Hardwood is a highly durable flooring solution that combines functionality with a natural rustic aesthetic appeal. However, its one main weakness is prolonged water exposure, which can cause all sorts of staining, warping, and damage to your floors. In the event of a leak or flood in your home, your hardwood flooring could be left damaged and marred. Thankfully, there are a couple of things that you can do to help restore the appearance of your hardwood flooring.
26 July 2017
If your home has water damage from a flood, a leak or another issue, you need to ensure your pet is safe while you take steps to mediate the damage or while you wait for a damage contractor to help you. Unfortunately, water damage or flooding can affect animals adversely in a number of ways. Here's what to keep in mind to protect your pet: 1. Water damage to electrical wires could cause fires.
5 February 2016
One of the worst disasters homeowners face is when their basements flood. Not only are there health risks due to contamination and electrical shock, a flooded home is extremely susceptible to extensive structural damage. If your home ever experiences a flood, there are several important things to understand before you attempt to remove the water and restore your home back to pre-flood condition. Here's what you need to know. Take precautions for your health
24 August 2015
Part of the charm of owning a historic home comes from its interior woodwork and original hardwood floors. If you are lucky enough that your turn of the century home's antique woodwork and flooring are still intact, you should do all you can to preserve them, even after a flood or other water damage. Here are some tips to help you clean and repair your home's wood flooring after it has been damaged by water.
19 August 2015