Website

Wearing Shoes Indoors

July 27, 2021

By Mr. Rogers Hardwood Flooring

High-heeled shoes can ding and dent a wood floor, so ask guests to remove their shoes, and always remove yours when you come into your home. These shoes are more damaging when they do not have rubber heel protectors since they can basically become chisels that make holes in the wood.

 

Dirty or wet shoes can also cause the floors to warp and shift, so the best option is to simply walk barefoot or in socks when walking on the hardwood. Or, if you really want to keep your feet warm, wear comfy indoor slippers. Be comfortable and protect your wood floors at the same time.

 

If It’s WOOD, We Can Make It LOOK GOOD!

Give Mr. Rogers Hardwood Flooring A Call Today to schedule your FREE Estimate (919) 717-5834 

www.mrrogershardwoodflooring.com