Laminate flooring is an enormously popular flooring choice for home installation, thanks to its durability and versatility. Made from a layer of decorative plastic laminate bonded to a core material and covered with a protective wear layer, laminate flooring can be made to look like a wide variety of materials, including hardwoods, stone, ceramic tile, and even metal.
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The Second part of our comprehensive comparison between Vinyl and Laminate Flooring. You can read part 1 here.
When you want a durable, economical, attractive floor covering for your home that you can install by yourself, you may find yourself gravitating toward vinyl flooring or laminate flooring. Both floors hit those key points and more. But between the two, which flooring is a better choice for your home?
If you find yourself confused, it’s excusable. From a distance, they look alike. Both are economical. Both are synthetic. Not only that, flooring manufacturers tend to promote both products similarly.
Everyone will age and will need to start thinking about how your home will be setup is a way to avoid falls, slips and all sorts of accidents, while providing great looks and comfort.
Choosing a flooring material for seniors who want to age in place in their homes doesn’t need to be complicated. The trick is to consider five main factors and to prioritize those factors for each type of flooring and how and where you will use it.
The bedroom is a place where you want the flooring to be soft, plush, and comfortable underfoot. Unfortunately, many of the flooring materials that meet those criteria are actually susceptible to damage from simple, normal pet habits.
The problem at hand is that you love your pet, but you really want some wood, or at least wood-looking, flooring options, so let’s take a look at what you can, or can’t have.