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LAMINATES FLOORING CHOICES

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Laminates have evolved into almost a luxury item with the introduction of the new wood and tile styles form the major manufactures.  Whether the high gloss piano finish or the embossing of wood grains to a more natural look, laminate floor has come a long way in a short time.

The new style of laminates mimic nature to the fullest possible effect from embossed stone, stained concrete tiles to all styles of wood from the common Oak to the exotic and rare Island Koa.

Laminate floors comes with a HDF core and thermosfused backing that forms a great moisture barrier resistant to both surface spills and sub-floor moisture.

 

The great thing is that with all of their innovations and changes laminate is still affordable at any price for a total package of both tile and wood without the mess and time lost with the real thing as to installation and easy of upkeep.

Laminates comes in two distant styles and types Wood and Tile.



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Tile Laminate flooring comes in squares tiles, tile planks with tile imprinted on them with grout lines, and tile planks with varying sizes of tile on the plank.
 
The size of the tiles planks are usually 12” wide by 4’ long or 15” X 15” single tiles.
 
 
Wood Laminate flooring comes in single planks and with 2 or 3 strips on a plank.  They are now embossed for the real effect of wood, hand scraped, distressed and with beveled edges for a more casual look.
 

With laminates new innovative locking systems out there, there is no more mess with excessive or too little glue and having to wait while it dries before using or walking on the floor.

During laminates short time on the market NO OTHER product has gone through so many changes.  From glue to click and now with Teflon and Aluminum Oxide added to finish which protects the color and surface of the product.

 
 

Cleaning laminate floors all you need is a lightly damp mop and cleaner for laminates.  Water and spills do not penetrate into the seams or through the top layer of the flooring and will wait for clean up, but all spills should be cleaned up as soon as they happen.

 

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