Eco-Friendly Flooring West Memphis AR

Initially, you may be concerned that "eco-friendly" means more expensive, or is somehow less attractive than conventional carpets. You may be pleasantly surprised at what materials are considered eco-friendly, and how affordable they actually are.

DU PONT FLOORING SYSTEMS
(901) 454-0800
2665 BROAD AVE STE 3
Memphis, TN
 
STEVEN BLACKWELL
(901) 795-6415
1741 CHEROKEE BLVD
Memphis, TN
 
CARPET DEPOT USA
(901) 405-0304
3694 NEW GETWELL RD
Memphis, TN
 
Custom Floors
(870) 732-5776
300 N Service Rd
Marion, AR
 
M PS Flooring Service
(901) 942-3056
1026 E Alcy Rd
Memphis, TN
 
KISERS FLOOR FASHIONS
(901) 458-8000
3050 WALNUT GROVE RD
Memphis, TN
 
BARNEY BROTHERS MISS INC
(662) 349-7474
50 CLARINGTON DR
Southaven, MS
 
CORDOVA CARPET & MATTRESS
(901) 767-1757
571 KINSMAN RD
Memphis, TN
 
National Oak Flooring Manufacturers Assn
(901) 526-5016
22 N Front St
Memphis, TN
 
Whitt Distributing Company Incorporated
(901) 458-1193
324 S Hollywood St
Memphis, TN
 

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You’ve finally decided to break down and replace the old flooring in your home; or, you’ve reached that exciting finish point of your addition or remodel. Whether you’re concerned about preserving our natural resources or worried about the health risks of chemically treated products, why not choose an eco-friendly flooring choice? Initially, you may be concerned that “eco-friendly” means more expensive, or is somehow less attractive than conventional carpets. You may be pleasantly surprised at what materials are considered eco-friendly, and how affordable they actually are.

Wood: A durable and beautiful option, wood can also be eco-friendly if certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). One of the more expensive materials available, wood is a popular and timeless choice.

Bamboo Grass: A renewable resource, bamboo grass is a great choice for flooring. Although bamboo is grown with minimum pesticides and fertilizers, be cautious of products that use formaldehyde for bonding.

Linoleum: Although typically not the choice for whole-house flooring, linoleum is an inexpensive, soft, durable, and easy-to-clean choice for kitchens and bathrooms. Many attractive designs are now available. Linoleum is a biodegradable material and can be glued with natural glues.

Cork: Another renewable resource, cork flooring is created from the bark off of cork trees and is a popular choice as well.

Concrete: Believe it or not, concrete stamped floors are becoming a com...

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