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What is the best type of flooring to put in an upstairs space for a person with Parkinson's disease?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:13 AM
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We need to replace carpet that is 22 years old. This is for the upstairs, so tile is not a good idea. I have thought of cork, but it is not pretty. What about hardwood? We need a flooring product that doesn't offgas... people with Parkinson's should not be around chemicals.




 

 

We need to replace carpet that is 22 years old. This is for the upstairs, so tile is not a good idea. I have thought of cork, but it is not pretty. What about hardwood? We need a flooring product that doesn't offgas... people with Parkinson's should not be around chemicals.


 

 

 
 
 
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