A leak from a copper pipe caused water damage to walls, ceiling, custom wood trim, insulation, and oak hardwood floors. The extent of the damage and the path of water was located with a hydrosensor. The unsalvageable building material was neatly cut out, disposed of in contractor trash bags, and photo-documented. All furniture and wall hangings were moved and protected with plastic from the work area. The water damaged areas were treated with Benefect, a botanical disinfectant. The dust from demolition was thoroughly cleaned using a vacuum with a HEPA filter. After all clean up was complete, drying equipment was placed to dry wood studs and header above windows. Low humidity warm air from dehumidifiers was directed with plastic tubing toward the subfloor underbelly in the crawl space to dry the hardwood floor.