The Most Hygienic Floors

Proper sanitation and hygiene are very important these days. With people getting sick left and right, we want to make sure our homes are as safe as possible. As you know, your floors come in contact with the most germs and bacteria. And, we are always touching them. To help keep you and your family safe, you need to check out these most hygienic floors.

Bamboo Flooring

A renewable, sustainable option that falls on the hygienic side is bamboo flooring. It is a pre-finished hardwood flooring that is free of harmful chemicals. The flooring itself is pretty durable and one of the more affordable wood flooring options.

Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood flooring does not only increase your home’s value but is also hygienic. You can find many wood flooring options that have low VOCs and no carcinogens. And if you follow the proper ways to clean this type of floor, you can easily maintain them before and after people come over.

Cork Flooring

A hygienic flooring that is great for the environment is cork. Cork floor boards come from leftover cork bark oak. Manufacturers strip the bark from a cork oak. Normally, a tree is cut down and then used. However, for cork oak trees, the bark is removed and then made into items. The bark then regrows on the tree, meaning the tree stays alive! Sealants used on cork flooring prevent dust, dirt and water from getting into the grooves.

Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tile is not only a great option for water resistance but easy to clean as well. If you spill anything or have a lot of foot traffic, you can easily grab a mop and cleaner and wipe everything away. So anytime you have anyone come or leave, you can quickly sanitize ceramic tile. If you want to go the sustainable and healthy route, go with recycled tiles, low-VOC materials and water-based adhesives.

Are you ready to get hygienic floors in your home? Then let us help! We have been installing floors in Belleville, O’Fallon, Edwardsville and the surrounding areas for over 25 years. For more information, contact us today.