Laminate wood flooring has become much more popular over the past few years, particularly in young families with children. There are a number of reasons for this. One of them is the cost, which is obviously less expensive than hardwood flooring. Second, laminate floor is extremely easy to clean and preserve.
Not every type of laminate floor is glue free, but most laminate flooring is tongue and groove. Every plank simply locks together, making installation uncomplicated. It also means that your flooring will be easier to remove. We would recommend some of the most popular manufacturers like Pergo, Wilsonart, Mohawk, Show, Quick-Step, Armstrong and Alloc.
Manufactures for laminate flooring are using computerised technology to achieve high rnd, which help to produce realistic wood design on every plank. The top layer on each plank is very long lasting, hard and easy to maintain. Major benefits of laminate flooring are resistant to most stain, burns and it is acceptably scratch resistant.
For cleaning your laminate floor, you do not need soaps, wax or any other one step floor cleaners. More often than not all you need is a vacuum or a dry mop to keep your floor looking clean and new. Sliding furniture from corner to corner on your laminate floor will scratch its surface. Use the furniture pads on the sofa legs and anything else that can gouge your floor.
In general, your laminate floor needs some maintenance, but it is easier to care for.