Firstly, wood flooring has a regulating effect on the human body. Research shows that the use of wooden materials in the home environment greatly affects the comfort level of the occupants. When wood is used more frequently, occupants feel noticeably more comfortable. This is because wood can create a natural feeling of comfort that has a regulating effect on both the physiological and psychological levels.
Secondly, wood flooring provides a comfortable stepping experience. The hardness of wood flooring is considered to be in the intermediate to upper range of flooring materials and has some elasticity. When stepped on, it provides a more comfortable feeling, and since wood is less affected by environmental temperatures, it maintains a warm and comfortable feeling throughout the year and is less likely to cause freezing or burning of the feet.
Thirdly, wood flooring has better sound insulation and reduction. Generally speaking, materials with a hard and smooth, tightly-knit structure have poor sound absorption capabilities. As a porous material, the thick surface layer of wood flooring has a fine fiber structure that is markedly superior to that of cement, tiles, and metal, which helps ensure a quiet home environment.
In summary, Kelai wood flooring can provide a more comfortable and quiet living environment, which improves the comfort level of the occupants and is therefore considered the most comfortable flooring material.