New wood floors.
A home full of wooden floors flooded with water and the water sat for a prolonged period of time. When water sits on wood floors it begins to buckle in the areas where the planks connect. The wood may also start to collect water like a cup from drooping inward. If water sits too long on wood floors, there is no "saving" them. This is why it's important to get our team out to the home as soon as possible in case we are able to save the flooring and reduce cost prices for the homeowner. New flooring can be very expensive so we try to restore before even thinking about replacing. In this case, the flooring was much past the point of being able to be restored.