Published at Friday, May 10th, 2019 - 22:51:41 PM. Hardwood Flooring. By Marquis Duhamel.
Of course you can get a hardwood floor if you have a dog. The questions that arise are rather simple though, and the main one is, ”How are you going to be able to maintain a decent looking hardwood floor with a dog in the house?” The bottom line for a hardwood floor situation with a dog is vigilance. But damage is coming to the hardwood floor whether it is from the dog or the human occupants. There are all sorts of issues and questions on this subject. This article zeroes in on some of the issues and solutions that you might have to deal with concerning your dog and your hardwood floor. There are several solutions and even more opinions. The first being the size and activity level of the dog. If you have a heavy dog, who likes to run around the house, the damage to the hardwood floors could be a regular thing. However, a smaller dog with a high activity level can bring a similar amount of damage to your floors too. A common misconception is that a smaller dog isn't going to be able to tear into the hardwood floor the way a bigger dog will. If the dog is active though, it will create its own ”scratchy damage” for the floor. It is also a good idea to not play roughhousing games with your dog indoors. If this has been something that you have done in the past then it is now officially time to shift that priority to outside! A dog is going to move through the house, and sometimes, that motion is going to be quick. A great example of this is when someone knocks on the door.
Natural Grain – Its unique loose, whirling grain pattern is another distinctive feature of Asia walnut hardwood. Depending on your preference, this can tempt you to use this type of hardwood for your flooring, or cause you to seek out other alternatives. Once you have committed to installing Asian walnut hardwood floors and have selected the type of stains and finish you want, the next step involves selecting the supplier of your flooring boards. Basically, you can purchase hardwood flooring from local dealers, branches of a commercial chain of home improvement establishments, liquidators, and hardwood flooring wholesalers.
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