Unwanted water flowing through your home is messy, inconvenient and could be damaging to your possessions. Science and technological advancements over the last few years have put more power than ever into the hands of professional water damage clean-up companies.
Whenever you find water damage, you want the best products and technology to eliminate mold and mildew PLUS control future problems. Your grandma had some great tips: lemon juice, baking soda, sunshine. But your problem is bigger than those home remedies. Your local grocery store just doesn’t have the proper supplies, either.
The chemicals used by top restoration professionals include specific antimicrobials, disinfectants, deodorizers and mold stain removers. They also have access to commercial smoke removers, preventative coatings and sealers, fungicides and blast/ sanding media. NJ Water and Mold also has the tools, equipment and even the correct boots to avoid spreading water damage debris into other rooms in your house.
During the clean-up process, the technicians no longer rely on instinct to know the correct amount of time needed. By accurately monitoring the conditions in your home, the restoration team can plan visits based on real-time data to maximize the available time to get your home back faster. Remote monitoring means setting up sensors on site so that data can be collected and analyzed in real time. Most remote monitoring systems focus on measuring relative humidity but can also include dew point, grains per pound and equilibrium moisture content readings.
Plus, at the end of the project, this data can also produce better, more reliable documentation for your insurance carrier.
In addition to protecting the existing pipes, you have additional options that take advantage of technology such as your smartphone, to monitor the home when you are out. For example, temperature sensors detect furnace breakdowns and can help prevent frozen pipes and resulting water damage when interior temperatures dip. Emergency backup battery systems will keep your sump pumps functioning during a power failure. The system sounds an alarm when sump maintenance is needed or a battery problem is detected.
Visual inspection, moisture mapping, thermal imaging, viable and non-viable air and surface sampling, and bulk material sampling are some of the tools used to gather intel about your hidden. From this information, NJ Water & Mold will develop a detailed plan and an accurate estimate for repairs. With precise starting measurements, the team can also measure post-remediation to document that the structure has been returned to normal moisture levels
Each of the NJ Water & Mold service technicians has been trained and certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC). This quality assurance process takes time, energy, and resources– an indication of the level of quality of the team.
NJ Water & Mold is a New Jersey based water damage company that provides services to residential and commercial businesses. When you experience an emergency, call right away to start repairs as soon as possible; NJ Water & Mold in Bergen County will be on the way in 60 minutes or less. This family owned and operated business also works with all New Jersey insurance companies to ensure that you are properly compensated and that everything goes smoothly.