VINYL FLOORING - Vinyl flooring is a popular flooring option for families with pets. Luxury vinyl and vinyl sheet are highly durable, long-lasting, and resistant to moisture, scratches and dents. They are also easy to maintain. And here's another benefit of vinyl: it softens the sound of your pet's nails when they walk across the floor.
LAMINATE FLOORING - Laminate is an excellent choice if you have a pet who has the run of the house. Laminate floors have the VisionGuard wear layer that protects against scratches, stains, and scuffs. Laminate is also easy to clean. Just dust mop or vacuum regularly and use a damp mop and a Hardwood & Laminate Floor Cleaner for a thorough cleaning.
HARDWOOD FLOORING - Some hard surface floors do have limitations. Hardwood flooring and pets aren't typically a marriage made in flooring heaven. If your pet creates any spills or puddles on your hardwood floor, you have to mop them up immediately because the boards can stain and warp from moisture. Pet nails and toys can also wreak havoc on a hardwood floor. Best advice if you have a pet and want a hardwood floor? Keep your pet's nails trimmed and keep their toys in a different room.
CARPET FLOORING - There two types of carpet flooring options for cat and dog owners.
*Stain resistant technology: A special protectant applied to the carpet's surface helps prevents spills and "accidents" from penetrating your carpet.
*Built-in stain resistant technology: The carpet fibers are constructed to help resist stains and soil. The carpet repels moisture and residue.
In addition, a special plastic covered pad helps protect your Carpet and Flooring