Laminated Flooring

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Laminated flooring is a type of floor covering made from a high-density fiberboard (HDF) core layer that is topped with a decorative image and a clear protective layer. The image is usually a high-resolution photograph of natural wood or stone, which creates an authentic look. The protective layer is usually made of melamine, which provides scratch and water resistance.

Laminated flooring is often favored for its durability, affordability, and ease of maintenance compared to traditional hardwood flooring. It is also available in a wide range of colors and styles, making it easy to find a look that matches your decor.

The installation process of laminated flooring is relatively simple, as the planks can be snapped together like puzzle pieces. Some laminated flooring options are also available in the click-and-lock design, making the installation process even easier.

Laminated flooring is often considered a cost-effective alternative to traditional hardwood flooring, as it is made from lower-cost materials and does not require the same level of maintenance. However, it may not have the same level of durability as hardwood flooring and may show wear and tear more easily over time.

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