Why Choose Laminate Flooring
If you’re wanting that authentic hardwood look without the expense, Stylish Interiors has the perfect solution: our wide selection of laminate flooring. Laminate is one of the more affordable types of flooring, and its “floating floor” installation is quick and easy. The best example of a floating floor is laminate flooring, which is almost never glued down to the subfloor. With the introduction of the tongue-and-groove method, individual planks can be interlocked to form the flooring bed to give a smooth, complete finish.
Without breaking the bank, laminate flooring has the potential to really elevate your interior design, proving to be an economical design choice. Best of all, our laminate experts can bring our showroom to you. Our in-home estimates are always free and give you a chance to try out our quality products in the comfort of your own space.
As mentioned above, laminate flooring is extremely budget-friendly and comes in a variety of styles, textures, widths and grades to elevate almost every room. In general, it is more affordable than other popular floor options, such as hardwood, stone, porcelain and ceramic. Laminate flooring is also much cheaper and quicker to install compared to other flooring.
Modern laminate floors are almost indistinguishable from a real hardwood floor. Wood-look laminate comes in shades of colors from blond to deep red to dark black. Even the complex texture of real timber, such as the knots, cracks and flaws, can be perfectly simulated. You can even choose laminate that has the appearance of natural stone or concrete.
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Laminate Flooring Maintenance
Laminate is attractive, low maintenance, and very durable. It enhances the value of your home for less money than you would spend on solid hardwood or engineered wood flooring. Yet for all of its stellar qualities, cleaning presents a unique set of problems: laminate and liquids do not mix. But keeping your laminate flooring looking new is still relatively easy, if you know how to take care of it. Here are the best ways to clean laminate floors.
To regularly clean your laminate, sweeping or vacuuming with the soft-brush attachment every couple weeks will do the trick. To clean up a sticky or staining spill of liquid, try a solution of one part vinegar to three parts water, but use water sparingly as you clean. Water can soak in and cause peeling and separation in your laminate planks.