There was a leak in our condo discovered within 8 hours of when it occurred. It was clean water and affected a small portion of our Brazilian oak hardwood flooring. A restoration company has been on the scene for a month and recommends replacement of the entire condo hardwood flooring because, they say, it is not drying. The company that made the flooring is out of business and there is no way to match the flooring. There is no buckling, swelling and it looks just like the rest of the wood that was not damaged. They say it's not drying well due to the repellent nature of the finish. We love our floor and want to save it. They say the moisture reading is still 90% after a month of professional drying. We could understand if everything was totally submerged for a long time but this was just some overflow from the bathroom into part of a bedroom and part of the living room that was discovered relatively quickly. They want us to sign a contract to replace all the hardwood flooring. We do not know what to do and are feeling pressured. We know next to nothing about flooring restoration and any advice would be appreciated. Should we tell them to keep on drying? Does it sound reasonable that the moisture level could still be 90% after a month of drying? Should we call someone else for a second opinion and if so, is there anyone else who can give that advice besides a restoration company? Thanks, in advance, for any advice!