Laminate Flooring

What is Laminate Flooring?

Laminate flooring is a hybrid floor covering made of particleboard wood. They are make of aggregated wood particles that are subjected to high pressure to form sheets. These sheets have a photorealistic image of wood or stone which is covered with a clear and durable wear layer as surface that serve as a protection against UV rays and scratching. 

What is it good for?

Pros & Cons

Pros

Laminate flooring is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together with a lamination process. Laminate flooring has grown significantly in popularity, as they are easier to install and maintain compare to traditional surfaces such as hardwood flooring.[2] It is a cost saving option for owners which require lesser skill to install than alternative flooring materials. It is reasonably durable and easy to maintain.

Cons

It is important to keep laminate clean, as dust, dirt, and sand particles may scratch the surface over time. Laminate flooring need to be kept dry as sitting water/moisture can cause the planks to swell and warp. Being made of pressed board, laminate can easily chip, especially the critical tongue and groove sections.

Features of Laminate Flooring

Feature

Vinyl flooring is easy to maintain. Ensure that grit and dirt are kept swept free to maintain the surface of the floor. We can use a damp cloth and an approved vinyl floor cleaner to remove stains.

Feature

Vinyl does not get cold on cold weathers and is softer beneath your feet than wood or ceramic tile floors.

Feature

Ideal and perfect material for use in a bathroom, kitchen, laundry room, or other high moisture space in the home.

Feature

It is relatively affordable compare to compare to many other flooring options, making it the perfect choice for budget-conscious homeowners. Vinyl flooring can help open a door of design opportunities that might not have been available to house owners otherwise. For a low cost, you can also cover up old flooring that has significant cracks or other imperfections at low cost.

Feature

Vinyl flooring can last up to 10 to 20 years if properly installed and maintained, the quality of the material that you purchase and the way it was manufactured will determine how well your floor lasts over time. One advantage of using vinyl tiles is that individual pieces can be easily replaced when they are damaged.

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