Storm & Flood Damage Restoration in Newton & Somerville, NJ

Powerful, unpredictable storms can result in heavy flooding, downed trees and flying debris, roof, window or siding damage, water damage, or more. Damage can be extensive, and any delay in your water damage cleanup can lead to mold growth and hazardous air quality. 

At PDQ Fire & Water Damage Restoration, our IICRC-certified specialists are ready 24/7 to restore your property to its pre-loss condition after storm and flood damage. We understand storms can occur at any moment, and we give our utmost attention to your property in the most dire time of need. Our expertise, advanced equipment and methods deliver the best results, service and your total satisfaction.

We assist customers in Montville, Madison, New Vernon, Chatham, and across our NJ service area. Call us at 973-447-3363 or contact us online to arrange a consultation with a PDQ Fire & Water Damage Restoration representative.

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Hurricanes, wind storms, tornadoes, or other bursts are are capable of uprooting trees and causing severe structural damage to a roof and property. Roof or other damage can let in elements and further water damage from additional storms, as well as animals or pests. Professional board-up or tarp-over services are the logical, necessary safeguard.

PDQ Fire & Water Damage Restoration specializes in storm emergencies. We have the equipment to safely remove debris from your property, regardless of the size and scope. Our board-up or tarp-over services keep your property protected from further water damage, while our experts restore the structural damage. We'll deliver the most efficient, effective recovery from your storm and flood damage

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More Storm & Flood Restoration By PDQ

PDQ Restoration is a full-service, insured and certified disaster restoration provider across New Jersey that also provides:

  • Water removal
  • Debris removal
  • Board-up service
  • Structural restoration
  • Water extraction and drying
  • Insurance claim assistance

Trust PDQ Restoration for Emergency Storm Damage Restoration in Montville, NJ

Count on PDQ Fire & Water Damage Restoration when your home or business faces storm and flood damage, and we'll begin work immediately. Our team is prepared 24/7 to help you tackle further damage and hasten your storm damage recovery. We assist customers in Maywood, Flemington, Somerville, Hampton, and across our NJ service area. Call us at 973-447-3363 or contact us online to book an appointment with a PDQ Fire & Water Damage Restoration team member.

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Sussex, NJ

Our Project Managers arrived within 60 minutes of their call. They inspected the damage, took moisture readings, and determined the best solution to remediate the damage in their home. Our IICRC-certified technicians started immediately by setti...

Ledgewood, NJ

PDQ immediately began demo and removed the drop ceiling, insulation and wood flooring that was affected. Debris was then cleaned and antimicrobial was applied and drying equipment was setup to dry the building. Containment was also setup so the conte...

Glen Ridge, NJ

When we arrived to the Client's home, we assessed the damage. We explained to the homeowners our plan of action. They were pleased to know we could work with their insurance adjuster and insurance company, State Farms, directly. We started wor...

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Caldwell, NJ

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Outstanding service, very professional, cleaned up very well, excellent communication. PDQ made look easy a job that seemed impossible at first. I’d leave a 6/5 if I could.

Bernardsville, NJ

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PDQ did a fantastic job and I would recommend this company to anyone! Couldn't be happier!

Bedminister, NJ

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Aqueel and his crew were very professional and courteous. They helped guide us through the insurance process and did a great job cleaning and fixing the basement after our leak. Great services; I would highly recommend.

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