Improve Your Health with Wood Flooring

Norwich, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 27, 2009 -- For Immediate Release Over the last 20 years there has been an increase in asthma and allergies amongst young people. This is a really unpleasant illness which makes it difficult to breathe. It can be brought about by many conflicting factors but one of the key things that kick it off is thought to be the way most of us live today.

Modern living and especially the dust mites and the carpet dust mites which live in your home are thought to be a key factor which exasperate brathing problems amongst young people. Both of these nasty little bugs have a liking for carpets and fabrics which we use in our homes. Even with constant cleaning the little devils still manage to get a grip and can cause allergies in your family.

One of the best ways to erradicate these little fellows and potentially help your or your childrens breathing problems is to install a wooden floor. A wooden floor doesn’t harbour the dust and mites that a carpet can. It is also as easy to clean and changes the look of your house.

One fact to consider is that a new carpet doubles it weight in less than six months, with the build up of dirt and grime and skin cells, all on which the dust and carpet mites feed – a wooden floor can be cleaned and there is no where for the mites to hide. Even if you vacuum the same spot of carpet for twenty minutes the mite population will only reduce by 2%.

Timberland hardwood floor is exceptionally hygienic and hypoallergenic. It also eliminates dirt traps and requires minimal maintenance. It is the perfect solution for a cleaner, safer home.

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About Timberland Flooring

Timberland Flooring
Street: Timberland Flooring Services Ltd, PO Box 65, Anson Road,
City: Norwich,
State: Norfolk,
Zip code: NR6 6EJ.

Phone: 0870 241 6790

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Press Release Submitted On: October 27, 2009 at 4:27 am
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