Sunday morning we noticed the hardwood floor in front of our refrigerator was warped. We pulled the frdige out, noticed just a little water by the ice maker line, wiped it up and put the fridge back figuring it must be coming from somewhere else. Monday morning the floor was worse and spreading. I went down the basement and our drop ceiling was bulging with water dripped from abotu five different places. I took the tiles down and put buckets under the drips and spent the next two hours trying to figure out where it was coming from, turning the water off into the home and draining all the pipes. Plumber verified it was the ice maker line that was leaking right under the floor line and water had penetrated the subflooring and rafters and buckled the wood floor. Since then we have had huge dehumidifiers and blowers and drying pads in kitchen, dining room and basement trying to try up the water. Thank goodness it appears that insurance will cover the damage but they have to rip up the wood that is damaged, about 10 ft square, replace the boards, restain and sand and finish the entire kitchen floor. It will take a long time to dry out the subflooring before they can even put down the new wood. Last evening husband and I stayed up in our bedroom because the deafening sound of the blowers was too much to take, I was ready to run screaming from my house. I begged them to take the one huge blower out today since they have to rip up the boards anyway. I'm grateful we have insurance and I will never complain about the yealry premium again. It made me feel even more sorry for all those people affected by sandy.