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Two flooring types good for allergies
Saturday, June 25, 2022 3:15 PM
The truth is that many flooring types suit people with allergies if you choose the correct version and fiber.
Despite persistent myths to the contrary, carpeting also works well with respiratory problems. This is because it acts as a passive air filter and comes with hypoallergenic versions.
Here are two standouts to keep in mind when shopping for new floors.
What could be more natural than something right from the forest? Wood is non-toxic and chemical-free.
Because of a unique process called photosynthesis, that remains so, even when the tree is cut! It also translates to better indoor air quality.
In addition, hardwood has a style that's timeless and versatile enough to work with any decor. It increases property values, never goes out of style, and is low maintenance.
Our flooring store will see beautiful wood floors, such as oak, maple, birch, and hickory. They come from top brands like Bruce, Mannington, Kraus, and more.
Dirt and pollutants can't hide here! It all sits at the top, just waiting to be wiped off–without any need for harsh cleaners.
Tile comes from earth-friendly materials, including clay, sand, and glass. So naturally, it's considered an eco-friendly product; like anything else, be sure adhesives and accessories are non-toxic.
Tile adds style, sophistication, and value to a property.
It comes in all designs, shapes, and sizes. So feel free to visit our flooring company to look at Daltile and Interceramic. Marazzi, American Olean, and more.
A few styles: wood or stone look tile; art deco ceramics; Arabesque, Greek, or Moroccan-themed designs.
Helping the Cleveland area select flooring for over 50 years
Heritage Floor Coverings is family owned and operated. That means our customers get treated like family too.
Visit our showroom in North Royalton, OH, where our expert staff will help you choose the perfect flooring product. We work with homeowners and businesses in Broadview Heights, Parma, Middleburg Heights, Cleveland, Medina, Brunswick, Hinckley, Richfield, and Brecksville.