Choose your laminate floor by brand, species appearance, or size.
If you want to add beauty and style to your home and enjoy the benefits of high
durability, low maintenance and low cost at the same time, then laminate is the
flooring for you!
So, what is laminate? It is manufactured flooring that imitates the appearance and
texture of hardwood,
stone or tile at a fraction of the cost. Most laminate flooring consists
of four layers: the melamine wear layer, the decorative layer, the core board and
the backing layer.
You could say that laminate is the "rising star" of flooring. It was introduced
to the world in the 1980s by Pergo, a Swedish manufacturer; it gained rapid popularity
in Europe, and soon became a hot trend in North America also. Today, the styles
and textures of laminate flooring available are virtually unlimited.
The many benefits of laminate flooring include:
- Fast and easy installation: perfect for the do-it-yourselfer, and requires no gluing
- Simple maintenance (requires little more than a damp cloth or vacuum)
- High resistance to scratches, dents, dings and everyday wear
- Healthy alternative for allergy-suffers, since it does not retain dirt and allergens
For more information, feel free to contact us at 1-888-522-5456,
email us at info@Efloors.com or visit
our live chat window. You’ll meet our experienced flooring specialists who will
be happy to answer all your questions.
Please click through and enjoy our website. Efloors.com offers top-quality laminate
flooring from several major manufacturers, including Armstrong, Bruce, Kronotex, Mannington, Mohawk, Quick-Step,
and Shaw. Because we want you to be a satisfied customer, we also have
a lot of useful information to help you learn more about laminate floors:
Pros and cons of laminate flooring
Proper trims and moldings for laminate
Should you buy laminate flooring online?
What you need to know about underlayment
for your laminate flooring
How much laminate flooring will you need?
Your laminate floor: care and maintenance
has never been easier
10 things you must know before hiring a laminate
Choosing your new laminate floor: the right
product at the right price