It really depends on the severity of the flooding. It is dependent on the volume of water spilt on the floor and how long it remains on the floor before it dries or is drained away. In minor flooding scenarios there is often no change to the floors appearance, however instances of major flooding can result in the floor having to be repaired by replacing boards in the damaged area or by sanding and polishing. Long periods of excess water tend to damage the polish on the surface of the floorboards. Bamboozle® boards are engineered in such a way that help them to be more resistant to moisture than a solid timber floor and therefore can often withstand these situations with more resilience. These built in features include; coating the boards with polyurethane on all surfaces and having a cross-lamination layer that includes a humidity expansion gap. It is also understood that the bamboo fibre is regarded to be more water resistant than most timber fibres.