Laminate flooring can be an incredible addition to homes in the St. Louis, MO area. When we ask homeowners on why they love laminate flooring, they point to four main benefits: beauty, durability, versatility, and cost.  Our experts at Floor Coverings International Arch City take a closer look.

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Laminate Flooring is a Beautiful Flooring Surface

It’s likely that you’ve walked on laminate flooring without even knowing it. That’s because laminate flooring can impeccably imitate real hardwood, stone, and tile flooring. High definition printing technology makes it possible for your laminate floors to look any way you want. Want the appearance of reclaimed hardwood floors without the cost? Laminate flooring is a great option. Want marble floors without worrying about possible damage? You can’t go wrong with laminate flooring.

Laminate Flooring is Highly Durable

Speaking of damage, laminate flooring’s durability is perhaps second to none. Our customers are amazed when they rub a quarter along the surface of laminate flooring only to see no scratching. Laminate flooring is also moisture resistant, sunlight resistant, and very easy to clean. Its unique composition (four layers of synthetic materials) makes it able to withstand heavy weight and high traffic.

Laminate Flooring is Versatile

Laminate flooring can be installed just about anywhere. (This is a rare quality — For example, solid wood flooring can’t be installed in basements.) Have an unpleasant subfloor? Laminate flooring can go on top. It can also be laid next to all kinds of flooring, including carpet, tile, wood, and stone. Laminate flooring can transition beautifully.

Laminate Flooring Can Save You Money

Laminate flooring is, on average, less expensive than hardwood, stone, and tile flooring. This is a selling point for many homeowners in the St. Louis, MO area who want the benefits and beauty of hardwood, stone, and tile without the higher price tag.

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