Laminate...
laminate-header-2… is a well-known floor covering that offers many benefits. It is a durable and attractive option for almost any home and can fit almost any budget. But interior designers have struggled to find a way to make laminate look as elegant as other flooring types– until now. Laminate is known for its easy maintenance and how closely it matches materials like hardwood and natural stone.
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Some Facts About Laminate

What separates laminate from other flooring types? There are many benefits that this floor covering has that make it such a great choice in the home. Here is a list of reasons to choose laminate for your household flooring:

  • Variety. The first thing that most homeowners and designers will think of is how a floor will look with the rest of the interior. Laminate is available in hundreds of different styles, designs, and textures. New printing techniques makes it possible to mimic many different hardwood species and types of natural stone. This ability to print nearly any pattern or use any color also means…
  • More affordable options. Because you can duplicate more expensive materials using laminate, you can also spend less money. Laminate costs less in terms of maintenance as well as purchasing costs.The installation costs are generally lower because laminate is so easy to place in homes. ┬áIt is a long-lasting floor type, so you can look forward to years without repairs and replacements. This is because laminate is…
  • Highly durable. These floors can handle high foot traffic for years without breaking down or showing wear patterns. It can handle moisture in the air better than hardwood in humid environments. This means shorter waiting times during installation, because it only needs about 36 hours to properly adjust to moisture levels at the installation site. Laminate is also known for being…
  • A healthier flooring choice. Laminate does not hold allergens like pollen, dust, and pet dander the way that carpet does. This makes allergy season more bearable for those living in your home. Mold and mildew are not concerns because laminate keeps moisture out relatively well. Because they can resist many irritants, it is no surprise that this floor covering is…
  • Easy to maintain. Laminate needs little more than a dust mop and hard surface vacuum to stay clean. You will want to keep abrasive particles off of the surface when it is possible. This is to avoid little scratches developing where dirt and water can get beyond the wear layer. Keeping your laminate swept free of this dirt can extend the life of your floors by up to a decade!