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 The fastest growing flooring choice in America is laminate flooring. Its European fame has made it spread quickly into the United States. All laminate flooring is installed using the free-floating method which means the laminate flooring simply lies on top of the sub-floor.  While some brands still make glue together planks most have switched to a no glue locking system which allows the planks to snap together.  
    Laminate floors are extremely durable and can be used in a wide array of applications from a simple bedroom in your home, to the showroom of an automobile dealership. They are by far the simplest floors to maintain. In most cases a simple sweeping or a light mopping is all that's required.
    Laminate flooring is a plank type floor, constructed of different layers. Usually, the top layer or "wear layer" is clear. It is a low or high density laminate, depending on the manufacturer and style - similar to a counter top laminate. Although it is similar to a counter top laminate, it is, in most cases, anywhere from 10 to 20 times harder than counter tops, and more resistant to scratches, burns, chipping, dents, etc. The second layer is usually the design or decorative layer which gives it the unique look of wood, or in some cases, tile flooring. Some laminate floor manufacturers add a third or "base" layer for greater stability. All of these layers are fused by heat and pressure to a high density core, creating an extremely resilient floor

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Laminate flooring has swept the nation! It is by far the fastest-growing sector of the flooring industry.  Schedule an estimate today to see the newest products on the market.