2425 Park Street
Regina, SK
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Posted: 9 Dec '18

Allergy Friendly Flooring 

Trent and our Trusted team at Regina's Flooring Superstores have established a strong and loyal customer base through our commitment to excellent customer service. By being part of the powerful buying group that is the Flooring Superstores chain, we are also able to provide quality Regina flooring at unbeatable prices. In our latest article, we discuss allergy friendly flooring

Suffer from allergies? If the answer is yes, you have reason for concern when thinking about your floors and how they can affect your health. After all, flooring takes up SO MUCH SPACE in your home. In fact, it covers every square foot inside your home. You are not being paranoid or worried for no good reason. However, there are so many great options for allergy and asthma sufferers that you don’t have to be stressed anymore.


There are WAY more flooring choices other than carpet or hardwood floors. In fact, you might be surprised at how many different types of  flooring there are to choose from. Many are ideal for allergy friendly flooring and for those with asthma.

Before you can choose the best allergy-friendly flooring, you’ve got to ask yourself some hard questions about your lifestyle and your family, though.


Ask yourself questions such as:

  • Will pets be on the floor?
  • Are there young kids in the house learning to crawl – or are you planning on adding more children in the future?
  • Is anyone diagnosed with allergies to dust mites, vinyl, specific chemicals, etc.? Do you have Multiple Chemical Sensitivities?
  • Do you have worries about specific allergens, or are you trying to create a more general allergy-friendly home?
  • Are sand, dirt or clay something that is commonly dragged in on your feet at your home?
  • Is noise an issue in your home or certain rooms of your home?
  • How often do you clean? (Not should clean, but actually clean.)
  • Are there moisture issues or high humidity?
  • Do you have joint issues or arthritis that could be affected by hard flooring?
  • Are any family members using a walker, wheelchair or other assistive device that would be easier to use on hardwood flooring? Are you looking towards an Aging in Place home and want to prepare for what’s to come in the decades ahead for you or another family member?

Once you have given some thought to your specific needs, come and see our Regina flooring team. We will show you the allergy friendly flooring options in person!