pLaurent wrote:I have 2500 sq feet of oak flooring and have had dogs here for 15 years. I allow Chloe to run and play in the basement and she's been doing it for 4 years now. The floor is scratched a bit, but not badly and it was already scratched by the previous homeowner's dog.
She knows she's not allowed going ballistic or having zoomies in the upstairs main floor and the floors there are perfectly fine.
Very important: If you want hardwood floors, which I highly recommend due to the ease of cleaning up any "ooopsies", make sure you get a satin finish, and NOT high gloss. High gloss floors show the tiniest scratch, and satin doesn't!:)
We put in hardwood floors on the main floor of the house. It has been 1 year and 2 months since they were put in and they look like hell to me
Sounds like someone skimped on the most important part - the durable finish. Some builders/contracters put one coat on, and that wont' work.
My floor has several hard coats of poly.
Seeing is believing!
annieinpa wrote:IF you choose to keep the floors and not cover them, you can get plastic (it goes on the dogs nails) so they don't scratch anything.
I'mlooking into getting that for my boys.
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