Water On Your Wood Floors? We Can Save Them!
Wood floors are especially vulnerable to water damage. When your hardwood floors are covered in water or there is excess humidity in your home due to flooding or water damage, the wood will actually absorb water.
This can lead to cupping or buckling of the floor. Depending on the type of wood floors you have in your home, it may be possible to restore the surface after cupping has occurred, but damage can be prevented with prompt removal of the water and controlled drying of the floors.
How Regent Can Save Your Floors
- High-Tech Hardwood Mat Drying System
- Wood Floor Cupping Fix
- Moisture Removal
- Water Extraction
- Sustained Solid Wood Floor Drying
When your wood floors are affected by flooding or water damage, it’s important to take immediate action to remove any standing water, extract any water trapped beneath the surface and dry the floors until a normal moisture level is maintained.
In today’s market, there are a variety of types of wood flooring available, but generally only solid wood floors can be restored after evidence of cupping.
Regent’s Professional Wood Floor Drying
Damage to hardwood floors can occur in as little as 24 hours after water damage or flooding, and it is imperative that you call a hardwood floor drying specialist right away to mitigate any damage and extract excess water on the surface or below the surface of the wood.
Regent Restoration provides emergency water damage services, including wood floor drying.
Contact us today to learn more about wood floor water damage and how we can help.