Making the decision to have hardwood flooring installed in your home is one of the best things you can do to make your home more environmentally friendly. Wood floors can improve the air quality in your home making them an excellent choice for people who are allergic to dust, pet dander, and mold.
Hardwood floors are durable, decay resistant and can last for centuries, if cared for properly. In the event that your flooring does get damaged, you can get it repaired or refinished. When it’s time to discard the wood flooring in your home, it can be recycled or burned for fuel. Wood is also a carbon neutral material, which means it does not produce carbon dioxide that could be potentially hazardous to the planet and contribute to global climate change.
For more information on how hardwood flooring can make your home healthier and more eco-friendly, contact us today!