Some of the criteria that you should consider when shopping for flooring is how resistant is it to scratches and damage? Also, you should see how well it responds to kid and pet traction and how much comfort it provides to family members and pets. Once you’ve gotten those questions out of the way, you’ll have an easier time narrowing down your choices.
Selecting Flooring Material That is Durable
Hardwood, bamboo, cork, and laminate are among the many options you have to choose from. Carpeting isn’t recommended because of how easily it stains and how quickly it wears down over time. If you have a choice, tile is also a durable family flooring material.
Consider How Long It Takes to Clean Flooring
The pet friendly flooring is easy to clean as long as the tile chosen doesn’t have a lot of crevices in it. Opt for a smoother type of stone that you can sweep and mop easily. Make sure that it is one that is comfortable to stand on and walk across.
Family flooring and pet flooring options do not need to intimidate you. Knowing what to expect from the type of floor materials you choose saves you time and money. You won’t be stuck replacing flooring that hasn’t held up to everyday wear and tear as fast as you would if you weren’t armed with this knowledge.
FloorQuest has been providing outstanding customer service and flooring products for over 10 years. If you are interested in installing family and pet friendly flooring in your home, contact us today, or visit one of our four Wisconsin locations.