Laminate was created with durability in mind, but at the same time, making sure a timeless appearance was part of the overall product features. With thick, rugged planks, this flooring stands up to some of the busiest homes, while remaining functional enough for every family. A protective wear layer adds resistance to stains, scratches, scuffs, and fading, meaning your floors will look great for years to come. Lifespans can vary, based on the thickness of the material you choose, but average between 15 and 25 years with ease.
For the look of real natural resources such as solid hardwood
, porcelain tile, or a variety of stone types, laminate is definitely the way to go. As the first-ever wood-look flooring to hit the American market, it has only gotten better over the years. Not only do these floors look just like the real thing, but you’ll also find that grain patterns and textures are matched as well. For the tile look, authentic grout lines are even added so that your guests may never know they’re not walking on the real thing.
Installation and maintenance of laminate are quick and easy processes. The click and lock system means installation moves quickly from start to finish. After that, a broom and mop are all you need to keep these floors looking great.