For those who live with upper respiratory complications, such as asthma or allergies, indoor air quality is a top-priority in their home. And fortunately for them, there are various options for improving and maintaining a healthy indoor air environment. Homeowners have resorted to purchasing and installing humidifiers, hospital-grade air ducts, air purifiers, filters, and more to eliminate airborne contaminants and lingering dust. But what many do not know is that there is an option for allergy-free flooring too! Interior concrete flooring is a great choice for homeowners who have upper respiratory themselves, or children who do. Continue reading to learn why!
Better Than Carpet and Tile Combined
Carpeting is among the most common commodities in a home that retain dust, pollen, mold, dander, and more, all of which irritate and complicate upper respiratory conditions like asthma and allergies. They trap these contaminants in large quantities, and are not entirely eliminated with routine vacuuming. Tile is just as bad as carpet in terms of collecting large amounts of dust, dander, and other indoor contaminants. Dust and more piles on top of tile, and even with regular mopping, it accumulates inside grout and is hard to remove without intensive scrubbing and cleaning.
Stylish and Versatile
Not only is concrete flooring a fantastic alternative to allergy-enhancing flooring like tile and carpet, it is inexpensive and extremely versatile in terms of style! Over the past decade, concrete flooring has become so popular among home and business owners; so much so that today, there are infinite colors, styles, designs, textures, and more to choose from. So you don’t have to worry that your kitchen or basement will look like a standard grey warehouse floor! Interior concrete flooring can be installed to resemble high-grade items like brick, cobblestone, marble, and more, all for a lower price.
Impenetrable, Allergy-Free Flooring
Interior decorative concrete flooring is impenetrable because it is sealed with a clear, protective coating. This makes it impossible for dust, dander, pollen, mold, bacteria, dust mites, and other contaminants to linger inside, causing irritation to allergies and respiratory problems. It is also much easier to clean and maintain, which further reduces the ability of airborne and foot-traffic contaminants to stick around.
- Easy to Maintain
- Long Lifespan
- Stain Resistant
- High Thermal Mass
- Maintains Steady Indoor Temperatures
- Energy Efficient
- Reduces Energy Costs
- And More!
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