Contact PuroClean of Hoboken if your residential or commercial property is being impacted by flooding or you suspect that there is mold build-up. We will respond immediately with remediation and restoration solutions for your commercial or residential property located in the Hudson County area. Whether a water pipe causes damage in the kitchen that has burst or a window frame leaking during a storm, PuroClean will restore your property to its pre-damaged condition.
Damage from fire and smoke can have long-term effects on your home or business. Fire damage is any damage to property caused by burning. Whether with flames, smoke, or any other corrosive substances emitted by fire, our experts will evaluate the overall damage to your home or business. PuroClean of Hoboken wants to remove all signs of fire or smoke damage or odors. We provide the newest fire damage restoration services certified through IICRC.Read more
Our technicians use PuroClean RapidDefense™ to sanitize public spaces. Our system helps stop the spread of pathogen-based illnesses, like Influenza, COVID-19, and MRSA. The EPA products provide up to 3 months of protection to prevent contamination and minimize the risk of pathogens spreading.Read more
Monoammonium phosphate, ABC Dry Chemical, ABE Powder, tri-class, or multi-purpose dry chemical is a dry chemical extinguishing agent used on class A, class B, and class C fires. It uses [...]
The symptoms normally resemble “allergies:” itchy eyes, sneezing, coughing, etc. However, different molds will affect different people in different ways. If you believe you might be suffering from exposure to [...]
In most losses, cleaning the soot and smoke is the toughest part. Moreover, even small fires can cause major damage within minutes and leave lingering odors if not cleaned up [...]
Warranties offer a variety of coverages. Check your warranty and/or call the “help” number for the company offering the warranty. [...]
There are a multitude of different molds that can be found in a home. When you discover mold the “name” of the mold is much less significant than the fact [...]