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Hardwood Floor Drying

Hardwood floor drying is a science and a niche specialty service inside of the water damage restoration industry.

What is Injectidry?

Injectidry is the only true industrial-grade system sold today. This system consists of a series of mats called Vac-It Panels that are placed on the wet floor and taped into place. After the panels are secured, a high-pressure vacuum blower is hooked to lines attached to the Vac-It Panels and is turned on.

Once powered on, the vacuum pulls dampness and moisture from under the water damaged hardwood floors and into the vacuum, quickly drying the panels. In addition to pulling out the moisture present in the hardwood floors, the vacuum also draws dry air into crevices on the bottom of the floorboard.

Hardwood Floor Drying Experts

  • Emergency service available 24/7
  • It’s our policy to be there within the hour
  • No job is too big or too small
  • Fast response to minimize hardwood damage
  • Satisfaction 100% guaranteed

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Companies with the proper experience can assure better results. Inexperienced technicians can over dry a floor and cause permanent damage.

CRI takes care of hardwood floor water damage safely, ensuring the best care for your flooring in the event of a water damage emergency.

Furthermore, our investment in 3 complete hardwood flooring drying systems allows us to fully & extensively handle multiple jobs or large scale hardwood floor drying projects.

Fast Response

Immediate action is key in hardwood floor water damage. Our team at Certified Restoration keeps our phone line open 24 hours a day in case of emergency so our customers have the best chance of restore their hardwood floors.

Latest Technology

We are fully equipped with an Injectidry system in each of our vehicles so we can begin drying all hardwood floors in your home immediately. With Injectidry’s advanced hardwood floor drying methods, hardwood floors can be dried quicker and better saved.

Hardwood Floor Water Damage Problems

It’s obvious that the longer a hardwood floor stays wet, the less chance it has at being saved, and higher chance that the floorboards will cup or warp even after proper drying. Some of the most common problems with hardwood floor water damage are:

  • Cupping: Cupping occurs when the sides of the flooring are higher than the center of the boards. This usually produces a concave shape.
  • Warping: Warping is similar to cupping but is much more severe. Warping usually involves the floor buckling or even popping off the subfloor and should be removed immediately to prevent further damage.
  • Mold: If water damaged hardwood floors are not taken care of immediately, mold growth may occur. This usually results due to a pieces of paper that are normally installed directly underneath the floor during installation to prevent squeaking. If your floor has been wet for an extended amount of time without care, there is a chance that your floor is permanently damaged.