Laminate Flooring in Colorado Springs, CO
The versatile, durable result of fusing four different layers of material into one beautiful flooring product. Able to be manufactured into any size and shape, laminate is often made to mimic the look of real hardwood planks or stone tiles.
The Layers of Laminate
- On the bottom, a backing layer for balance and sealing away of moisture. This layer can be a built-in underlayment substitute.
- Next, the bulk of laminate is a core layer made of high-density material that gives the tile or plank its strength and stability.
- Third from the bottom is a decorative, high-quality photographic design layer. This can be a print of any flooring material, including hardwood, stone or ceramic tile.
- Finally, the top wear layer protects the printed layer from wear, scratching, UV damage and staining.
With so many different laminate looks and styles to choose from, the possibilities are endless. Hover over the images to learn more about each unique style.
What’s the difference between laminate flooring and hardwood flooring?
Because of its incredible natural beauty and durability, hardwood flooring is a highly sought-after look. To capture that desire for natural beauty, newer homes are being constructed using laminate flooring, a more affordable solution with more versatility and options for style. While the two types of flooring look and act identical in many ways, they’re obviously very different.
FAQs of Laminate Flooring
Still looking for more info about laminate flooring? Here are some of the laminate questions
we get asked most often by our customers here at Payless Design Center