The allergy-friendly floor type that's best suited to your home depends on a few different factors. Before you start
shopping for allergy–friendly flooring, we recommend you prepare by learning about the possible benefits and
limitations associated with each floor type.
Are you allergic to pollen, pet dander, dust or mites?
Perhaps you have allergy sensitivity to certain insects and insect waste. It's important you discover the source of your
allergies so you can choose flooring that may help keep those allergies to a minimum.
Featured Allergy Friendly Flooring Products
Select a flooring type below to view pros, cons and tips
We've looked at general allergen concerns in regard to bamboo, carpet, concrete, cork, hardwood, laminate, linoleum,
stone, tile and vinyl. Carefully weigh the pros and cons of each popular floor type and determine which one best suits your
needs as an allergy friendly floor. For example, you may consider interlocking tile flooring and mats made from foam or synthetic rubber. Perhaps you will choose cork
flooring or hardwood since they are easier surfaces to dust compared to carpet.