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What Flooring is Best for Children’s Rooms?

The answer to this questions depends on what you’re most worried about when it comes to your home. Trying to avoid mess and difficult cleanup? Steer clear of dirt- and dust-trapping carpet that requires a vacuum to clean. Stains aren’t easily managed in a carpeted room. A floor that has a hard surface will be easier to clean and won’t trap as many potential allergens.

That being said, carpet is a good choice if you’re looking for added safety. If your kid is prone to bumps and bruises, a carpeted floor might be worth the extra cleaning time.

A good compromise would be a hardwood or laminate floor with area rugs. That way, you can have some extra padding without the pain of cleaning a carpeted room.

Call ElmWood Flooring today for a free carpet or hardwood flooring installation quote.

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