I hope everyone is safe after the storm. Live in Bridgewater and have
no power since just after midnight on Monday night/Tuesday morning.
But I do have hot water and top of stove works. Unfortunately my
parents house in Sayreville was flooded with 18 inches on first floor
and my brother was unable to get his car out in time. I have my
mother's wedding picture and my brother is safe which all that matters!
Never has it been this bad and we are trying to salvage what we can.
Looking for help, assistance, experience and knowledge dealing with
this. There is a basement to be clean out - we are hoping to save my
grandmother's china cabinet and a old rocking horse. Furnance, hot
water heater, washer and dryer are toast. So if anyone is able to lend
a hand, has knowledge on working with FEMA, insurance companies and the
legalities that go with this or a contractor who knows what we have to
rip up and what can be salvaged - please let me know. Either txt me on
my cell at[masked] or send me an email at [address removed],
I would greatly appreciate it.
Just remember also to be appreciative of our loved ones plus be kind to
those workers and volunteers who are on cleanup and repair work.
Everyone is in my thoughts and prayers.