Laminate Flooring has evolved with new technology and best practices. Experience the aesthetic appeal of multiple surfaces at a fraction of the cost and upkeep. Seeing is believing.
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About Our Laminate Selection
Love the look of real hardwoods or natural stones, but concerned about the upkeep? Today’s laminate flooring could be your answer. Top manufacturers, such as Armstrong, Mannington, Mohawk, Quick-Step, and Shaw are applying the latest in imaging technology to create more realistic designs than ever before.
When you shop Flooring and More, you’ll find a large selection of quality laminates that impressively capture the look of today’s most popular domestic and exotic wood species, ceramic tile, and natural stones. But in addition to great realism, today’s laminates include an incredibly durable top wear layer that makes these floors extremely resistant to stains, spills, and scratches – a perfect flooring option for busy families with active children and pets. Easy to maintain, laminate is also easy to install. In fact, many laminates can be floated over existing floors or even concrete slabs, making installation possible almost anywhere.
Professional Laminate Flooring Installation you can rely on.
You’ll quickly see just how beautiful laminate flooring can be when it is installed professionally by one of our expert installers. Flooring and More ensures your flooring is installed correctly, for years of lasting beauty and performance.
Additional Laminate Information
Why does today’s laminate look so good? Like luxury vinyl, the exponential improvement in photographic techniques (think high resolution imaging) allows manufacturers to make the laminate more closely replicate wood species, natural stone, and tile. Customers come out the clear winners.
Laminate flooring is tough! Laminate is constructed in such a way that the planks or tiles remain stable and help seams remain intact. A clear coat wear layer exists on top of the image to help protect against scratches and dents.
A regular sweeping with a broom and an occasional mopping with a slightly damp mop will do the trick. Your main job with laminate is to keep water from pooling on it. Laminate floors do not need waxing. That is why laminate is a favorite for people seeking a low maintenance solution.