Is a Plumbing Leak Causing you to Walk on Water Instead of Hardwood in Slidell?
Removing Water Damage from Wood Floors in Your Slidell Area Home
Every instance of water intrusion occurring in the Slidell area is different. If it weren’t, we would never need to differentiate between materials. We would always understand what to do, long before anyone even called our office. It makes sense to contact a trained professional for help returning your home to normal after an event occurs.
Since homeowners have an abundance of flooring options for their homes these days, it makes sense that technicians understand how water damage in Slidell affects different materials. They also need to practice the process involved in removing it from different materials, so that you receive optimal results.
Wood, for instance, contains 10% moisture content within its natural structure on average throughout North America. Adding more or removing too much can have a drastic impact on wood's appearance. SERVPRO technicians learn how to adjust moisture levels in your wood floor, quickly returning water damaged flooring to a quality pre-water damage condition, "Like it never even happened."
Too much water often leads to warping, buckling, cupping, crowning, cracks, and splits in wood floors installed in your home. However, many of these defects often return to normal after removing excess water. At SERVPRO, we understand that the effects of moisture on your wood floor often depend on how fast moisture permeates the type of wood used in its construction and how much exposure it endures. The extraction of water at a steady pace allows the planks to often revert to an undamaged appearance.
Particleboard, plywood, and oriented strand board (OSB) can withstand some exposure. However, when left unattended for too long, plywood can delaminate, particleboard and OSB can disintegrate. In general, of these materials, plywood is the most durable. Although, all of them can swell, warp, and buckle after exposure.
SERVPRO restoration services can often save you from paying costly replacement fees. Our highly trained staff and technicians with the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) are available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Take the time to place your initial call for help to receive access to the quality water damage restoration services you deserve.
Contact SERVPRO of Slidell today for more information or to begin your water damage restoration as soon as possible. We have access to all of the resources, personnel, and equipment needed to tackle any size job. (985) 649-1516
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