Water Damage Restoration

Water Damage Restoration in Newark New Jersey

Water damage often comes unannounced. Whether it be due to flooding, pipes bursting, or leaky roofs, water damage restoration requires immediate action from true professionals who have experience with it all. We have served the greater New Jersey area for many years and offer a response time, service quality, and state-of-the-art equipment that is unmatched. Give Mold Removal Newark a call today if you are the least bit concerned regarding possible water damage in your home!

Jersey’s average moisture levels make residential homes and commercial businesses in the area especially prone to mildew. If left alone, these can quickly turn into infestations that contaminate the entire property. When it comes to a person’s living quarters, they want the space to be as welcoming and safe as possible for them and their family. For most people, the thought of having mold growing in their home is incredibly stressful—especially if the possibility exists that it could be the dreaded black mold. Our mold company has years of experience taking on even the most difficult jobs and yours is no exception. We are ready to handle whatever fungus may be among us!

24/7 Emergency Services

Water damage demands immediate response before the situation gets worse. Even just small amounts of moisture left to fester can result in mold growth and infestation. Once an emergency has ocurred, it is essential to get the proper mitigation strategies in place. Here just a few of the water damage services we offer 24/7:

Just one call to our restoration company will have your emergency taken care of fast. We are available at all hours of the day and respond immediately to whatever needs you may have. Whether it be mold remediation, fire damage restoration, or water damage, Mold Removal Newark is the team to call!

Mold Remediation and Testing Estimate
Two mold technicians examining mold growth in the rafters of a Bloomfield attic
Mold inspection revealing black patches of mold growing in the drywall