To Floor or Not to Floor, Is that the Question?
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(Newswire.net- January 23, 2013) Wesley Chapel, FL -- Pet owners seem to have very distinct preferences about this discussion of wood flooring or even tile versus the notion of installing a carpet. For those that have endured the daily cleaning process of an untrained dog, the logic seems obvious.
Flooring companies have many more options that are available in their inventory when it comes to hard flooring such as tile, laminate, or wood surfaces. Many people prefer to use a hardwood floor for a formal living space whereas bedrooms and locations where family members tend to be in pajamas and barefoot, the carpeting option prevails.
Cleanliness drives most of what homeowners will seek. The fibers and materials that carpets use are comforting to the touch however a thorough cleaning of a carpet is harder to achieve than the mopping of a floor. Dirt particles can hide and be trapped underneath the carpet fibers whereas a tile or wooden surface is easily sanitized.
Unless there is a regular program of professional carpet cleaning, there is an inherent problem in getting the dirt out. Some buildings where there is a multi-tenant or multi-floor structure mandates carpeted floors for softer sounds of shoes against the carpet. “Quiet Enjoyment” is a commonly used term in rental buildings or condos that require peaceful cohabitation.
Hardwood floor manufacturers have mastered the material construction of surfaces that actually have the feel and look of a hardwood while actually being softer and absorbent to the touch. With chiropractic medicine involved in the decision making process, there are many who suffer backaches and leg problems from continual long periods of standing. Kitchens are notorious for this condition and consequently require wooden floors versus tile which differs dramatically from each other. Wood, still a natural substance gives way and provides a shock absorber effect while tile rests on concrete and much firmer foundations that can cause body fatigue. For further flooring consultation and information regarding smart floor covering choices, contact: American Wood Flooring at http://www.americanwoodflooringfl.com (813) 991-7999/ (727) 375-1552
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