Laminate Flooring Grants Pass OR

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Colonial Decorators
(541) 479-3192
535 Ne Westbrook Way
Grants Pass, OR
 
Lipperts Carpet One
(541) 476-7641
1150 Rogue River Hwy
Grants Pass, OR
 
Timber Products Grant Pass
(541) 479-6822
125 Ne Mill St
Grants Pass, OR
 
Tim Ply Company Division of Timber Products Company
(541) 479-6822
111 Ne Mill St
Grants Pass, OR
 
Kings Protective Coatings
(541) 479-0700
869 Rogue River Hwy
Grants Pass, OR
 
Lonnies Land of Laminate & Hardwood
(541) 476-0111
405 Ne 7th St
Grants Pass, OR
 
Steve Locke Flooring
(541) 846-1383
15950 Highway 238
Grants Pass, OR
 
Imel & Sons Hardwood Floors
(541) 479-7919
2001 Ne Foothill Blvd
Grants Pass, OR
 
Trinity Carpet
(541) 476-1410
964 Se M St
Grants Pass, OR
 
Daves Wholesale Flooring and Remnants
(541) 955-5001
1724 Dowell Rd
Grants Pass, OR
 

Laminate Flooring

The hardwood look for half the price

The look of a wooden floor is timeless; not only does it create a warm, polished feel in any room, it also goes with just about any decor. However, not everyone can afford to lay down an expensive hardwood floor. Fortunately, that doesn't mean that they can't have the look – laminate flooring is a wood-based home flooring option that floats above an existing subfloor. It's easy to install and looks wonderful in any room. If you're ready to replace your flooring, then consider this attractive option for your home.

Advantages of Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring has a lot of advantages over hardwood or carpet . It's durable like hardwood, but it's easier to take care of since you don't need to wax or oil it. And you don't have to worry about spills because laminate flooring doesn't soak up liquid like carpet or hardwood flooring does. Plus, sunlight won't fade the color or grain.

Second, laminate wood flooring looks good virtually everywhere – hallways, kitchens, living rooms, even bedrooms. And it goes with almost any design style. The modern housing market favors wooden floors over carpeting, so if you're planning to sell, discount laminate flooring can be an easy way to increase the value of your home and the potential for a sale.

Finally, installing laminate flooring is a snap – literally! Both styles – planks and tiles – have tongue-and-groove edges that simply snap together, eliminating the need for expensive professional installation. Of course, you have to be careful to follow the directions exactly, and if you have any concerns, you might want to hire a professional just to be safe. Laminate floors may be cheaper than hardwood ones, but you still don't want to have to fix or replace them very often.

Disadvantages of Laminate Flooring

Despite its versatility, laminate is not a great option for a laundry room or bathroom. Moisture can seep under the floorboards and cause the floor to warp, requiring parti...

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