RESTORATION SERVICES | NEW JERSEY 2017-04-10T18:12:11+00:00



RDC Restoration is one of New Jersey’s top insurance restoration contractors specializing in water damage cleanup, fire damage cleanup and restoration, mold remediation and mold testing as well as remodeling and reconstruction. RDC Restoration specializes in providing 24/7 emergency services to commercial clients, municipalities and residential customers when disaster strikes.

RDC Restoration takes immediate action in your time of need. When a disaster strikes that causes water or fire property damage, RDC Restoration will be on the scene fast with a team of professionals to solve your problem. RDC Restoration is committed to the highest level of service to our customers. We make sure all of our employees have the highest level training available to provide our customers with quality and efficient workmanship when it comes to your home or commercial building.

With multiple deployment crews, RDC Restoration is prepared to handle both large and small jobs. We service the entire state of New Jersey and work closely with insurance providers and you to provide reliable cost assessment, mitigation and reconstruction services to restore your property back to a pre-loss condition.


Water damage can occur as a result of a variety of disasters. Rain, sleet, hail or snow storms are destructive, but so are broken or burst pipes, faulty sewer lines and backed up toilets, leaky roofs, and in the event of a fire, the water used to fight the fire. More…


RDC Restoration will respond 24/7 to your commercial or residential loss due to fire or smoke. Working in-conjunction with your insurance carrier, our team can immediately begin the process of protecting your property from further loss or damage.  More…



RDC Restoration  has expert disaster cleanup and repair teams working throughout New Jersey. Storm Damage is cleaned up quickly and thoroughly, returning our customers to pre-loss condition efficiently and professionally. More…


Water damage that is not mitigated properly, can potentially lead to mold and the growth of bacteria in an affected/damaged property. When spores are present in large quantities, they are a health hazard to humans, potentially causing allergic reactions and respiratory problems. More…