Laminate is a man-made product that is designed to simulate / imitate the look of hardwood floors, and
at much less the cost. Although they didn’t have the same luster as hardwood, laminate floors seemed
to be a viable option for many business and home owners.
At least in the past, laminate floors were easily identified as such. And today’s technology has allowed
manufacturers to create substantially more realistic products with hardwood features like distressing,
hand scraping, and textures, which are common wood decorations sought after by many.
Laminate flooring has become so high quality as of late, that it’s not farfetched to state that most people
today cannot tell the two apart unless they are looking at the planks prior to installation.
Laminate flooring is perfect for homeowners who want the look and feel of real hardwood flooring
without the maintenance and cost associated with natural wood.
Laminate, like hardwood flooring, comes in thousands of different styles, colors, textures, and levels of
distressing allowing the selection of the right one for your home. Options include neutral and natural
colors, dark wood grains, warm and cool color tones, restoration hardware, barn / farm house, elegant
French, Italian Tuscany, Sedona, and much more!
If you have a busy home with children and pets, a durable, low maintenance product like laminate may
be a great choice for your home.
To add to the aforementioned benefits, since laminate flooring is stain resistant, it doesn’t need to be
varnished or waxed and are also less likely to fade in direct sunlight, like wood flooring.
Design is the fundamental soul of a man-made creation that ends up expressing itself in successive outer layers of the product or service.