If you’ve ever considered a wood-look floor covering for your home, you owe it to yourself to check out laminate flooring
. Not only does it do an excellent job of mimicking real solid hardwood flooring, but it can also stand up too much of the activity levels your home has to dish out. Durability is a feature that often draws homeowners to this product, and the many benefits can make a loyal customer of the avid researcher.
At Carpeteria, we are proud to serve the communities of San Jose, Los Altos, Campbell, Santa Clara, Monte Serrano, Dublin, San Ramone, Pleasanton, Livermore, Danville, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Sunnyvale, Alameda, Hayward, Castle Valley, Oakland, and San Leandro. We do so from our four showrooms, located in Campbell, CA, Dublin, CA, Los Altos, CA, and San Leandro, CA. We’d love the opportunity to show you our large variety of floor coverings and help you find the one that perfectly fits your own preferences and needs. From there, we can offer professional design consultations and installation services, so be sure to visit us when you’re in the area.
While many homeowners are aware of the wood-look laminate flooring options, few know that this material mimics other looks as well. For instance, you find laminate that also looks like ceramic & porcelain tile and many stone varieties. With so many appearance options, you never have to worry about matching the flooring to your decor. Better still, whatever you choose is likely to last through a variety of changes in design and flooring trends.
Laminate is structured to offer an excellent amount of durability, even in the busiest homes. Boards are sturdy and dense, featuring a construction that can even help to make uneven areas of flooring even again. With an underlayment placed beneath, these floors offer a bit of resilience, a warmer touch, and a quieter step as you walk across it. All the while, the structural integrity is only strengthened, for a very functional surface.
You’ll find that this floor covering is easy to install and the process is quickly finished. Since the boards can lock into place after simply clicking together, the process can move along faster than some other materials. When your installers are finished, you’ll have a gorgeous floor you can walk on right away. They’re also easy to care for and maintain, and look great for years to come.