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Benefits of Laminate 

Laminate has made some significant improvements over the past few years. With the wood look trend being ever-so popular, it is no wonder manufactures stepped their game up with laminate. Durable, scratch, stain and fade resistant, easy to clean and hypoallergenic makes laminate flooring perfect for households with pets and children. There are several more benefits to installing laminate in your home, and the experts at Carpet One of Sioux Falls can help you find the perfect floor for your home.

The Pros and Cons of Laminate

Being cost effective, there are several different types of laminate flooring that mimics to look of more expensive flooring. There are different plank widths and colors that are made to handle any type of traffic. Laminate is constantly changing and advancing with better installation with locking systems, new finishes and more.

What is Laminate made of?

Laminate flooring is made by fusing together multiple layers into one piece. Typically the core of the board is made out of high or medium density fiberboard which supports the weight and stress of foot traffic. Below the core is a stabilizing layer, and above the core is a decorative image layer that is bonded to the top. A transparent wear layer is applied over the decorative layer and then treated with a coat or two of aluminum oxide finish, giving laminate its scratch and scuff resistant reputation.

There are several reasons why you should consider laminate flooring in your home.  Laminate flooring is durable making it compatible with high traffic areas. It is easy to install with a simple interlocking system and “floating” installation and can be installed on virtually any subflooring. It is cost effective while providing many choices in quality and style. The best feature of laminate flooring is that is simple and easy to maintain, is environmentally friendly and has hypoallergenic qualities. 

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What are the Different Types of Laminate?

Although laminate is well known for being a hardwood substitute, new technology has made it possible to also mimic the look of stone and tile flooring as well, giving you more design possibility.

Types of Laminate

Laminate Warranties

Being aware of the types of warranties available for laminate can influence your decision. Make sure you learn about our laminate warranties so you make the best choice for your home.

Learn About Laminate Warranties

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