Laminate flooring is an affordable, easy-care flooring solution for homeowners. But where does it come from and what are its applications? We’ll break down the details about this popular flooring, plus show you the ways in which laminate flooring history has evolved over the years. What is Laminate Flooring? Laminate . . . Read more
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Depending on your type of floors, the type of cleaning will vary, but any floor can be cleaned easily. Here’s how to clean your kitchen floor.
If you’re planning to install laminate flooring in your home, you’ll inevitably need to deal with doorways. Whether you’re rejuvenating your floors in one room or your entire house, installing laminate flooring around exterior and interior doorways requires a few extra steps. Here’s a handy guide on laminate floor installation to . . . Read more
Where to Install Laminate Flooring You can install laminate flooring in almost every room in your home, whether it’s above or below ground, or over wood or concrete. Most manufacturers aim to make laminate flooring an “install anywhere” type of product. Along with basements and living rooms, laminate floor installations are . . . Read more
If you’re considering fiberboard core flooring, you’re probably wondering what the difference is between high density fiberboard and medium density fiberboard. To help you make an educated decision we have the breakdown on HDF vs MDF, and which will better suit your needs. What is HDF (High Density Fiberboard) Flooring? . . . Read more
Throughout the years, there has been a steady increase in flooring options available to builders and homeowners alike. Choosing a floor that fits your needs includes a number of attractive choices such as wood, tile, marble, stone, and more. In the wood flooring arena, two options stand out: traditional hardwood . . . Read more
Laminate is undoubtedly one of the most ‘low-maintenance’ flooring materials available, primarily because of its unique composition. Laminate flooring is generally made up of various layers fused together to form a flooring board. There are four main layers: the wear layer, the pattern layer (also known as the image layer), . . . Read more
Generally speaking, laminate flooring is a low maintenance option that is generally easy to install. That being said, there are a few things to keep in mind before purchasing laminate flooring, and after you’ve installed it. If you want to preserve your laminate floor’s finish for as long as possible, . . . Read more