Can Hardwood Floors be Saved after Water Damage?
SERVPRO of South San Francisco City/ San Bruno loves to save True Hardwood Floors that have been affected by a Clean Water Source. As long as your Wood Floors are True Hardwood and the drying process is started right away we can save your floors!
In order to save the True Hardwood Floors the drying must be started right away. The longer you wait secondary damages can start to occur and sometimes the True Hardwood Floors become non-salvageable and have to be removed and replaced.
There are different types of Wood Floors. Unfortunately, any Laminate and Engineered Wood Floors are usually considered non- salvageable after being wet.