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Hardwood Floor Repair and Drying 

A flood can turn your property upside down. If it's from heavy storms, a burst pipe, clogs, or any other source. Water Damage can severly damage your hardwood floors. When a flood occurs, every second counts so call us and we'll provide you a detailed typed up quote asap. We can work with any insurance company or mortagae company. We have over 20 years experience working with these types of flooring issues. 

If you're in need of these services, we can help. Our team will visit quickly to access and normally withing a few hours. 

Identifying and Fixing the Source of the Damage

 A house flood can occur from a number of reasons. Inclement weather can cause rainwater to enter a house, and faulty plumbing or a water leak from a  roof can leave serious water damage, over time. Our flood recovery services can stop the source of incoming water and provide quick, effective drying services to reverse the damage and prevent future issues.

Both during and after a flood, the overall level of humidity in the area rises. This not only damages the hardwood but it can also promote mold and mildew, which is why drying and dehumidification are a critical parts of the water removal process.


Even small floods can leave contaminants that will erode your floors long after the water has dried. This is why a professional assessment is necessary after every flood—not matter how minor the damage may seem.


Caring and Maintaining Repaired or Refinished Flooring

Professional hardwood restoration will return your floor’s original luster and beauty. However, you must practice responsible care to maintain its appearance. For at least one week, avoid walking on the floor, and do not place furniture in the room for at least two weeks. Also, be sure to clean spills as soon as possible, and sweep and mop your hardwood floor regularly.

Caring for a hardwood floor requires regular refinishing. This will protect the wood underneath. If you properly maintained your floor before the flood, it may only require basic cleaning and dehumidification. But in more severe cases, the contractor may need to strip or sand the floor before applying a new finish.

​if Your Floors Have Experienced Serious Flood Damaged, It Will Require Replacing. Fortunately, Our Contractors Can Help You. 

We are the #1 Hardwood Floor Restoration in the Metro Orlando Area

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