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How to protect your hardwood floors and increase comfort.

Walking around in a home that has nothing but hard flooring can be uncomfortable. Wouldn't it be nice if you could get a super plush soft floor to walk on or play with the kids on without having carpet throughout the entire home? Now with Rug Pad USA you can make every rug in your home ultra soft and comfortable as well as keep it from sliding around. Here are some more reasons to get a Rug Pad:

Protect Your Floor

Rug pads help prevent irreparable damages, blemishes, and scratches to your floor while protecting floors from erosive dirt and debris that naturally accumulates underneath rugs. Most rug pads also serve as a safeguard against spills that may permanently stain or mar floor finishes.

Cushioning

Cushioned rug pads offer a comfortable yet durable buffer that provides a plush and soft area underfoot. Rug pads keep your rug anchored flat on its surface without bunching, knotting, or wrinkling. Cushioned pads also help block the transference of sound from your feet to the floor.

Non-Slip Safety

Rug pads prevent stubborn throw rugs from slipping and sliding in high traffic areas. Non-slip pads are designed to adhere your rug to its surface in order to avoid bunching or knotting that could cause accidents or falls.

Longevity

The use of a high quality rug pad prolongs the life, beauty, and strength of your rug and serves as protective buffer against everyday friction that eventually degrades the quality of your rug.

Facilitate Airflow

Rug pads promote and encourage airflow between your flooring and rug. This allows for particles of dust or dirt to be easily swept up while vacuuming while leaving space for both your floor and rug to breathe. Proper airflow facilitation prevents debris build-up, which is essential in the conservation of flooring and the durability of your rug.

There are so many to choose from:
 Superior Lock
 Our most comfortable non-skid pad, made with a reinforced natural rubber backing.

Cloud Comfort 
Dreamy cushioning that comes from 100% visco elastic memory foam, the same found in quality mattresses.

Spilltech

Add cushion while preventing spills from reaching your floors.

Don't just take my word for it check them out at RugPadUSA to find the perfect fit for your home. I promise you once you try one you will need one for every rug in your home. 

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