After a water emergency, flood, spill, or leak, it is imperative to extract the water and start the drying process on your hardwood floors quickly. Even if you think your hardwood floors are well-finished, waxed, or sealed, think again.
Hardwood floors have many infiltration points. Water can get into the pores, top layer, between seems, break through the coating, get under the baseboards, through registers, and other areas which will cause your hardwood flooring to discolor, swell, warp, cup, and buckle. Permanently ruining the hardwood flooring. That is why when it comes to water damage cleanup & hardwood floor drying, immediate response is crucial.