Like it never even happened
Water Damaged Hardwood Floors
Cupping occurs when water is absorbed from the sides and bottom of the wood. This normally happens when water pools underneath the wood during a water loss. The edges will slightly raise or “cup.” Cupping can often be sanded out.
If Your Hardwood Floors Have Been Affected By a Water Damage, Called SERVPRO of Bear/New Castle - (302) 392-6000
SERVPRO of Bear/New Castle utilized advanced drying equipment and techniques to extract water and moisture from water damaged hardwood floors and restored them to their original state.
Call SERVPRO of Bear/New Castle, DE at (302) 392-6000 for all your cleaning, water damage, fire damage and mold remediation needs!