Frederick Dishwasher Causes Water Damage
The dishwasher in this Frederick kitchen flooded the pine hardwood flooring with a significant volume of water. Another reason why NOT to run this appliance when no one is at home. The water seeped into the joints of the floorboards and the plywood subfloor beneath them. Sometimes a small, controlled demolition is needed to get back to "Like it never even happened." SERVPRO techs can remove the upper planks to dry and also preserve the laminated sheathing, as shown in the After Photo. We remove the floor trim to ensure we extract any moisture absorbed into the sheetrock. Our highly trained water damage restoration technicians understand and follow the best practices of our industry--we strive to preserve and restore, and not replace building elements and fixtures. Don't dispair; just contact us for fast help.