Flooring and Water Damage Restoration in Chesapeake
Many kitchens today have hardwood floors and when your dishwasher fails and dumps gallons and gallons of hot water onto it, well that's a water damage emergency. Here are some tidbits about the effects of water damage on different types of flooring.
- Wood floors can soak up a lot of water so immediate action is necessary to help maintain the quality of the flooring.
- Laminate floors when wet peel away very easily and will have to be replaced with new ones.
- Linoleum floors can be salvaged as long as water has not seeped underneath. If water has spread to the walls of the flooring, more than likely the flooring will have to be replaced.
- Tile flooring is considered non-porous and can be cleaned and disinfected easily.
We know that every water damage situation is unique. Our trained water damage technicians assess the damage and determine the proper cleanup and restoration process needed to help make it "Like it never even happened."