Laminate flooring – the Most Suitable Flooring Choice
Laminate flooring is supposed to be the most suitable option for the finest flooring for home construction or remodeling projects. Architects and engineers mostly recommend laminate flooring of different thicknesses as per their use and application. Homeowners also prefer laminate flooring for their residential purposes and other apparent advantages that it provides. In fact, it is the easiest way to inject outstanding sophistication of real wood floors to your home. It is highly economical option and can illuminate the homes with minimum investment.
Laminate flooring is user-friendly, easy to install and genuinely glue less. Once it is installed, people can enjoy it for years without any hassle of maintenance or re-installation. It is genuinely ageless and sits as an ideal home décor for any type of traditional or modern home comfort. It is available in different shades, thickness and styles as per the growing demand of home decor and class sophistication. It is easy to match the home’s theme and gives a pleasant look to the place.
Architects recommend thick Oak strips for flooring in order to give maximum thickness and standard length to the flooring. Its surface becomes thick and equally divided into perfect uniform width slats or staves. The pattern runs in the same direction throughout the floor to give a look and feel of homogeneity. Homeowners can select the perfect and excellent designs as per the modern and traditional living styles. The edges of the boards meet in such a manner that it create water smooth surface that cobbles the floor together from board to board, making it perfectly accessible and functional. The overall look of this floor lavishes a contemporary flair and super fine feeling to the room. It is mainly used in the residential applications like kitchen, living room, dining room except bathrooms and wet rooms.
Today, laminate floors are the most suitable choice of wood flooring amongst interior decorators and fashion-obsessed people. Besides its overall beauty and ravishing functionality it is also an affordable & durable option that is maintenance free. It is very fade and stain resistant and there is no need for polishing, waxing or added varnish. It is suitable for use over any type of subfloor including under floor heating, etc and as per the living specifications.
People also experiment with the laminate floors and cross different light and dark shades for more exquisite look and elegance. With different types of wood-grains, people match the floor color with their cabinetry and ceilings. Such coordinating contrast and color match gives exceptionally stylish look to the place, making it better for functional and comfortable living.
Sara Lee - About Author:
Sharp Floors provides wood flooring, commercial flooring, and countertop remodeling services to the Dallas Fort Worth area. Family owned and operated for three generations, your local Dallas flooring company.
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