SERVPRO responds around-the-clock to help cleanup and restore homes and businesses after Mercer County property disasters
Fast Action is a critical component to the recovery of your property following any kind of damage. Our Mercer County SERVPRO professionals know how important time management and efficient procedures are to mitigate your Princeton damages quickly and minimize the disruption to your daily operations.
• Isolate Fire Damaged Areas
• Water Damage Remediation
• Pack-Out for Contents
• Customized Soot Removal
• Eliminating the Stress of Reconstruction
Often during a fire restoration, many recovery operations need to happen simultaneously, some of our crew will work on water extraction and demolition, while others will inventory and pack up items to move to another location to help prevent further property damage from exposure to contaminated areas. Smoke and soot particles are small and can get deep inside building materials, furniture and other porous items. HEPA filters help our industrial strength air scrubbers and vacuums capture soot, purify the air and neutralize odors. Our SERVPRO of East Windsor location is fortunate to offer restoration and rebuilding services following a property disaster from fire, water or mold. Using our highly qualified construction team will help keep your recovery process moving steady and hassle free, often it can minimize costs and completion time.
New Jersey has many choices for local restoration companies but choosing a full-service company with trusted leadership in the restoration industry, exceptional training and experience and a long history of satisfied customers and successful property recoveries in this community is easy. Choosing SERVPRO of East Windsor is a preferred choice offering all of these advantages and more, our highly-trained technicians use top-quality equipment and technology to avoid the complex challenges that come with the cleanup, repair and mitigation of fire, flood, water or mold concerns to make your municipal property damage, “Like it never even happened.”