Features & Benifits
Laminate is generally more budget-friendly compared to natural hardwood or stone flooring, making it an attractive option for cost-conscious consumers.
Laminate comes in a wide variety of designs, colors, and patterns, allowing you to find a style that complements your decor.
The wear layer on top provides resistance against scratches, stains, fading, and dents, making laminate a durable option for high-traffic areas.
Most laminate floors use a click-and-lock installation system, making it a popular choice for DIY projects.
Laminate flooring is relatively easy to maintain. Regular sweeping or vacuuming, along with occasional damp mopping, is usually sufficient to keep it clean.
While not completely waterproof, laminate flooring has some resistance to moisture, making it suitable for most areas of the home, excluding bathrooms and areas with excessive moisture
Unlike carpets, laminate does not trap dust, allergens, or pet dander, making it a better choice for individuals with allergies.