wood floor problem
Superstorm Sandy flooded our first floor with 10 inches of water. All remediation and repairs have been completed including new wood floors. After several months, the wood floors have "cupped" as my contractor calls it. They have beveled and you can actually feel the ripples in the floor. The contractor says I should give it a year, as the moisture levels and heat and humidity settle. He also says, the floor subcontractor has been doing floors for twenty years and he certainly didn't put the floors in too tight. I'm not sure I believe this. Thanks for any thoughts and comments.