Why Install Laminate Flooring?
Laminate flooring benefits your wallet better than any other flooring option on the market. It is less than half the price of hardwood and cheaper than carpet. It will also save you money in the long run because you won’t need to replace it for years. Unlike hardwood, marble or carpet, laminate flooring does not fade in the sunlight and is resistant to stains, impacts and scratches. This is due to the incredibly durable melamine plastic wear layer laminate flooring manufacturers use for the top surface of laminate floors.
When you combine this with the tough core-board beneath which can withstand up to 1,200 pounds of pressure per square inch, you will start to see how truly versatile this product is, and laminate flooring advantages don’t stop there because there’s more.
Laminate Flooring Made Easy
As laminate floors are constructed from pressed wood with a design layer on top, there are endless options for consumers to choose from. Thousands of styles, designs, and colors are available to accent any room in your home.
When shopping for laminate flooring, we urge our customers to visit our showroom due to the number of variances available. For existing residences selecting flooring or if you have an idea already of what you may want, we can happily bring our showroom to you to provide a free in home estimate!
We are confident that you’ll be satisfied with our installation rates as well as the finished product. It’s how we’ve become Southwest Florida’s premier flooring company!
Laminate Flooring Benefits
As laminate flooring is constructed from pressed wood, it is more resistant to scratches and is typically more durable than traditional hardwood flooring. This also makes it much easier to clean and maintain.
Laminate flooring is constructed with a tongue and groove system that allow installers to snap the floor together as it is set into place.
With thousands of high-resolution patterns and textures available, laminate flooring allows consumers virtually endless options when selecting their flooring.
As laminate flooring is constructed from pressed wood with an image showcasing its outer layer, this style of flooring is often much more affordable than traditional hardwood flooring.