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Laminate Flooring in Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan And Surrounding Areas

Laminate flooring is more stain and scratch resistant than wood flooring. It is installed as a floating floor. The better quality laminate floors have a very long-life expectancy and never need to be refinished, and they are water resistant.

With so many flooring options available, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of each in relation to how they will be used. For instance, when it comes to laminate vs. luxury vinyl, both offer a wide range of colors and styles through 3D printing. Luxury vinyl is 100% waterproof and tends to have a much longer lifespan at a lower price point, but laminate tile flooring installation, though more prone to moisture damage, requires no adhesives and makes it a great choice for a quick and effortless installation.

Both hardwood and laminate flooring provide a natural appearance and warmth, along with a timeless look. Hardwood can add considerable value to your home and is fairly easy to repair, but is more costly in both time and money for materials and installation than is laminate. Laminate is more resistant to wear and tear and comes at a lower price point, but is often more difficult to repair.

Feel free to call our 24/7 customer service line to schedule a free in-home consultation with our trained design consultants and find out which flooring options are best for you, whether you’re in the market for carpeting, vinyl, laminate, linoleum, or even window treatments! Be sure to ask us about our sales and discounts on products and installation.

Laminated flooring with sofa