Laminate flooring may be the ideal choice for you

Many consider laminate flooring a trend. It has been considered a terrific, affordable alternative to genuine wood for decades, and wood-look floors are currently in vogue today. However, laminate wood flooring, with deep embossing, micro beveling, raised grains, and other textures and innovations, make it sometimes even difficult for the flooring experts to tell it from the real thing. Most people will never know, but you will when you go to pay for it!

Why thick laminate flooring matters

A more robust service will give you that quality, the authentic feeling of a hard surface, such as hardwood or stone. That kind of density will also hide subfloor imperfections better, be quieter, and even provide more design options because it's a lot easier to carve on a thick surface than a thin one. While laminate flooring comes in a range of thicknesses up to 12-mm, buy the best your wallet will allow.

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Waterproof laminate flooring: just what the market was waiting for

Waterproof laminate flooring is entirely spill-proof, eliminating all concerns about soaking and staining. A construction that eliminates wood makes installation in the kitchen and bath possible, where before, the wood tended to warp with moisture. In addition, we carry RevWood Plus and RevWood Select, product collections that provide the visual appeal of natural hardwood without the hefty price tag or the restrictions of high-end wood.

Why the AC (Abrasion Criteria) System is important

All laminate flooring isn't the same. Some can be used only on walls or low traffic rooms like the bedroom, while others are meant for commercial use. AC is a one-to-six system with a series of very comprehensive tests monitored by a third party; the system even measures the impact of furniture legs on a product. Just the failure of one test can push the product to a lower number. As the numbers increase, so does the strength. The most common measurement for residential use is AC3 because it handles all foot traffic and wear levels. AC1 and AC2 are for wall and low traffic use, while AC5 and AC6 are for commercial use.
Laminate flooring in Warner Robins, GA from The Floor Store & Cabinet Shop

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Laminate flooring is low maintenance, with only regular sweeping and periodic mopping needed. Installation is a floating floor where the pieces click together, mat, and hover without nails or glue. Subfloors need to be clean, dry, and level.

If you live or work in Warner Robins, GA, Macon, GA, Fort Valley, GA, Hawkinsville, GA or Perry, GA, come into the The Floor Store & Cabinet Shop to explore laminate wood flooring. It’s not at all the same product of decades ago! Our showrooms are in Warner Robins, GA, and you'll also walk out with a free quote.