Laminate flooring is made from a thin layer of plastic laminate printed

Laminate flooring is made from a thin layer of plastic laminate printed

Laminate flooring

Laminate Flooring
Laminate flooring is made from a thin layer of plastic laminate printed with a design layer,

bonded to a base layer of high-density fiberboard (HDF), and topped with a clear wear layer.

It is a remarkably versatile material that can be manufactured to look like almost any material,

including hardwood, stone, or even metal. Laminate is probably the best option for a DIY floor installer as it’s made specifically for easy installation. It’s also a low-cost alternative that still offers an attractive appearance.

Pros
-Easy to install: Laminate plank floors use a modified form of tongue-and-groove connections, sometimes known as “click-lock.” This is one of the easiest flooring materials for careful DIYers to install, though surface preparation is critical.

-Many design choices available: Laminate flooring has now been around for decades, and manufacturers offer an almost infinite range of styles and designs, many of which are fairly good mimics of hardwood or natural stone.

Cons
-Can be scratched: Over time, it is almost impossible to avoid scratching the clear wear layer on laminate floors, as owners of active dogs with unclipped toenails can attest. Better quality laminates have thicker, more durable wear layers, but even with these, the floors will eventually get scratched.

-A hard surface: Although they can closely resemble hardwood, laminate floors have even less resilience than wood, and a fall on a laminate floor will hurt and perhaps injure. This may not be the best choice in a bedroom for young children or older adults. ดูหนังออนไลน์ 

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