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What You Need To Do For Water Damage Restoration

There are lots of ways to take on water damage, and water damage restoration is the most important aspect of the situation. No matter how it happens, however, it simply must be dealt with, because putting it off can cause even bigger problems. And no homeowner needs that. It can be confusing at first, but we will help you navigate the entire process in a way that will be as comfortable to you as possible.

Heritage Hardwood Floors serves the areas of McKinney, Plano, Allen, Frisco, and Galvan, all from our McKinney, TX showroom location. Having been in the flooring business since 1978, our expertise and services can be especially beneficial at a time like this. We make the process as painless as possible for the homeowner, working closely with you through every aspect of the procedure. The result is flooring that looks as good as or better than the original, in as little time as possible.

When Water Damage Restoration Is Necessary

Flooding is a likely cause that often necessitates water damage restoration. However, other situations can create this need as well. A massive spill, a washing machine that malfunctions and runs all over your floors, or storm damage that breaks through a roof or wall are all examples of situations where water can severely damage your floors. These might seem like one in a lifetime possibilities, but all it takes is once for you to understand just how problematic they can be to your home.

While large areas of water damage can be a major issue, so can smaller, less evident areas. Even small swatches of laminate, where water has soaked through the grooves during mopping, can cause big problems over a long span of time. Water damage restoration can be necessary for these instances as well and are just as important. Left alone for very long, you’ll begin to notice foul odors, warping planks, and moisture may even begin to seep up from between the planks as you walk on them.

Even less evident is the necessity to fix loosened adhesives that happen as a result of moisture and humidity getting underneath your floor covering. If you notice your flooring has become loose, or if it snaps when you step on it, you could need water damage restoration, even if it seems like there is no water present.
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Floor water damage repair in the Mckinney, Plano & Allen, TX areas by calling heritage hardwood floors

After a flood, you will need to speak with your insurance company to determine your out-of-pocket costs for repairs. Typically, home and business owners will hire a restoration company to dry out their hardwood floors or carpeting. This work will be covered by your homeowners or flood insurance. Then, Heritage Hardwood Floors, LLC can come in to fix the flooring after it has been dried. This work will usually be covered by your insurance, too. We can also provide flooring repair services at commercial properties.

Call 972-562-8610 today to speak with one of our flooring contractors about the water damage in your space.


Mitigating water damage can cost you thousands of dollars if you don't deal with it quickly. Fortunately, Heritage Hardwood Floors is here for you. We offer free consultations and on-site estimates. Contact us right now to book your free consultation.