Fire Damage Restoration & Water Damage Restoration in Washington

PDQ Restoration provides the best available fire damage restoration and water damage restoration services for customers in Washington and throughout our New Jersey service area. Our certified technicians serve both residential and commercial customers, including emergency crews that are standing by on a 24/7/365 basis.

Some of our most popular services for homeowners and business owners include:

For years, the proven professionals at PDQ Restoration have handled everything from smoke damage restoration & odor removal services to water extraction, dehumidifying, industrial drying, contents cleaning, and many other water damage restoration services. To learn more about our products and services in Washington, give us a call at 973-447-3363 or click here to schedule an appointment today. When you need it restored ASAP, be sure to call PDQ Restoration!

Services Offered by PDQ Restoration in Washington

PDQ Restoration Services

As a company that focuses on fire damage restoration & water damage restoration services, our crews are as good as it gets in Washington and its surrounding communities when it comes to experience, expertise, state-of-the-art equipment, and customer service. Reach out to us when you need help with:

Our expert service team will make sure that all the building codes and requirements are adhered to as we rebuild your residence or business in Washington. We also provide assistance with your insurance claim.

Trust PDQ with Your Fire & Water Damage Restoration Needs in Washington

When a flood, fire, storm, or heavy winds damage your property in Washington, you can rely on the proven professionals from PDQ Restoration to arrive at your property ASAP with the most comprehensive fire damage restoration & water damage restoration services available. For years, we have set the industry standard for residential and commercial customers when it comes to restoration services within our New Jersey service area. Call us at 973-447-3363 to learn more or click here to schedule an appointment today with one of our certified craftsmen!

More About Washington

The city of Washington, New Jersey located in Warren County is slowly on the decline in terms of population. Their population has been decreasing since 2000 and it is a question as to why. Some believe that the decreasing population numbers is due to the borough having the 23rd sixth highest property tax rate in New Jersey. The borough is located in the easternmost region of the Lehigh Valley. The borough was formed in 1868 and named after George Washington. The borough of Washington grew in the 19 century as a result of new roads that ran through the borough connecting the borough to most of the state.

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March 03, 2024 | Washington, NJ

Upon receiving Nora V.'s distress call from Washington, NJ, PDQ Restoration mobilized a specialized team equipped to handle smoke and fire damage restoration. Our first step was a comprehensive assessment to gauge the extent of damage to the structure and contents. We then implemented thorough cleaning protocols to remove soot residues from surfaces using appropriate cleaning agents and techniques. Advanced deodorization methods, including the use of "hydroxyl" technology, were employed to neutralize smoke odors embedded in carpets, upholstery, and walls. Additionally, we conducted structural repairs where necessary to ensure the integrity of Nora's home. Throughout the restoration process, we maintained clear communication with Nora, providing updates and ensuring her peace of mind. Our goal was to swiftly and effectively restore her property, allowing Nora and her family to return to a safe and clean environment.

February 16, 2024 | Washington, NJ

Upon receiving Addison U.'s distress call from Washington, NJ, PDQ Restoration immediately dispatched a specialized team to assess the water damage. Our first priority was to contain the water intrusion and begin extraction using advanced equipment to minimize further damage. We then implemented rapid drying techniques to restore normal moisture levels and prevent mold growth. Our team conducted thorough inspections to identify and repair the broken pipe, ensuring no further water ingress. Throughout the restoration process, we documented progress and communicated transparently with Addison, ensuring they were informed and reassured until their home was fully restored.

January 04, 2024 | Washington, NJ

Upon arrival at Aurora R.'s home in Washington, NJ, PDQ Restoration assessed the extent of the smoke damage caused by the puffback. We utilized specialized equipment to remove soot from all affected surfaces, including walls, ceilings, and furniture. To address the lingering odor, we deployed hydroxyl generators, which neutralize smoke odors without harmful chemicals. Our comprehensive cleanup process ensured that Aurora's basement was free of soot and odors, restoring a clean and healthy environment.

March 07, 2024 | Washington, NJ

Upon assessing Grace N.'s home in Washington, NJ, PDQ Restoration implemented a comprehensive plan to address the water damage and mold growth. We began by locating and fixing the plumbing leak to prevent further water damage. Our team then used industrial-grade dehumidifiers and air movers to dry out the affected areas, including wet walls and carpet. To tackle the mold, we employed HEPA vacuums and air scrubbers to remove mold spores from the air. Additionally, we treated all impacted surfaces with antimicrobial solutions to eliminate mold and prevent future growth. Our thorough and effective approach ensured Grace's home was restored to a safe and healthy condition.

May 12, 2022 | Washington, NJ

When we arrived at the home in Washington, New Jersey, we noticed the base cabinet which holds the kitchen sink was rotten on the bottom. The sink faucet was faulty and there was a slow drip in the back of the cabinet. The Homeowner wanted us to try to save the face of the cabinets (which we were able to). The flooring in front of the cabinet was dry. In the basement the sheathing subfloor was wet beneath the cabinet above. The Team begin by setting up containment in the basement as well as one in the kitchen. A dehumidifier, air scrubber and a fan were put in the containment of the basement to begin dry out from underneath the kitchen. A dehumidifier and air scrubber were also placed in the kitchen to start stabilizing. They removed the insulation in the affected area of the basement. Contents in the basement were moved to clear way for containment. The Team removed the affected areas, including cabinets. They had to cut out a small portion of the subfloor, due to rotting. They removed some drywall from the back-wall due to mold. The cabinet next to the affected had some residual mold but no rot. The Team scrubbed and sterilized the affected areas clean. They monitored the areas until dry standards were met. The Homeowner was pleased we could work with their insurance, State Farm, directly.