Laminate flooring benefits

Before installing new floors, you'll want to weigh the laminate flooring pros and cons. Not only is laminate flooring good for your budget, but it’s also better for the environment than other types of flooring. With the latest flooring technology, no one has to know that your laminate flooring isn't actually hardwood flooring. Below, you'll find more of the benefits of laminate flooring.

Mimics look of expensive flooring

The various shades of laminate flooring allow you to choose the look right down to the tree species. Some laminates offer beveled, distressed, and highly textured options to give your laminate floor the look and feel of natural hardwood.

Our helpful salespeople are also happy to teach you the differences between laminate flooring vs. hardwood at our laminate flooring store. While hardwood flooring is made from tree species, laminate flooring is made from a synthetic flooring product that undergoes a lamination process.

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Do you like the rustic appeal of hardwood floors, but aren't sure if it'll fit your budget? You're in luck. The flooring industry has been able to develop laminate flooring that mimics the authentic look of wood flooring or even ceramic tile. Our laminate floor company offers a wide range of styles and prices to fit your budget.

Environmentally friendly

Compared to other flooring products, laminates use less wood and other resources during manufacturing. Since laminate flooring is incredibly durable, you may even be able to get a 25 year warranty. When you don't have to replace flooring as often, you're cutting down on waste that would have been sent to the landfill.

Carpet Bonanza is a laminate flooring company that works hard to help customers pick the right flooring for their homes and commercial buildings. If you are interested in browsing through our generous selection of laminate flooring, give our flooring store a call at (616) 396-2765.
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