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High Quality Laminate Flooring Vs Hardwood


In the case of having a strict budget to adhere to while looking for a new home flooring project, a perfect starting point is considering high quality laminate flooring. The latter is a competitive alternative to both stone and hardwood floors. It looks fantastic, costs affordable and promises to serve you for over twenty years! Today we can observe many prominent interior designers using particularly laminate floors in luxury apartments and lofts.

Advantages Of Laminate Floors

Laminate floors of high quality have a series of advantages you will enjoy if installed at your home. The greatest positive feature is its hard-wear. These floors are highly durable and your kids, as well as pets, can freely scurry around. Due to its scratch and stain resistance, these floors will always look as fresh as if newly installed. Laminate floors come in an immense array of color and pattern options to suit any home interior! Among the best models, there are some that can be freely installed in humid areas such as bathrooms, laundries, kitchens, and hallways. You can install these floors even with heated floors. And finally, laminate floors are pocket-friendly and easy-maintainable.

Surely high quality laminate flooring is not as highly valued as hardwood flooring, yet its practicality and versatility make this flooring type widely applied to numerous houses worldwide. Today such major flooring manufacturers as are the following names produce laminate planks:

  • Armstrong
  • Pergo
  • Bruce
  • Tarkett
  • Lumber Liquidators
  • Wilsonart

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