When people outside of New Jersey think of the state, they often picture the industrial areas in Newark or the extended New York metroplex area that marks many of the commuter neighborhoods on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River. They rarely think of places like Hunterdon County, which is known for its rolling hills, gorgeous scenery, and rich soil, helping earn New Jersey’s Garden State nickname. Full of old-town charm and historic buildings, Hunterdon County may be one of the most picturesque locations in the entire state, and residents there enjoy the combination of small-town feeling and easy access to one of the most vibrant metropolitan areas in the entire world.
Preserving the past while preparing for the future is somewhat of a tradition in Hunterdon County, which means that when homes or commercial buildings are threatened by natural disasters, it can be critical to fixing those problems without threatening the underlying historical authenticity of buildings.
Why is Hunterdon County at high risk for water damage? Well, the hilly area features a number of rivers including the Delaware River, the Musconetcong River, the Lamington River, and the South Branch of the Raritan River. When rains are high, snow melt is extreme, or any type of large weather system moves in from the coast, all of these rivers combine to make the area high-risk for certain types of floods, and floods mean water damage.
If you have experienced a floor, water damage, or another type of natural disaster, you may not know where to turn for safe, effective, affordable service that will protect your property, your health, and your wallet. Statewide has been providing quality services to New Jersey residents since 1969. We provide service throughout the Hunterdon County area including: Bloomsbury, Califon, Flemington, Frenchtown, Glen Gardner, Hampton, High Bridge, Lebanon, Milford, Stockton, Lambertville, Clinton, Alexandria Township, Bethlehem Township, Clinton Township, Annandale, Delaware Township, Sergeantsville, East Amwell Township, Ringoes, Holland Township, Kingwood Township, Lebanon Township, Raritan Township, Readington Township, Mechanicsville, Readington Village, Stanton, Three Bridges, Whitehouse, Whitehouse Station, Tewksbury Township, Oldwick, Union Township, West Amwell Township, Cokesbury, Pittstown, and Pottersville.
If you need emergency restoration services, call Statewide at 732-238-3366732-238-3366 to find out how we can help you.
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