In this second part of a four-part series, we take a look at how to choose types of floors based on the needs of your household. In this week’s edition, we concern ourselves with our fuzzy, four-legged friends. Or maybe they have scales and a tail – whichever. Some types of flooring suit Rover and Fluffy down to the ground more than others. Or at least, some floors are more low-maintenance on this front than others are.
Find out which ones may be the better choice here.
And note that nail-clipping and being vigilant when it comes to messes, whether due to ‘accidents’, or simply from spilled water dishes, are all concerns that require your attention no matter which type of flooring you decide on. Your floor’s best ally is you, after all. But, you knew that.
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