Allergies, and indeed air quality in general, is a concern in many households. If you or members of your household have allergies, or asthma, or RSV (like my own daughter had when she was a baby, and which is very common), choosing types of floor covering is more than just about look and performance. It’s also about your health, and the health of your family.
So in part three of four in our mini-series about how to choose types of floors, we’ve taken a look at popular flooring choices as they pertain to respiratory health.
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And please sneeze, cough, or wheeze at us in the comments section to let us know what you think.
If in addition to asthma and seasonal allergies of all kinds, you have questions about anything you’ve read here about flooring and allergies, you can ask our sales team. You can send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can even call them toll-free in North America at 1 877 631 2845.
Stay tuned (or better yet, subscribe to this blog!) for next week’s entry, Types of Flooring: For Those With Disabilities
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