Affected Hardwood Floors
This flooded home in Travelers Rest, SC was the result of a hot water heater malfunction. Notice the buckling of the flooring due excessive amounts of moisture intrusion.
The second picture was taken two days later after the removal of the flooring had begun and drying was taking place. Ultimately we were able to dry the sub-flooring, save the kitchen island and stitch the hardwood back together again.
The tricky part is leaving the original flooring that is unaffected in a state that can be worked with to blend the new hardwood flooring that will be added to it.
In this case we got it right and the client was extremely happy with our results.