Hint #1: Wood Floors Destroy Forests
The prevalence of wood flooring may be a cause for concern if you're trying to be environmentally friendly. On the other hand, the Department of Agriculture Forest Service has regulations in place to ensure that all wood chosen for flooring purposes is replenished so that the forests continue to thrive. For each cubic foot of shrub harvested, 1.66 cubic feet replaces it.
Myth #2: Wood Floors Bring Water and Dirt
This is simply an illusion because dust and dirt can't hide on a wood flooring. Carpeted places just look tidy, but in reality, dust and dirt embed from the fibers of the cloth and make it rather tough to see. While you can see dirt and dust onto a timber floor more readily, it is also much easier to clean and keep.
Myth #4: Wood Floors Make a Room Feel Cold
This myth is based on understanding. The soft texture of carpeting on our toes can lead us to feel that the whole area is warmer, but in reality, wood flooring can maintain heat and insulate a space just as well as carpeting. And, so far as visual warmness goes, choosing the right colour scheme can make any room feel inviting!