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STORM CLEAN UP RECOMMENDATIONS

Below is a list of recommended Clean Up/Restoration Companies.  Please read the following recommendations on starting the clean up process:

  1. It is OK to start the clean up process before an adjuster gets to your property if it will prevent further damage or stop mold from forming
  2. Document Everything and take pictures Before clean up
  3. DO NOT throw anything out, everything will need to be looked at by the adjuster
  4. Find a place outside to put all trash that won’t be taken away until the adjuster says it is ok to get rid of
  5. You can call any of the legitimate restoration companies to begin the clean up before an adjuster is there – Just double check that they will document as much as possible and you should still document everything.


Adams Technical Maintenance 800-377-6623

All Risk Insurance Damage 856-337-6128 24hrs

AllStates Services 800-379-6694    –  732-956-3900

Arsi Cleanup 800-792-8625

Empire Restoration Services 800-889-1870  (Middlesex, Monmouth & Ocean Counties)

First Clean 800-309-3881

Flex Restoration 877-858-3539

Gemini Restoration 877-774-3646

IRS 800-634-0261

K & S Restoration 800-841-3616   (All NJ & Part of PA)

Mark 1 Restoration 800-243-4733

Maxon’s Restoration 973-338-6767    (Does North Jersey)

Mammoth Restoration 888-671-7976  (Does Not Do North Jersey)

Rapid Recovery Services 866-505-5600  (Works with AIG Ins. Co)

Paul Davis Restoration 888-473-7669

Remediation Specialists 800-395-8368

ServiceMaster 732-292-4550

ServPro Manahawkin 609-549-0379

ServPro 800-737-8776 (all over)

Start 2 Finish 856-297-4252   (All of NJ & Part of PA)

Stretch’s Cleaning Service 609-361-240

Woods Restoration 800-385-2122

Move Over Laws

We want remind everyone as many of you are planning to travel, that many states are enforcing “MOVE OVER “ laws.

When you see an emergency vehicle on the side of the road these laws require motorists to slow down and move into an adjacent lane if it is safe to do so. More and more states are now enforcing these laws on interstate highways.

Please remember that besides slowing down you must move a lane away from the emergency vehicle. Failure to do so could earn you a ticket and higher car insurance. The good news is that as more people are aware of this law it will help protect our first responders who risk their lives protecting the public.

Army Corps’ Contractor Changes LBI Beach Project Schedule Again

The Army Corps of Engineers’ Contractor has once again changed the schedule of the Beach Replenishment project on Long Beach Island. It will now begin in mid to late April in Ship Bottom. The project is expected to be there for about a month, then it will move into Long Beach Twp.  It will then proceed south in Long Beach Twp, until the project finishes in Holgate. In August, they will also begin to work on the north end of Long Beach Twp. The work expected to be completed sometime in April of 2016. For updates on the project, and it’s schedule, follow the link below for the Army Corps’ website.   http://www.nap.usace.army.mil/Missions/CivilWorks/LongBeachIslandStormDamageReduction.aspx

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