Hints & Tips
When searching for flooring options, we often search for a mix of beauty and functionality. Everyone wants flooring that compliments their interior, whilst being easy to upkeep and maintain. The perfect flooring to solve these problems is laminate flooring – if you still need convincing, here are a few reasons you should consider laminate flooring for your next flooring option:
Flooring options come in and out of style as often as the pair of jeans in your wardrobe. The only difference is that your flooring is much more tedious and costly to replace. To make things better, it comes in a variety of styles and colours, so it’s easy to match your laminate to your desired room just as easy as any other flooring option but with the advantage of standing the test of time when it comes to being on-trend and stylish.
Laminate flooring is made almost entirely from wood, with a durable overlay of melamine and beautiful laminate, pressed together to create an abrasion-resistant surface. This surface type helps prevent long-term damage caused by heavy furniture, office chairs, stiletto heels and even cigarette burns. Because of this, laminate flooring is a great option for those areas of your property that endures lots of traffic. Its strong and hard-wearing qualities make it perfect for busy homes with lots of visitors.
The protective layer on laminate flooring means it is an incredibly easy flooring option to maintain and keep clean. Dirt, dust and grime can easily be wiped away with a soft fibre cloth – which means no deep cleaning, scrubbing, staining or waxing is needed to keep an immaculate-looking floor.
If you’re trying to transform your room on a budget, laminate flooring can be a great option, especially if you’re looking for a hardwood flooring look, without the price tag to match. Similarly, laminate flooring can be a much lighter option on the purse strings, compared to carpeting a room wall-to-wall. Due to its durability, you will also save money long-term on the lack of upkeep costs involved with having laminate flooring compared to other options available.
Quick And Easy Installation
Some flooring options can involve a lengthy and tedious installation – but this is not the case with laminate. Whilst it is always advised to contract a professional to install your laminate floors for you, it can be done as a DIY project for those on a tight budget, or for those DIY connoisseurs out there.
There is no one perfect flooring type for every home, so it is important to choose the flooring type that best suits your needs. Need more help? Visit our tips and tricks section, or contact us today to see how we can help you choose your new flooring perfect for you.