Is Water Damage Irreversible?
SERVPRO Can Stop Water Intrusion at Source and Restore your Bloomfield Home
The township of Bloomfield in Essex County, New Jersey, has a modest population of 28,370 residents and was first incorporated into the United States as the Franklin Township. Nutley's name comes from a nearby estate that stretched across the Passaic River and was an artist's commune for much of the nineteenth century. Much has been written about the history of Nutley, which was first settled on in 1693 by Dutch painter Bastian Van Giesen. The property purchased remains to this day on Chestnut Street.
Close proximity to waterways and the Passaic river saw the township bloom as a center for the construction of mills producing early materials and grain for the local populace. Most of the street names are taken from mills and mill owners. Much of the history of the local area is recorded and available for viewing from the local public. The Nutley Historical Society is a non-profit organization that maintains local museums, historical grounds, estates, and houses in Bloomfield. Nearby townships include Belleville and Nutley on the Essex County side, while Bergen and Passaic county form its ulterior borders.
- Eagle Rock Reservation spans 408 acres of forestry and wildlife preserves and is a part of Essex County parks and maintenance. The natural woodland pinnacles at a bare rock overlook the surrounding counties and New York City. Several walking trails, including the Lenape Trail, pass through Eagle Rock.
- NJ Brew Tours is a car service that takes guests across some of New Jersey's finest craft breweries and wineries. Tickets are bookable for guests and pairs with a knowledgeable guide and information on the various processes or treatments that go into producing great local beverages. Mini-buses leave from Tourism Lane, Nutley.
- Bee 'n' Crafty is a fun activity for families with young children. The center focuses on arts and crafts, running numerous sessions throughout the week. The crafts organization also offers walk-in days with the opportunity to paint canvases and create stained glass.
SERVPRO Can Help Bloomfield Residents Overcome Potentially Damaging Water Intrusion Issues
Water intrusion can come from various sources, including internal plumbing, natural weather events, and appliance malfunction. The process of cleaning, drying, and restoring property is essential to reducing losses. SERVPRO uses advanced equipment to procure a quick resolution to your water intrusion issue. Our ability to mobilize equipment and arrive on-site within four hours of notification of loss stems from our roster of local technicians. These water technicians hold qualifications from a nationally recognized awarding body.
- Thermal imaging cameras can help to isolate water migration issues and potential cavity damage in the home.
- A penetrating moisture probe can detect how much water has been absorbed by a building's framework or fittings in a percentage.
- Thermal hygrometers can help to ensure your home's humidity levels remain at the correct level to avoid secondary vapor damage.
Protect your home from water intrusion. Contact SERVPRO of Bloomfield for water damage at (973) 662-0062.