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Laminate Flooring 101



Laminate flooring can easily be the perfect choice for your home. It's easy to maintain, looks great, and comes in a variety of colors and styles. Laminate flooring can be used throughout your home including kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, living rooms, and even basements. Laminate flooring has many advantages over other types of flooring.


Here are a few of them:


Easy to Maintain – This type of flooring is very low maintenance compared with wood floors or other types of hardwood floors that require staining every year or so to keep them looking great. You don't have to worry about waxing or buffing laminate floors since they do not need any maintenance at all which makes them perfect for families with small children who tend to get messy when playing around on the floor! Laminate floors are low-maintenance because they don’t need much more than sweeping regularly. This makes them ideal for homes with pets or children who might be prone to dropping things on the floor like crumbs or toys. They won’t damage the surface of your laminate floors like they would with wood floors!


Affordable - Laminate floors are more affordable than most other types of flooring options available today because they are made out of synthetic materials that are much less expensive than natural materials like hardwoods or even cork! This means that you will pay less money upfront when purchasing laminate.


Variety of Styles - Laminate flooring comes in a wide range of colors and patterns, so you can find something that matches your style.


FAQ's about Laminate Flooring:


What is Laminate Flooring?


Laminate flooring is made from layers of wood or plastic that are glued together to create a finished product. The top layer is made of high-quality paper that looks like real wood, while the bottom layer is made of durable plastic that helps protect against moisture damage.


Disadvantages of Laminate Flooring:


Laminate has less natural variation in color than wood or stone tiles do - so while they'll look good when they're new, they won't age well over time as natural materials do. They're also not as easy to repair if damage occurs. So, these are factors you might want to consider when having laminate flooring installed.


What types of Laminate Flooring exist?


There are several different types of laminate floors available on the market today:


* Vinyl: Vinyl laminate floors are ideal for those looking for durability at an affordable price point. Vinyl floors are also easy to install yourself if you're not afraid to get your hands dirty!


* Cork: Cork laminate floors are great for anyone who wants a natural look without breaking your wallet. Cork laminate floors tend not to be very durable though so keep this in mind if you have pets or small children running around your house all day long!


Questions on our laminate flooring inventory at Norman's in Stuttgart? Give us a call today for more information or to set up a free design consultation!

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