Water Damage

Water Damage

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Swelling along plank edges

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Elevated moisture

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Damage from elevated moisture

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Damaged from elevated moisture

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Water damage

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Cupping from elevated subfloor moisture

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Moisture intrusion

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Water damage

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Water damage

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Buckling

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Buckling from elevated substrate moisture

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Buckling

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Elevated moisture causing buckling

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Elevated moisture reading

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Buckling from elevated moisture and lack of expansion space

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Buckling

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Laminate floor swelling from urine contamination

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Swelling from moisture intrusion

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Swelling from pet urine

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What you need to know

Water Damage from above is usually very readily apparent. It can be tracked with a moisture meter that will show higher moisture readings in certain places where the damage occurs.

Repair: The First step is to stop the source of the moisture. If it’s a

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