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Choosing laminate for your floors

Choosing laminate flooring for your home can mean a lot of things. It can mean you’ll get the look of all-natural materials like wood, stone, and tile with benefits that are better suited to the life of a busy homeowner. It can also mean that you’ll get functionality, durability, and an excellent lifespan as well. When everything is combined together, you get a floor covering that could very likely meet every requirement you have for the flooring you need.

At Carpet & Wood Floor Liquidators, we have more than 25 years of experience in the flooring industry that we can put to work for you. When you visit our showroom in Linthicum Heights, MD, we’ll find out exactly what your needs and preferences in flooring are, and then we’ll match you with the best flooring available. Better still, we’ll offer you high-quality products in your own budget range. We proudly serve the communities of Baltimore, Severna Park, Pasadena, Catonsville, Glen Burnie, Forest Hill, Fallston, BelAir, Abingdon, Aberdeen, and Lancaster, PA. We look very forward to serving you as well.

Laminate benefits you’ll love

Laminate provides an excellent overall appearance, offering some of the most well replicated natural material looks in the industry. From the timeless elegance of solid hardwood to the allure of stone variations such as marble and slate, you’re sure to be able to match any style or decor scheme you have in place. Your guests may not even realize they’re not actually walking on the real thing.

The lifespan of laminate flooring ranges, according to several options to include the thickness of the boards themselves as well as the protective layer on top. As you might expect, the thicker these are, the more durable and long-lasting your floors will be. Thicker boards are often chosen to provide stability over subpar or uneven subfloors for a better look for the entire room.
Modern laminate flooring in Severna Park, MD from Carpet & Wood Floor Liquidators
An underlayment can be installed underneath this flooring that creates a kind of resilience to this hard surface floor covering. You’ll notice a softer step, a warmer touch, and even a certain amount of noise reduction. It can also add an extra level of insulation which helps to retain heat in the winter and cool air in the summer.

For even more peace of mind, be sure to ask about water-resistant laminate. While not entirely waterproof, it does give you more time to clean up spills and is less affected by dampness and moisture.

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