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Choosing A Wood Floor For Children’S Bedrooms

Choosing A Wood Floor For Children’S Bedrooms


Posted in Wood Flooring by Source on October 17th 2011
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Laminate flooring is extremely durable, very easy to keep clean, resists staining from just about anything a child or teenager can throw at it and are great for allergies as they harbour practically no dust. So if you arelooking for a natural looking floor, be it contemporary or rustic, wide or thin plank, dark or light, wood effect or tile effect, and you will certainly find what you are looking for in our laminate flooring section.

Having a carpet can require large amounts of elbow grease and expensive sprays just to remove a stain. Carpets trap smells from things that have been spilt and unpleasant odours from family pets. The aroma from a polished wooden or laminate floor is beautiful and will make your home feel more inviting.

If your children suffer from asthma, eczema or allergies, their symptoms will improve from the installation of wooden floors, as the numbers of dust mites and dust particles are reduced.Children are less likely to play on the floor if it is cold to the touch. Wooden or laminate flooring gives you the option of under floor heating for your play space. If after a few years you find your wood or laminate flooring has been scratched or damaged, the damaged panel can be easily replaced.One of the most important advantages of a hardwood floor, is the timeless appeal that wood has, and production methods have now meant that some types of flooring can be produced cheaply, making wood and laminate floors available to suit all budgets.

Please feel free to contact us with any queries regards wood floors on 01379 688687/08456 021781, or take a look at our wood flooring collections at www.sourcewoodfloors.co.uk.

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