When deciding on home improvements it is always difficult to decide what is best for each room. Should you have laminate flooring in a bathroom? (we’ll leave that for another discussion), Is engineered flooring durable enough for high traffic rooms? and, should I have solid wood flooring upstairs?
Solid Wood Floor Benefits
Solid wood can be the more expensive of the 3 types of wooden flooring and require a professional installer. The benefits definitely out weigh any negatives. The benefits to a room fitted with solid wood flooring are endless, even when installed in the bedroom.
Many people thing that it would be too noisy to have a hard floor upstairs but when professionally fitted by JG Flooring we will ensure that adequate sound proofing measure have been take to reduce any noise. We also recommend using scatter rugs in high traffic areas especially as you step out of bed.
Should I have Solid Wood Flooring Upstairs?
The only answer here is a resounding yes. Solid wood flooring is easier to clean and maintain. Your bedroom will feel more airy and classy. Spillages, which often occur in the bedroom will be easy to mop up. No more dragging a hoover upstairs to clean your carpets or hours on your knees cleaning tea or coffee stains from spillages. One major aspect of having carpets is that it over time it absorbs dirt, stains, food and dust which eventually emirate smells that need a lot of work to get out.
Solid wood flooring has a long lasting clean smell and when mopped can smell amazing again. Solid wood is by far the most hygienic option for you bedroom and other upstairs rooms.
By installing solid wood flooring upstairs allergy sufferers will see benefits too as dust and fibres are easy to clean and sweep away so you can be assured of a better nights sleep and best of all, wake in the morning feeling fresh.