- First, take a piece of chalk or a grease pencil and draw a box around the entire damaged area.
- Set the circular saw according to the board depth, and cut along the square you've just drawn.
- Using the pry bar, or chisel and hammer, remove the damaged board.
Accordingly, what would cause a hardwood floor to buckle up?
If there is one enemy hardwood floors have, it has got to be moisture, and buckling is what you get when hardwood floors have been exposed to moisture for an extended period of time. This often arises after flooding, subfloor moisture buildup, drainage problems, or leaking pipes. laterally, it leads to floor buckling.
Beside above, how do you stop a wooden floor from buckling?
To help protect your hardwood floors against cupping, follow these 5 tips:
- Only install acclimated wood floors.
- Fasten floor boards properly.
- Install a whole-home humidifier.
- Never damp mop a wood floor.
- Run vents as much as possible.
Mold grows on organic materials in environments with high humidity or trapped moisture. Unfortunately for your hardwood floors that means they are vulnerable to damage and mold growth underneath them when there has been water or flood damage.