staff and customers. Foot traffic can compress fibers in a wet carpet, making the restoration process longer and less likely to return to a preloss condition. Often, drying the carpet while effectively mitigating loss, may not entirely repair the carpet fibers. 

How do I get the grime out of thick carpets?

Hotels frequently use thick carpets, which may require commercial water damage restoration services in Closter, should they become wet. Our technicians can use emulsifying powders on thicker mats, which can absorb grime without introducing further moisture. Using a wet/dry vacuum, our team can remove both the emulsifying dust and any soiling that may be present. We usually complete the carpet cleaning service by buffering it with a rotary machine. These fast-rotating mechanical cleaners can buffer carpet fibers to return a thicker carpet to its preloss condition without risking causing harm. In some circumstances, we may utilize spot stain removal to restore your business to its preloss condition. 

How do I restore a carpet from start to finish?

- Identify the type of carpet or contact the manufacturer for cleaning advice

- Dry the mat while using a cleaning solution or hot-water extraction

- Buffer the mat and perform spot stain removal for any areas of soiling that remain

To reduce the chances of permanent damage to carpets in your hotel, contact SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County at (201) 244-0100.

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Will My Flooded Closter House Ever Feel Like Home Again?

8/3/2020 (Permalink)

flood cut removed wallboard, by steps, tile flooring PreLoss Condition return after a flood in Closter means cleanup of tiled flooring and "flood-cuts" of wallboard to minimize demolition and build back.

Summer’s Severe Storms Can Strike Closter with Significant Flood Damage, and SERVPRO Has Expertise in All the Specialties Needed to Bring Residential Properties Back to Pre-Loss Condition

Torrential rains and high winds make their way up the Atlantic coast periodically during hurricane season, occasionally causing flooding concerns in Closter. Water from these storm systems enters your home a variety of ways:

  • Overland flooding, sweeping into your basement/lower levels through doors and windows, carrying a wide range of contaminants
  • Seepage through your foundation after several inches of rain during training storms saturate the ground around your home
  • Water drainage from storm damage to windows, roofs, and siding

Do I Need to Take Care of Safety Issues Before the Water Damage Restoration Company Comes?

Struggling with significant flood damage in your Closter house can be overwhelming. Partnering with a full-service flood damage recovery contactor allows you to rely on a company with the equipment, training,  and experience needed to take your scenario from assessment through damage repair and rebuilding, integrating all intervening floodwater mitigation remediation. Safety is always a priority, and our inspection and controls shield your loved ones and our technicians from harm during the project.

What Can I Expect As Professionals Attend to Flood Damage?

Dozens of tasks and steps complete as SERVPRO workers strive to make it “Like it never even happened.” General phases that encompass the project details are as follows:

  • Safety and damage assessment
  • Hazard control and site security
  • Emergency services
  • Water removal/extraction
  • Moisture detection and measurement
  • Controlled demolition to release and reach trapped water
  • Contaminated fluid containment and disposal
  • Cleaning and disinfection with EPA-registered products
  • Applied structural drying
  • Repair and build back of storm damage and controlled demolition

Wrap around restoration services from SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County remove the stress of homeowners to act as general contractors for complicated water restoration jobs. Call us at (201) 244-0100 to get the project started.

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Contractor Licenses:

General: 13VH001305854800

What Are the Phases of Fire Restoration Cleaning for Closter Homes?

7/29/2020 (Permalink)

fire damaged foyer Fires are devastating. Let SERVPRO restore your home and make it, "Like it never even happened."

Knowing What to Expect When Fire Restoration Technicians Arrive at Your Home can Help you Appreciate the Need for Qualified Professionals 

There are distinct advantages to entrusting your Closter property to our competent cleaning and restoration professionals after a fire loss. As traumatic as these situations can initially appear, the immediate actions taken to counteract loss and damage can protect the structure, its contents, and its occupants. Our SERVPRO professionals have extensive training and coursework in specific restoration niches such as Fire & Smoke Restoration (FSRT), Odor Control (OCT), and Upholstery Cleaning (UFT.) 

Despite our experience and knowledge in managing fire damage for Closter homes, our preparedness for these emergencies is our service's efficient element. We understand the value of restoration preparation to reach a damaged address quickly and make the recovery process more thorough and intricate.Having customers that can realize these additional levels of our restoration process can appreciate our commitment to making these fire losses "Like it never even happened." 

How Does SERVPRO Set Up for a Fire Loss?  

Preparation can happen in many stages that occur before our technicians officially arrive and begin emergency services or mitigation tasks. As much as homeowners might believe that technicians' immediate arrival might be beneficial, unprepared professionals cannot adequately protect or preserve any impacted elements. These initial conversations with the customer and the insurance company can keep all parties on the same page moving forward with restoration and recovery efforts. Our SERVPRO team sets up for fire losses by: 

  • Allocating resources
  • Comprising the available budget
  • Work orders to detail work to come  

Helping customers understand what to expect after a fire loss incident can offer peace of mind in a trying time. Communication is a vital element to preemptive restoration and recovery work, as we strive to meet your expectations and priorities. No one understands your home as well as you. 

How Does Job Scoping Aid Restoration?  

Initial inspection and evaluation of the fire damaged property in Closter are critical to understanding the extent of damage and what must get done to return the house to the preloss condition. As overwhelming as this restoration might appear when debris and charring exist throughout the property, our trained project managers can work around these hurdles to determine:  

  • Present damage
  • Catalog losses
  • Note pre-existing conditions 
  • Identify safety hazards  

This information gets documented in multiple programs used to determine both the progress of drying, the necessary reconstruction efforts, and the expected costs of the work to get performed. Xactimate and SERVPRO DryBook are two of the standard ports for data entry access to the responding technicians and insurance adjusters working to approve a damage claim for the house.  

What is Staging?  

Another preemptive action that we can take involves preparing a safe and undamaged area near the work zone for staging equipment, products, and devices. Because fire restoration happens in so many different stages, the volume of equipment and products needed to accomplish these tasks is substantial. Bringing these tools in before they are needed is beneficial in multiple ways:  

  • Saves time
  • Prevents cross-contamination 
  • Allows for work areas to be less active
  • Keeps equipment readily available 

Staging is most effective when it occurs in an area adjacent to the workspaces. This space can also serve as a decontamination or clean room, meaning that professionals passing through can reduce tracking ash, soot, and residues through the rest of the house. This buffer room provides adequate opportunity to remove shoe coverings, Tyvek coveralls, and other protective equipment before entering other unaffected areas of the property.  

What is the Benefit of a Final Walkthrough?  

Once the work has completed on the job, including any reconstruction and repairs necessary to return the property to its original conditions, we must complete a quality control inspection of the work areas. This walkthrough is foremost to ensure that all of the projected tasks to recover the property have completed successfully and ensure that the customer is satisfied with these results. It is possible that, through the eyes of homeowners that know the property best, punch list items can get identified that must get resolved before we can say the job is complete.  

Fire loss incidents can present substantial obstacles for even experienced restoration professionals like our SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County team. Providing quality results and positive customer experiences are vital parts of the fire restoration process for our professionals. Contact us anytime at (201) 244-0100.

How Involved is Water Cleanup and Restoration?

7/22/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO drying equipment being used in water damaged room Should water damage affect your home, call SERVPRO! We have restoration equipment and trained workers to restore your property.

SERVPRO Takes Necessary Measures to Handle Water Damage So Your Closter Home is Restored to Pre-Loss Condition 

Within any home or office building, water damage brings the potential for significant harm to the structure and the contents inside. Cleanup is just one piece of the restoration puzzle if you want to be sure that you bring your Closter home back to pre-water damage condition. SERVPRO has the technology and speedy response times to reduce the loss and get you back to your routine faster. 

Calling SERVPRO to help with your water damage in Closter means you have trained technicians on your side using proven methods and planning techniques. Once we arrive, we begin with our restoration process, which includes: 

  • Full assessment of the cause of your damage as well as the extent.
  • We explain all of the damages in detail to go along with our restoration solutions.
  • All water is promptly extracted from the water loss zone.
  • We initiate the drying phase of your structure along with any content to reach our goals.
  • Dehumidification equipment and other tools get used, keeping hidden moisture from causing more damage. 

Are All Restoration Methods the Same? 

Our team has worked to perfect our restoration efforts and planning, but we always grow and evolve with changing technology, equipment, and techniques. We use a proprietary planning method to execute each water restoration project as quickly as possible. The goal is to work and adjust to facilitate drying to give you as little disruption while salvaging everything we can. 

After the water damage in your home gets under control, our technicians follow up by searching for hidden moisture pockets and thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing all surfaces. Everything this is left, “Like it never even happened.” 

We have your water damage needs covered at SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County. Call us 24/7 to have a crew deployed to your location at (201) 244-0100 to get started! 

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Flood Damage Has Ruined My Closter Home – Can It Be Salvaged?

7/18/2020 (Permalink)

iving room flooded with floating chair Contact SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County at (201) 244-0100 for quality flood damage service that is Faster to Any Size Disaster.

SERVPRO’s Team of Technicians Provide Professional Emergency Water Mitigation That Restores Your Closter Home and Helps You Get Back to Normal

Seasonal weather brings storms and flooding that cause severe damage to Closter residences. Our technicians are available 24/7 to undo the havoc caused by heavy rains.

What kind of training do your technicians undergo?

To provide the proper techniques in treating flood damage in Closter homes, our technicians undergo intense training. They can assess a situation and put into action a water mitigation plan quickly. You can trust our Green Team to have accomplished the following:

    •    Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) – Cleaning and restoration industries follow the standards set by this certification. Our techs learn how to best deal with everything, from general water and fire restoration to mold remediation.
    •    Employee Certification Training – Technicians learn in-depth ways to deal with water restoration, carpet cleaning, and upholstery cleaning.
    •    Initial Franchise Training – Hands-on training that provides the needed experience to tackle the restoration customers need.
    •    Continuing Education & E-Learning – Ongoing training keeps the staff up to date on cutting-edge technology and new cleaning and restoration methods.

Giving You Back Your Home with Advanced Technology

After something as devastating as a flood, you want your life back. SERVPRO is committed to restoring your residence, enabling you to get back to work, family, and everyday life. We use advanced technology to mitigate the flood damage and clean all areas affected, even the areas you can’t see. These include:
    •    Moisture Detection & Measurement Equipment – Infrared cameras, hygrometers, and more provide information that determines where water is and how much saturation there is.
    •    Powerful Water Extraction Equipment – Both truck-mounted and portable pumps are employed. Our pumps can be gas-powered or submersible.
    •    Drying Equipment - Industrial grade dehumidifiers pull moisture out of the air, and heavy-duty air movers help everything try faster.
    •    Deodorizing Techniques – removes the smells that occur with water damage.
    •    Sanitizing Agents – making sure everything is as clean and decontaminated as possible.

We know catastrophes do not take vacations, and neither do we. We are available around the clock, including holidays.

Contact SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County at (201) 244-0100 for quality flood damage service that is Faster to Any Size Disaster.

We Have Flooding in Our Closter Office, What Can We Do?

6/28/2020 (Permalink)

interior of an office completely flooded To have a crew deployed to your office as soon as possible to begin flood damage restoration, call SERVPRO.

Flood Damage is No Match for SERVPRO – Call Us to Begin Cleanup of Your Closter Office Today!

Whether a pipe burst or there was another incident that brought on the emergency, you need to know that you have access to skilled water restoration services. Commercial spaces, in particular, call for unique processes to ensure the flooding gets cleaned up promptly so that your employees and visitors have as little disruption as possible. SERVPRO features a team of certified water restoration technicians (WRT) that you can count on to ensure your Closter office setting sees little downtime. We’re Faster to Any Size Disaster, and you can always reach us 24 hours a day for emergency service!

This is Overwhelming: Where Do We Begin?

For flood damage in Closter, you should have a solid plan for restoration. SERVPRO has a unique process when called for commercial flood restoration, so that way, we can quickly spring into action. We follow best practices for water extraction while doing what we can to salvage interior contents, furnishings, necessary paperwork, and more. Everything gets done to limit secondary damage from taking hold while ensuring that our crew and your staff are safe. When you need fast flooding mitigation and restoration services, you can trust our team for:

•    Training and techniques set forth via the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC)
•    Detailed and organized pack-out services, if required
•    Water removal using advanced water extraction tools and technology
•    Controlled demolition and the prompt, ethical removal of unsalvageable materials
•    Moisture detection using professional-grade equipment
•    Efficient drying using best practices and the latest techniques
•    EPA-registered, commercial-grade products for cleaning, sanitization, and disinfection

We Have Our Own Cleaning Crew, Can We Have Them Begin Cleanup?

There are some instances where untrained personnel can make water damage worse when trying to address flooding. Having trained technicians that follow best practices for mitigation and restoration is best. There are a few things to keep in mind when you are faced with flooding and water loss in your commercial space:

•    Floodwater, of any kind, should never be left to linger. Water must be removed from the building promptly to help lessen the damage, the cost, and to get it restored to preloss condition.
•    If the water gathers contaminants along the way, the need for careful measures is enhanced. Try to set up a barrier to cordon off the loss zone until the SERVPRO team can arrive to start with the loss and flooding assessment.
•    Your staff should always have emergency protocols in place that help you handle water damage situations in the future. High levels of water create devastating and costly damages, so ensuring that your cleaning team and employees know how to act goes a long way until the skilled technicians arrive to get to work.

What Type of Damages Am I Looking At?

For a flooding event in your Closter office space, there can be several issues to worry about. All of the potential damage depends on the amount of time and the level of exposure to water. Some of the effects of the flood loss may include:

•    Breakdown of structural materials: Lingering water causes wood to swell, warp, and crack. For any drywall throughout your office saturated with water, it can start to warp and crumble. Painted surfaces can begin to bubble and peel, or you might notice discoloration and musty odors on the walls or flooring. Professional drying must take place soon before the materials are no longer salvageable, especially if you have carpeted areas of the office.
•    Potential onset of mildew and mold: Organic or porous materials within the building like subfloors or drywall can take on water. When this happens, it creates an environment that is the perfect platform for microbial growth. Mold and mildew thrive on organic materials whenever the temperature and relative humidity are just right.

Upon our arrival at your commercial location, SERVPRO technicians use commercial-grade extraction and drying techniques mixed with OSHA-approved agents and biocides that help inhibit mold and mildew growth.

How Does the Flooding Cleanup Work?

Our crew knows that you have a plethora of valuable information, office equipment, and furnishings within your space that must be used regularly. We know how to inspect every element to determine the best course of action during our restoration process:

•    Thorough inspection, to include measuring moisture on surfaces using moisture sensors and moisture meters
•    Water extraction using wet/dry vacuums, truck-mounted extractors, suction pads, and more
•    Expedient drying to include strategic placement of fans, air movers, and dehumidifiers
•    Odor control and sanitation management using specialized anti-microbial solutions and cleaning agents
•    Restoration tasks necessary to wrap up the project, including structural repairs and finishing details

To have a crew deployed to your office as soon as possible to begin flood damage restoration, call (201) 244-0100. SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County is here to make it “Like it never even happened.”

What Should I do About Humidity in my Kitchen?

6/17/2020 (Permalink)

Modern Kitchen design with open concept and bar counter Excessive moisture in kitchens can case moisture issues which can lead to water damage.

Excess Moisture in Your Closter Kitchen Needs the Attention of a Water Restoration Technician

If you detect an odd smell in your kitchen or any other room in your Closter home, it is best to call a water restoration technician to explore its cause. You may see some discoloration or peeling paint along with a smell of moisture, which could point to a leak or even the presence of mold. Rather than guessing the cause and extent of the damage, a team of professionals can make an educated assessment of the issue and take corrective action.

As you research water restoration companies in Closter, you find our SERVPRO team readily available to visit your home and apply our expertise to your specific needs. We hold certifications by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) verifying our technical expertise, which we accompany by on-the-field experience in our community. A call to our 24/7 hotline gains you access into top industry experts ready to work for you.

How do I prevent mold?

Excess Humidity has many consequences, including tile discoloration, compromised flooring materials, and even mold. While some issues are merely cosmetic, others can threaten your health. Moist places invite microorganisms to multiply and become part of your environment. To control their existence, our SERVPRO team takes corrective action which includes the following steps among others:

  • Application of thermal imaging to identify problem areas, including those hiding within wall cavities or your subfloor
  • Use of injectidry and other drying technology to speed up water evaporation
  • Cleanup of your ventilation system to prevent the spread of mold spores and bacteria

At SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County, we treat your home like it was our own. We strive to mitigate your loss efficiently. Call us at (201) 244-0100 and let us apply our industry knowledge and best practices in your home. Our goal is to leave your home, "Like it never even happened."

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