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Laminate Options and Benefits

Choices can range from natural colors, dark wood grains, and even warm or cool tones that will compliment any home styles that need to be matched. There is even the option for the “plank” look in the home with the choice of natural plank designs that even come in rare exotic wood species. If you prefer the stone or tile appearance of flooring, laminate can do that as well. The simplicity of laminate makes a good replacement for stone because you do not have to worry about grout cleaners or cracking tiles.

Laminate flooring is becoming commonly used and familiarized with families because laminate countertops have been used for years. A comparable technology is used in the flooring, but with added resin to the wear layer, it becomes much stronger than the countertops. Some laminate companies have made their flooring 10 to 20 times harder than their countertops. Not only that, but with the added resin, it makes it very difficult to stain or scratch.

The low maintenance of laminate flooring is another reason why it has become so popular. The laminate is tough so it does not need to be waxed or varnished. With this, there is a resistance to sunlight, so it is less likely to fade than standard hardwood flooring.

Finally, laminate floors are never secured directly to the subfloor which makes it easy to place and replace. Laminate flooring is floated over the surface which also makes it easy to use over a wide variety of subfloors. This includes wooden subflooring, existing flooring, and even concrete.

Overall, laminate flooring offers many benefits to your home including:

  • Durability
  • Easy to clean
  • Stain and fade resistant
  • Installation on all grade levels and over all types of subflooring
  • Dent and impression resistant
  • Flawless look and designs to match any style home
  • Reasonable costs
  • Easy to interchange if needed

If you are looking into laminate flooring options, come check us out at Flynn’s Carpet Cents. We would be happy to assist you in your transition to a new flooring solution for your home and by answering any other questions you may have about laminate flooring.

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