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Water Line Leak | Water Damage Restoration | Toms River NJ

Toms River, NJ

On October 2, 2022 New Method Restoration received a call regarding an ice maker line leak which affected the kitchen, living room, and a crawl space below.

Project Manager Adam Steig was dispatched and arrived onsite within 90 minutes to assess the damages that had occurred as a result of the leak. 

Adam documented all findings, took photos, and presented the property owner with a clear, detailed scope of recommended work to be done.  He was also able to assist the owner with filing a claim through their insurance provider for the damages.

Our trained technicians arrived onsite to begin work which consisted of removing insulation in the crawl space, mucking out any standing water, and thoroughly sanitizing all affected areas with an organic antimicrobial spray.  Work in the living room included removing the affected area of a carpeting along with the padding underneath.

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Roof Leak Water Damage Repair and Restoration | Neptune NJ

Neptune, NJ

On October 3, 2022 New Method responded to a call regarding a previous rook leak which caused damage to the bathroom ceiling below.

Project Manager Keiron Brown arrived at the property in less than 90 to begin his inspection of the damages. 

Keiron took photos, determined a scope of recommended work to be done, and presented everything to the homeowner.  He was also of assistance when the customer was filing a claim with their insurance company.

Shortly after, our certified professionals arrived onsite and began work to remediate the damage caused by the leaking roof.  Prior to beginning any work, containment was set up and secured to ensure there was little contamination to other areas of the home.  They then removed the entire drywall ceiling as well as any insulation in the space which had been damaged.  After all affected materials were removed and discarded, the entire area was sanitized using an organic antimicrobial spray to prevent any possible future mold growth.  

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Furnace Leak | Water Damage Restoration | Neptune NJ

Neptune, NJ

New Method Restoration received a call on October 5, 2022 regarding a leak from a furnace which affected a finished basement.

Project Manager Adam Steig was onsite in less than 90 minutes to assess the damages and complete a thorough inspection of the affected areas. 

Adam documented his findings with photos, detailed notes, and presented the homeowner with a clear scope of recommended work to be done.

Our certified professionals arrived onsite quickly to begin work in the affected areas.  Work included removing flooring, making 2 foot flood cuts to the affected sheetrock, extracting any standing water still in the area, and sanitizing all areas with an organic antimicrobial spray to prevent any future mold growth. 

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Sewer Back Up in Finished Basement | Howell NJ

Howell, NJ

On October 2, 2022 New Method Restoration received a call regarding a sewer back up in a finished basement, affecting the bathroom, family room, and closet.

Project Manager Keiron Brown was dispatched and arrived at the property 60 minutes later to assess the damages. 

Keiron did a full inspection, wrote up a clear, detailed scope of recommended work to be done, documented all findings with photos, and presented all findings to the homeowner. 

He then assisted the customer with filing a claim through their property insurance for the loss.

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Hot Water Line Burst in Kitchen | Manchester NJ

Manchester, NJ

On October 1, 2022 New Method Restoration received a call regarding a hot water line burst in a kitchen which also affected the adjoining garage.

Project Manager Adam Steig was onsite in under 90 to do a thorough inspection of the property and assessed all damages that occurred.  He documented all findings with photos and a detailed report of the recommended scope of work to be done. 

He was also able to assist the customer with filing a claim through their homeowners insurance for the damages.

Once our trained technicians arrived onsite they quickly began work in the kitchen where they detached the lower cabinets, removed the flooring that had been affected, and steam cleaned the area to properly sanitize. 

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Sewer Ejector Pump Failure | Neptune NJ

Neptune, NJ

On October 1, 2022 New Method responded to a call for a sewer ejector pump that had failed, resulting in damages to a partially finished basement.

Project Manager Adam Steig took the call and was onsite in under 90 minutes to do a walk through with the homeowner and assess the damages that occurred.  After a thorough inspection, Adam provided the homeowner with a clear, detailed scope of recommended work to be done.  He then assisted the customer with filing a claim through their insurance provider for the damages.

Shortly after the inspection our skilled technicians were dispatched and began work in the laundry room where they extracted any standing sewage, steam cleaned the area, and disinfected thoroughly using an organic antimicrobial spray. 

In the bathroom they did 2 foot flood cuts and removed the affected sheetrock prior to sanitizing the entire space with the antimicrobial spray.  Vinyl floor tile was removed from the bedroom before the floor beneath was steam cleaned and sanitized thoroughly. 

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Faucet Leak Water Restoration | Bradley Beach NJ

Bradley Beach, NJ 

On October 1, 2022, New Method Restoration received a call regarding a faucet leak from a second floor bathroom which affected the bathroom, kitchen below, and basement on the ground level.   

Project Manager Cris Garzcarek was dispatched and arrived onsite within 60-90 minutes to assess the damages that occurred as a result.  After doing a thorough inspection of the affected areas he presented the homeowner with a clear scope of work, as well as providing assistance with filing a property claim for the damages.  Cris documented all findings with photos and a clear scope of recommended work to be done at the property. 

Our certified technicians were quickly onsite and began work in the bathroom, removing all content from the area, removing baseboards, and sanitizing all affected areas with an organic antimicrobial spray. 

They then proceeded to the kitchen where they set up containment to prevent any contamination in other areas of the home, removed all content in the space, removed and disposed of the damaged ceiling and wood paneling, and removed any affected drywall. 

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Hot water heater leak | Water Damage Restoration | Brick NJ

Brick, New Jersey

On August 10, 2022, New Method Restoration responded to a call regarding a hot water heater leak which affected a bathroom, kitchen, foyer, hallway, and living room.

Project manager Cris Garczareck was dispatched and arrived onsite in under 90 minutes to do a thorough inspection of the site.  All findings were documented with photos and notes. 

Cris then presented the customer with a clear, detailed scope of recommended work to be done.  He was also able to assist with getting a claim filed through the customer's homeowner’s insurance.

Our skilled technicians arrived onsite and began work in the affected areas by first extracting any standing water that was in the area. 

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Toilet wax seal leak | Water Restoration Services | Neptune NJ

Neptune, New Jersey

On August 13, 2022, New Method Restoration received a call regarding a toilet wax seal leak which affected the bathroom, a laundry room, and a crawl space.

Project manager Cris Garczareck arrived onsite in under 90 minutes to assess the damages that resulted from the leak.  After a thorough inspection of the site, all findings were documented with photos and notes. 

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Hot water heater leak that affected a finished basement | Water Damage Restoration | Carteret NJ

Carteret, New Jersey

On August 14, 2022, New Method Restoration received a call regarding a hot water heater leak that affected a finished basement.

Project manager Keiron Brown was dispatched to the site and arrived in less than 90 minutes to assess the damages that occurred. 

After a thorough inspection, all findings were documented with photos and notes prior to presenting the owner with a clear, detailed scope of recommended work to be done. 

Keiron was also of assistance to the customer when it came time to file a claim through their homeowners’ insurance for the loss incurred.

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Dishwasher leak | Water Damage Restoration | Cranford NJ

Cranford, New Jersey

On August 12, 2022, New Method Restoration responded to a call regarding a dishwasher leak which affected not only the kitchen but also the basement below.

Project manager Keiron Brown arrived onsite in less than 90 minutes to assess the damages. 

All findings were documented using photos and detailed notes.  Keiron then presented the owner with a detailed scope of recommended work to be done and was also of assistance during the process of filing a claim through homeowners’ insurance.

Our certified professionals were dispatched and arrived at the property quickly to begin the necessary work.  They began by detaching the dishwasher to gain access to the damaged materials surrounding the area. 

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Toilet overflow due to a clogged drain | Water Restoration Services | Waretown NJ

Waretown, New Jersey

On August 9, 2022, New Method Restoration responded to a call regarding a toilet overflow due to a clogged drain.  Drywall, a vanity, and linoleum flooring were all affected by the overflow.

Project manager Keiron Brown was dispatched out to the site, arrived in under 90 minutes, and immediately began a thorough inspection of the property. 

He documented all findings with photos and notes prior to presenting the owner with a clear, detailed scope of recommended work to be done.  Keiron was also able to assist the property owner with filing a homeowner's insurance claim for the damages.

Our certified professionals arrived onsite and got to work removing the affected vanity prior to making 2-foot flood cuts on the affected drywall.  They then continued work by removing all the linoleum flooring in the area that had been damaged.  Once all affected materials were removed and disposed of properly, all areas were disinfected with an organic antimicrobial spray to prevent any future mold growth. 

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Toilet Overflow | Water Damage Restoration | Old Bridge New Jersey

On August 7, 2022, New Method Restoration received a call regarding a toilet overflow on the first floor of a home which went down into an unfinished basement below.  The overflow affected sheetrock, a vanity, paneling, tile, and concrete flooring.

Project manager Adam Steig took the call and arrived onsite in under 90 minutes to assess the damages.  Once he did a thorough inspection of the damages, he documented all findings with notes and photos prior to presenting the homeowner with a detailed scope of recommended work.  He was also able to assist the homeowner with filing a claim through their property insurance.

Our trained professionals were dispatched out to the property and got to work removing any content that was in the areas prior to beginning the mitigation process. 

They steam cleaned the affected areas prior to wiping down all materials with an organic antimicrobial spray to prevent future mold growth.  Once the spaces were properly cleaned, they placed several dehumidifiers, air scrubbers, and fans throughout to ensure quick, proper drying.

 

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Air conditioner condensate pump leak | Green Brook New Jersey | New Method Restoration

Green Brook, New Jersey

On August 9, 2022 New Method Restoration received a call regarding an air conditioner condensate pump leak which affected sheetrock, insulation, and linoleum flooring.

Project manager Adam Steig was dispatched to the property and arrived in under 90 minutes to assess the damages that resulted from the leak. 

Adam took photos, wrote detailed notes, and presented the property owner with a clear, detailed scope of recommended work to be done in the space.  Adam was also able to assist the owner with filing a claim through their homeowner's insurance.

Our skilled technicians were quickly dispatched and arrived onsite to begin the necessary work.  They began removing baseboards, sheetrock and insulation from the walls, and vinyl flooring.  Once all affected materials were removed and disposed of properly, all areas were disinfected with an antimicrobial spray.  All trash and debris was removed, several dehumidifiers, air scrubbers, fans, and other specialty drying equipment was placed throughout the space to ensure fast, proper drying.

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Air conditioner condensate pump failure. | Plainfield NJ | New Method Restoration

Plainfield, New Jersey

On August 9, 2022, New Method Restoration received a call regarding an air conditioner condensate pump failure.  The failure caused a leak which affected carpeting and sheetrock.

Project manager Adam Steig was dispatched out to the property and arrived in under 90 minutes to assess the damages.  He documented all findings with photos and notes before presenting the property owner with a clear, detailed scope of recommended work to be done. 

Adam was also able to provide the homeowner with assistance during the process of filing a homeowner's claim.

Our certified professionals arrived onsite and began work in the affected areas of the home.  They removed a vanity, did 2-foot flood cuts on the walls that were damaged by the pump failure, and removed linoleum flooring. 

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Drain line break in a bathroom | Westfield New Jersey | New Method Restoration

Westfield, New Jersey

On August 8, 2022, New Method Restoration responded to a call regarding a drain line break in a bathroom.  The break affected not only the bathroom where it occurred, but also the hallway below.

Project manager Adam Steig was dispatched and arrived onsite within 90 minutes to assess the damages that resulted.  He inspected the affected areas, documented all findings with notes and photos, and presented the homeowner with a clear scope of recommended work.  Adam was also able to assist the customer with filing a claim through their insurance company.

Our certified technicians were quickly dispatched and arrived onsite to begin the mitigation process in the affected spaces.  They removed any content that was in the areas before removing baseboards, sheetrock, and insulation that had been affected by the break. 

Once all affected materials were disposed of properly, the remaining studs and flooring were disinfected with an organic antimicrobial spray to prevent any future issues.  Several dehumidifiers, air scrubbers, fans, and other specialty drying equipment was placed throughout to ensure proper drying took place.

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Catastrophic Flooding in NJ | A look back at Tropical Storm Ida

September 1, 2021 is a day that will forever remain in people’s memories.  Although New Jersey had been issued several warnings and watches, some areas were unable to completely prepare for the amount of rain Tropical Storm Ida brought.  Hunterdon County saw upwards to 11 inches of rain fall while parts of Somerset County saw over 9.5 inches of rain.  Tornadoes touched down and were spotted in Princeton, Edgewater Park, and Mullica Hill, ranging from 0-3 on the Enhanced Fujita scale for measuring tornadoes.  Thousands of residents lost power, some for an extended period of time, some towns declared emergency mandatory evacuation orders, and sadly close to 30 people lost their lives during the storm.

Towns in Somerset County, specifically Bound Brook, Hillsborough, and Manville saw catastrophic flooding as a result of the heavy rainfall.  Bound Brook was unable to close the flood gates completely due to a NJ Transit train getting stuck on the tracks, preventing the gates from being able to close properly.  Somerset Patriots Stadium was completely under water, prompting some historic photos to surface of the aftermath.  Several towns in Union County also saw widespread flooding and devastation, as well as towns in Essex County and Hunterdon County.  Specifically in Mullica Hill an EF3 tornado touched down and caused much damage to the structure and homes in the area.

Ida’s aftermath and devastation was certainly one for the history books and will remain one of the storms that people will talk about for years to come, just like Superstorm Sandy.  It is crucial to prepare in advance during the Atlantic Hurricane Season for any potential upcoming storms to reduce the chances to catastrophic damage.  Making sure you have all preparations done in and around your home could prevent serious damage and save you time and money.


During the event of a water emergency, powerful storms in the area, flooding, or the like, New Method Restoration is always on standby 24/7 to assist in any way that we can.  Our priority is helping our customers and making these extremely stressful situations slightly easier to navigate.  We do our best to ensure that our customers are well taken care of and that we treat your property like it’s our own!

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Fire Damage Restoration | New Method Restoration

Who should you call for fire damage restoration? In order to fully restore lost property due to fire damage, a restoration company that specializes in fire damage clean-up, remediation, and restoration is the best choice. Having a company that can handle everything from water and smoke damage to reconstruction, and assistance with your insurance claim will provide the best overall experience. 

 

A fire damage restoration example is highlighted from a fire in New Jersey.

New Method Fire Job – Stirling, NJ

On July 8, 2022, New Method Restoration received a call regarding a house fire that caused extensive damage to the property. Not only was there fire and smoke damage, but water damage resulted from extinguishing the fire. The entire interior of the home was irreparably damaged because of a stove fire.

Seasoned project manager, Josh Marks, arrived onsite to assess the extent of the damage and determine a detailed scope of work. After communicating with the homeowner’s insurance company, Josh quickly dispatched a crew of technicians to begin working on clearing the property.

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Sewage Backup Cleanup and Restoration - Asbury Park NJ

On May 29, 2022, New Method Restoration received a call regarding a sewage backup which affected a bathroom and basement, as well as a den and utility room.

Project manager Keiron Brown arrived onsite quickly to assess the damages that resulted from the backup. 

He thoroughly inspected the site, documented all findings, and presented the homeowner with a detailed scope of work.  Keiron also helped the customer with filing an insurance claim for the damages that resulted.

Our skilled technicians were dispatched and removed the affected sheetrock and insulation, removed baseboards in the den and bathroom, and removed carpeting. 

The basement floor was steam cleaned and all affected areas were sanitized and disinfected with an organic antimicrobial spray.  All trash and debris were removed from the property and properly disposed of by our technicians. 

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Sump Pump Failure Water Damage in Warren NJ

On May 31, 2022, New Method Restoration responded to a call regarding a sump pump failure in a finished basement, resulting in flooding in a utility room, closet, bathroom, and main basement area.

Project manager Armand Pallino arrived at the property in under 90 minutes to assess the damages that occurred because of this failure.  He documented all findings and presented the homeowner with a clear scope of recommended work. 

Armand was also able to assist the homeowner during the process of filing an insurance claim for the damages incurred.

Our trained technicians arrived onsite quickly and began work in the main basement area, where they moved all content, set up containment in the space, removed baseboards and toe kicks, removed affected sheetrock and insulation, and removed laminate flooring. 

In the bathroom, all content was moved, baseboards detached, affected sheetrock removed, and carpeting was removed and disposed of. 

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New Jersey Water Damage Restoration Specialists

Our WATER RESTORATION PROCESS

 

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Initial Site visit

a water restoration Project Manager will be dispatched within minutes to assess your water damages 

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Containment, Mitigation, and Drying

our specialized equipment and technicians will begin water remediation

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Satisfaction

your Project Manager will continue to work with you to ensure proper sanitization and that all expectations are met or exceeded.

 

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NJ Headquarters 
3 Coral Street
Edison, NJ 08837

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NJ Headquarters 
3 Coral Street
Edison, NJ 08837
888 898 1768
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