Allergy Friendly Flooring
When seasonal allergies rear their ugly head, life at home is anything but comforting. What if we told you that you really could have it all: a stylish and beautiful home that helps inhibit the presence of harmful allergens? With our expansive inventory of allergy-friendly flooring options, such goals are well within your reach.
At Johnson Floor & Home Carpet One Floor & Home of Tulsa and Broken Arrow, OK, and Joplin, MO, we're always on the hunt for the latest allergy-friendly flooring solutions. Helping you to live your best life in ongoing style, our team is ready to help you manage all of life's daily challenges.
Whether you prefer a hard-surface or soft-surface floor, it's easy to find an allergy-friendly product you adore. There are now thousands of options to consider, including low-pile carpeting, solid hardwood, ceramic tile, and linoleum. A general rule of thumb to remember: the less porous your floor surface is, the better. A porous surface is a primary offender for harboring pesky allergens, such as pet dander or dust.
One of the most elegant allergy-friendly options is hardwood flooring. Did you know that hardwood can inhibit the build-up of allergens? Cork and bamboo flooring are exceptional at this task since they stop bacteria, mold, and mildew from growing.
Allergy-friendly flooring is designed to keep your home clean and pristine. Since these surfaces are less porous, maintaining your floors is a breeze and requires minimal "elbow grease." A bonus: allergy-friendly floors generally contain lower levels of VOCs. This means that your new floor is not only kinder to your body but leaves a smaller footprint on our fragile planet.
Johnson Floor & Home Carpet One Floor & Home is proud to be your destination for better flooring to help you live a better life. We offer brilliant allergy-friendly flooring for all types of interior settings. Please visit one of our three local showrooms soon to explore our flooring options further.
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