Youssef Fahmane

Pets are beloved members of the family yet are still animals which means that they will be affected by the flooring options chosen in your home. Some pets have claws that can permanently damage certain types of flooring so let’s discuss pet-friendly, durable flooring options to ensure your pet has a happy home! Consider these four types:


Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring is a great choice for any home, but it’s especially useful in homes with pets. Vinyl flooring is easy to clean, which means you can keep your floors looking their best with minimal effort. Plus, it’s durable enough to withstand the wear and tear that comes from having a pet—and unlike wood floors, it won’t scratch or dent easily.

Vinyl flooring also comes in a variety of colors and textures that you can choose from that’ll match your design aesthetic. Whether you need something traditional or modern, neutral or bold, there’s sure to be something on our website or in our showroom that will fit your needs!


Hardwood Flooring

There are several reasons why hardwood flooring is a great option for pet owners:

-Easy to clean – Hardwood floors are easier to clean than carpet and other types of flooring. They can be cleaned with a damp mop or by sweeping and vacuuming them on a regular basis.

-Durable – Hardwood floors are also durable than many other types of flooring materials, so they’re less likely to show wear and tear over time.

-Low maintenance – With regular cleaning and care, hardwood floors can last a lifetime without needing any major repairs or replacements.


Stone, Tile and Concrete Flooring

These flooring materials are an excellent choice for dog owners. Scratches and stains don’t stand much of a chance! These surfaces are extremely hard, easy to clean, durable, and long-lasting. Clean-up is a breeze, even if you don’t get to the spill right away.


Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring is a popular choice for homeowners who have pets, as it is a durable and easy-to-care-for option that can withstand the wear and tear of household pets. It’s important to note that laminate flooring is not a magic solution: if you have a pet that spends most of its time indoors, such as a cat or dog, you will still need to do regular cleaning and maintenance on your laminate flooring. Additionally, laminate flooring is often considered in high-traffic areas because it does not require glue joints like wood flooring. However, this also means that there are no places where dirt can collect and build up over time which makes cleaning up after pets easier than some other options!

We offer a variety of different types of flooring that will work great with your pets and make your home a perfect place for them to live. We are here to help you find the right type of flooring for your pets so that you can have a safe and healthy environment for them to live in.

If you need help in updating your backsplash, you call us at 678.607.2935 or visit our website at to schedule your complimentary in-home consultation today.

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