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Wood laminate flooring gives the look of real wood 

Wood laminate flooring has become a popular choice for new construction as well as renovations. Consumers can get the look of real hardwood without the high price tag and upkeep with laminate wood flooring. It can be difficult to spot the difference between hardwoods and laminate flooring at a first glance. The natural wood grain pattern is really a photographic image called the decorative layer under a super durable protective film that is glued and pressed to a high-density backing board.

With laminate floors you can enjoy the appearance of a solid hardwood at a fraction of the cost which is a major benefit. Wood laminate flooring has increased in popularity for both residential and commercial use due to its low maintenance. It is incredible durable and scratch- resistant so great for those high traffic area. Laminate floors are available with cores ranging from 6mm up to 12mm a thicker core is more stable and less vulnerable to buckling.

Laminate floors are installed by floating planks over most substrates such a dry concrete, plywood and some existing floor coverings. The planks have a tongue and groove edges that lock them together. Most laminate flooring requires no glue or are factory pre-glued making installation quick and easy also popular for do-it-yourself installations. Wood laminate flooring is an innovative, easy and cost-effective flooring solution.

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