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 Are wood floors tough enough for pets?

Answer On One Hand: Concerns for Pet OwnersWood floors are a beautiful addition to the home, but are a cause for concern to pet owners. After all, wood flooring can be pricey and is more susceptible to d... Read More »
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Why are tile floors colder than wood floors?

Tiles feel colder because they are better conductors of heat. Unless it's a blazing hot day, the floor probably is colder than your body temperature, and when you walk on it, it sucks the heat out ... Read More »
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Epoxy Concrete Floors & Pets?

For areas where pets will be housed, the flooring chosen must be safe for pets and strong enough to stand up to paws, claws and pet waste. Epoxy concrete in one flooring option. Doe... Read More »
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