3 Reasons to Switch to Rubber Flooring

3 Reasons to Switch to Rubber Flooring

Rubber flooring is coming back, & this time it’s more stylish than ever. When thinking about rubber flooring, most people think about schools, gyms & commercial buildings. Needless to say, these weren’t the best impressions. Despite the fact that rubber flooring has earned a bad reputation, it’s still a versatile option for your home.

Not all rubber floors are created equal. Many can easily cross over from commercial spaces to private homes. They are easy to install & do wonders to any kitchen. For this reason we have compiled a list of surprising facts about rubber flooring. Be prepared to switch over to this brilliant flooring option!

3 Things You Didn’t Know About Rubber Flooring

Fact #1: They Don’t Have to be Bumpy – Raised circles may make floors more slip resistant, but they are a major blemish for most décor. Fortunately, rubber flooring offers more options than what you see behind the counter of your local deli. There are plenty of models that have smooth purposes. Your kitchen doesn’t have to get industrial!

Fact #2: Its Durability Helps Save Your Joints – Rubber naturally has a bit of give, with is a godsend in the kitchen. Having comfortable flooring can save you a few visits to the chiropractor. So make sure you install it in places where you stand for long periods of time.

Fact #3: It’s Eco-Friendly – If you want to help save the environment, rubber flooring is for you. Virgin rubber comes from trees, but many US products come from recycled trees. This saves them from rotting away in landfills. Do your part by hopping on board this flooring revolution!

About Alexandra Dedovitch

Alexandra Dedovitch has a B.A. in Multimedia Communications and English. She is a professional writer, artist and designer. Her passion for writing, travel and design has led her to settle her roots in Arizona, a hub for modern and eclectic style. She is the founder of Folk Heart Creations, a blog dedicated to travel and self-expression through art and design. She has worked for Inmod since 2013, both in-house and freelance.

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