Wood flooring is one of the most attractive options for families. Although it is more expensive than other forms of flooring [such as linoleum and carpet], it does have many benefits and can add extra cost. Here are six positive reasons to use wooden flooring:
1] Long-term repetition – One of the main reasons for installing wooden flooring is that it is durable. This type of floor has very little care and attention and may last for decades. Other floors can last much less. For example, carpets may need to be replaced every five years because everyday wear can cause holes, stains, and general shabby.
2] Easy to clean – The wooden floor is easy to clean, using a conventional light vacuum cleaner or a simple brush. This will definitely benefit families with pets, as the dirt and mud that cats and dogs walk in from outside are easier to clean.
3] Very hygienic surface – Wood is a very safe and hygienic surface that does not leave dirt and parasites. In addition, it can easily remove pet spills or unsuitable odors. It is well known that replacing floor surfaces such as carpets can capture dust, fleas and dust mites, which can have a negative impact on allergic patients. In addition, tiles and stone floors are as hygienic as wood, but they do not have the same feel and warmth that wooden surfaces provide.
4] Floor heating – The solidity of the wooden floor makes it a practical choice for installing floor heating in the home. This type of heating is very efficient and does not require the display of a heating device at home.
5] Easy to repair – If the wooden floor looks exhausted from everyday use, it can be updated with a simple hands-on grinding and sealing project. High quality work has the potential to completely restore the floor to a new state. In addition, this is more cost effective than using new replacement, which may be the standard practice for carpets.
6] Eternal attraction – The appeal of wood flooring has been going on for centuries and is still so popular. Other floor options, such as tile patterns, linoleum and carpets, may lose their appeal over time.