Homeowners have a love for laminate because of itsamazing ability to mimic hardwood flooring and its resiliency. They also love waterproof, because it’s a floor covering that provides complete peace of mind. When you combine the two, you have a product that meets more needs and desires, than many other flooring types combined. You might wonder why you haven’t checked it out already. But if you haven’t, you’re in luck. Just read on.
Washington Flooring has a simple formula to keep our customers coming back. We provide affordable flooring from qualified staff with one contact person throughout the entire process. We also provide the product, the installation services and provide help, should problems arise at any future point. We proudly serve the Washington, Clinton, Hackettstown, Stewartsville, and Califon areas, with a showroom located in Washington, NJ. Stop by to speak with a flooring specialist at your convenience to find out which flooring is best for your needs.
Benefits of Waterproof Laminate
With waterproof laminate, there are many benefits. To begin with, you’ll have a floor that looks just like solid hardwood. With various wood species, stain colors and finishes to choose from, your guests might not even know they’re not walking on the real thing. On the other hand, laminate also includes an underlayment that adds to its already existing resilience, so you’ll feel a spring in your stepping, just walking across this flooring.
But looks aren’t everything. Performance plays the most important role in the overall lifespan of your flooring, and waterproof laminate won’t let you down. Since it is impervious to water, spills, moisture, humidity, and even massive appliance failure that results in big messes. Theywill be easy to clean up.
As icing on the cake, this floor covering is easy to install. You won’t have to leave your home, relocate your pets, or send your children to the Grandparents for the weekend. In fact, you’ll be able to walk on this flooring as soon as your installers finish this beautiful job.
Cleaning and maintenance are simple as well. Sweeping or vacuuming every day, followed by a damp mop is a good start. To maintain these floors and keep them looking like new for years, ask your flooring professional about the use of area rugs to keep dirt and debris at bay.