Water damage

I have a brand new home. The ice maker connection on the refrigerator had a small leak for about 6 days. This resulted in saturating the subfloor, some of the drywall about 10" up the wall, and hardwood floor on the other side of the wall. I rstopped the leak and emoved insulation under the house to let it air dry. Right now,my biggest worries are residual moisture in the structure, and cupping of the hardwood floors over about a 25 sq ft. area. Any suggestions about action I should take to minimize further damage and help with repair?
Thanks, john
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Whatever else you do, DON'T call your insurance company. Don't make a water claim. My house ins. was cancelled due to 2 water leaks that they paid out about $5K total for. Now I'm blackballed from all major ins. co for 3 years, had to get ins. on "surplus lines" market meaning high-risk and high rate, 2.5x as much.
The CLUE database knows all, now.
http://realtytimes.com/rtnews/rtcpages/20030512_clue.htm
http://www.iii.org/media/hottopics/insurance/creditscoring /
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I had water damage on my hardwood one time. Looked real bad! I put a fan on it for about a week and the damage is barely noticeable now. Amazing how the wood went back to its original shape.

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