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Repairing Water Damaged Wood Floors

Repairing Water Damaged Wood Floors

Hardwood Floor Repair Start by drying the floor If the water is just a puddle from someone's wet boots or a leak in the kitchen, first mop up the moisture then dry the floor as best you can. A fan or a hair dryer on a low setting will help dry both the surface and the...

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How to Repair a Water-Damaged Hardwood Floor

How to Repair a Water-Damaged Hardwood Floor

Hardwood Floor Repair Step 1. - To remove a smoky white haze or a white spot, buff the finish with a soft cotton cloth and a very mild abrasive, such as whitening toothpaste, auto-polishing compound, or tobacco ash mixed with mineral oil, until the stain disappears....

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Repairing Water Damaged Hardwood Floors

Repairing Water Damaged Hardwood Floors

Water Damage Floor Restoration How Much Water Has Affected Your Hardwood Floors? Whether there was a tiny or a large spill on your water damaged hardwood floor, the first thing you must do to save your hardwood floor is to eliminate any excess water that has not been...

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Repairing Water Damaged Hardwood Floors

How Flood Damage Affects Wood Floors

Water Damage Floor Restoration Warping and Buckling.Wood floors that absorb excess water are susceptible to warping and buckling. The water soaked boards become misshapen and push against one another. There is a real risk of the warping or buckling becoming permanent...

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Choosing a Floor

Choosing a Floor

Hardwood floor installation contractor in Houston Wood Species.Your selection of a hardwood floor begins with the wood species. The species determines a floor’s appearance and its durability. Each wood species has a unique look that’s defined by its graining and other...

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