Flooring Removed for Drying After Dishwasher Leak
This customer had a dishwasher leak in their kitchen. While this is already a frustrating situation, they had the added stress of the wood floors in the kitchen needing to be removed because they were damaged by the water as well. It’s no fun to have to remove and then replace flooring after damage occurs, but it certainly beats the alternative.
If flooring and subflooring is not completely dried after water damage, it can lead to mold. This can be bad for your property, but it can be even worse for your health. So even though the situation is less than ideal, it is the best course of action to achieve the goal of making the damage feel, “Like it never even happened.”