What is Laminate Flooring?
With so many options available, laminate flooring offers a variety of design solutions and is suitable for any room in your home or workplace.
It’s a multi-layer synthetic flooring product which has been fused together using a special lamination technique, and because of its flexibility, comes in many finishes such as embossed, textured or smooth, with various effects, including stone, wood, slate and tiles, often with a choice of a matt or gloss finish.
Laminate wood flooring can be installed in any room such as living room, bedroom, and dining room except wet areas like bathroom and laundry rooms.
Features of Laminate Floors
Laminate floor has amazing features making it stand out over the years. These features are the reason for its existence in the market.
Laminate floors are budget friendly and it provides the right price when compared to other hardwood floors.
Free from toxic chemicals, made from post-consumer wood products and completely recyclable, laminate floors are one of the most environmentally friendly flooring systems available.
One would expect such a simple concept to last anywhere from five to ten years, but when taken care of, laminate flooring can last up to 20 years before it needs replacing.
While laminate floors do not have the same texture and feel as hardwood floors, high-quality laminate floors do look just like real wood. With a variety of designs to choose from, you can customize your home to suit your needs.
Get Free Consultation & On-Site Measurement Services Today!
Benefits of Laminate Flooring
You have children or pets? Aware of milk spills, muddy paws and scratched surfaces? High-quality laminate floors are resistant to moisture damage, scratches, staining and fading from wear and tear over time.
There are many styles of laminate floors that mimic a multitude of natural wood grains allowing you to remodel any room in your home to suit your décor – from kitchens to playrooms. Our high-quality product does it all!
Hardwood floors require more care in their upkeep, whereas laminated flooring only requires regular cleaning to prevent the build-up of stains and debris.
Laminated floors are easy to install, which is why it forms part of so many DIY home makeovers. The cost of installing is also much less than installing hardwood floors.