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Choosing Laminated Wood Flooring

Laminated wood flooring is the hottest floor-covering product in America. Created in Europe, the product has now been in use for over 20 years. Laminated wood flooring is an interlocking system that is installed on top of an existing substrate. This type of laminated wood flooring has been used in the renovation of older buildings throughout Europe. This floating laminate installation can be used on any hard, flat surface and is easy enough to be a do-it-yourself application. "Floating" as used........ Read More

Steps On How To Install Laminated Flooring

Laminated flooring is a great floor covering idea since it can provide the home with various look may it be rustic stone, soothing ceramic or classic wood laminated flooring is simply the best option. And the best thing about laminated flooring is that it is very affordable so you can have the quality, style and durability at prices that will not break the bank. Since laminate is a floating floor, they sort of produce a slight tapping sound as you walk on it. If the tapping sound annoys you the........ Read More

Choosing And Buying Inexpensive Laminated Flooring

A laminate floor is a composite floor with either a chipboard or HDF core, bonded to a film of wood-effect veneer and covered with a laminated surface. Although it may look like wood veneer flooring, it's not. Most laminate floors feature a photographic representation of wood grain and, unlike wood veneers, laminates cannot be sanded or refurbished once it starts to show wear. In terms of aesthetic appeal, it's hard to beat laminates or wood-look overlay floors. They offer great value, plus the........ Read More

Laminated Flooring Installation Tips

Laminate floors are placed over the sub-floor without actually being attached to it. In other words, laminate flooring simply lies on whatever’s underneath it (wood, cement, linoleum, etc.). Laminate floors come in squares or planks, and have a variety of shapes and sizes The planks have a tongue and groove edge which are locked together. Many laminate floors don’t require any glue, making installation much easier with their glueless locking systems. Other laminate floors have glue pre-appl........ Read More


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Timber Flooring Articles

Flooring Timber Flooring Hardwood Flooring Carpet
Renovating Bamboo Flooring Laminated Flooring Slate Tile
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Flooring Timber Flooring Hardwood Flooring Carpet
Renovating Bamboo Flooring Laminated Flooring Slate Tile
Flooring Tips Wood Flooring Home Improvement Flooring Ideas
Kitchen Flooring Real Wood Inexpensive Flooring Parquet Flooring

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