What can I do about warped hardwood flooring?

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Old 04-05-17, 12:28 PM
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What can I do about warped hardwood flooring?

Ok, so I had a dog who since passed away who in her old age had problems holding it so therefore started pee'ing on our wood floors, which I believe was engineered hardwood. We have a few spots where the seams are where the wood started rising or warping. Do I have to re-do the whole floor or is there a way I can just replace the warped panels, if I can bring in a sample of a panel to try and match with a supplier, or is it highly unlikely I can do that? I'm thinking the challenge is the slats are interlocked and therefore would be more difficult to replace one slat, right? Or is there a way to flatten the wood out again?
 
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Old 04-05-17, 01:32 PM
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Pictures would be helpful but if engineered floor usually not to much can be done.
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