Re: Help with water-logged cabinets
In addition to what was said, it is also quite likely that you will have mold growth in, under, and around the cabinets where air can not get to readily, leaving behind a musty odor at best, or a choking mold odor at worst, neither of which are healthy to be around.
Call your insurance adjuster and demand that the cabinets be replaced. DO NOT accept any settlements until you've consulted with several contractors to do the repairs. While you will not get 100% replacement value, odds are, a good contractor can get you what you deserve.
Off the top of my head, you will have the cabinets, possibly countertops, depending on what they are, drywall behind the cabinets, not to mention the plumbing repair. Possible flooring damage as well, while it may be ok at the moment, if water got into the subfloor or between slab and finish floor, again, not a good thing, hence why you want to consult with several contractors before accepting a settlement.
Good luck and keep us posted.
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