Contact us to find out about our flooring damage restoration services.
When you’ve had a leak or flood in your home, the floor may be suffering the effects. Wood floors tend to be the most impacted by water damage, although vinyl and laminate floors may also start to warp or become damaged after prolonged exposure to a lot of water. Replacing your floors because of a flood can be very expensive, especially if you have real hardwood in your home. Instead of going through the process of replacement, contact our team at Above Board Flooring to learn more about our flooring damage restoration services.
One of the biggest concerns when flooring is exposed to moisture is whether it has penetrated through the materials to the sub-floor. The signs of water damage in flooring vary, depending on what type of flooring materials were used. Some of the most common signs in hardwood include cupping, bulging, and buckling. If you spot any dark spots that aren’t part of the wood’s natural grain, you could also have mold or mildew growing beneath the planks. Laminate flooring may swell, become discolored, or warp, while tile tends to show damage through stains.
When you contact us for flooring damage restoration at your Mooresville, North Carolina home, we’ll start by sending an experienced team member to assess the damage. We also have a certified flooring inspector on our team who specializes in the inspection process of wood flooring. From there, we’ll take every step necessary to dry out the materials and restore your floor to its previous state. Contact us to find out about our flooring damage restoration services.