Union Flooded Basement Cleanup

Union NJ Flooded Basement Cleanup Service

Every year quite a few homes in Union, New Jersey fall victim to basement flooding. Basement flooding happens for a variety of reasons including sewer back flow, sump pump failure, heavy storms, and even ground water leaking into the basement or damaged foundations and basement walls. Many home owners under estimate how serious a threat to their home basement flooding realy is. Basement flooding can damage your basement walls and flooring, or if already damaged cause even more damage, potentially making your homes foundation unsafe. Home owners often fail to realize that standing water in their basements needs to be extracted as soon as possible to avoid further damage. Water damage gets worse with every passing hour. Even after the standing water is removed, the basement will need to be thoroughly dried out, the quicker the better. If your basement is not quickly drained of water and rapidly and thoroughly dried out, mold can quickly take hold within your home. In fact mold and mildew growth can occur within 48 hours of your basement flooding. Mold and mildew both require moisture to grow and thrive, which your basement flooding will provide. Many home owners are unaware of this, but mold can damage your property and also lower your property value immensely, as well as being potentially dangerous to you and your families health.

As a leading disaster recovery contractor we provide the following services property owners: fire and smoke damage cleanupbasement flood damage and flooding cleanup

content in flooded basementWe of Union, New Jersey has over 30 years of extensive experience in basement flooding clean up and water damage restoration. We have the experience, the most advanced and powerful equipment, and manpower to quickly remove the standing water in your basement and thoroughly and rapidly dry out your basement using our rapid drying equipment and technology. We have the largest fleet of service trucks in the industry, all pre loaded with every tool and piece of equipment that we would need for any sized job. We can fully repair and restore any of your properties damaged building materials, from the basement floor, basement walls, foundation, pipes, electrical systems, dry wall and more. We can even fully repair and restore in most cases water damaged personal possessions you might have, such as carpeting, photos, documents, electronics, equipment, clothing and personal heirlooms at our off site content restoration facility. Depending on the cause of the flooding, we may be able to address the cause of the flooding to help prevent future basement flooding or reduce the chance of future basement flooding.

Emergency Water Removal, Sump Pump Repairs, Drying and Repairs

We are fully licensed, bonded and insured, and we are fully aware of all local building codes and ordinances in the area. We are also a IICRC certified contractor. The IICRC is the industry standard for service, knowledge, technique and training for property restoration, and we not only meet the standards of the IICRC, we exceed them. We are proud members of Better Business Bureau of the United States and we take pride in having an A rating due to our level of satisfied customers as well as the level of service we provide. No one can beat Fire Water and Storm Pros prices, as we have a best price guarantee. We are also open 24 hours a day to provide you with around the clock emergency service, and we can be at your home in an hour or less of your call for help. We will also work with your insurance agency if you are are covered for flood damages or offer your direct billing at your option. We offer a full range of services including extraction, drying, odor removal, mold prevention, and full property reconstruction. If you have been the victim of a basement flooding, call the experts at Fire Water and Storm Pros today for a written estimate.

Resources for property owners in the Union region:

FEMA

Floodsmart.gov

National Hurricane Center

New Jersey Emergency Management

Ready.gov

State of New Jersey

Weather.com

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