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Laminate flooring is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together with a lamination process. Laminate flooring simulates wood with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer. The inner core layer is usually composed of melamine resin and fiber board materials.
Give your home the look of hardwood floors for a fraction of the cost with laminate. Popular in kitchens, bathrooms, laundry spaces, and commercial settings, these products offer unlimited potential on a limited budget.
Laminate flooring is durable and can withstand high amounts of foot traffic. This makes it a perfect option for homes with pets or children.
Laminate continues to grow in popularity for homes and commercial spaces for a variety of reasons.
Laminate Floor comes with underlayment pre-attached or it is bare.
Care and Maintenance
1. Keep it away from water-prone areas. This includes areas of your home like bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, mud rooms, and basements. Any room that has a major source of water in it is probably not the best option for laminate floors.
2. Wipe up spills immediately. This is probably the best way to prevent water damage. Use the proper methods for cleaning up different kinds of spills to not only prevent your floors from being damaged, but also to keep them looking their best.
3. Basic home maintenance. Once every few months, do a quick checkup on your appliances to make sure they’re functioning properly and aren’t leaking. Check under sinks, behind toilets, and around water heaters for any signs of potential problems.
Vinyl Tile Flooring
Vynil Flooring Types
Vinyl flooring is a 100-percent synthetic material. The base layer is usually fiberglass which is then coated in pvc vinyl and a plasticizer. The resulting sheet is printed and embossed with a surface print layer. Over this, multiple wear layers are applied, along with a layer of no-wax polyurethane.
vinyl tile flooring is often used where a significant amount of moisture is expected. It is also frequently used in remodels to replace higher maintenance flooring, like carpet.
Vinyl flooring is durable and stands up well to heavy foot traffic. It is comfortable under foot and reduces noise, which can be important for owners with kids or pets. It is also less expensive than many other flooring options and is easy to install and maintain. Vinyl flooring comes in a broad range of colors and patterns to match every decor, including a variety of lifelike wood grains.
If you’re search of waterproof bathroom flooring, or easy-to-clean kitchen flooring, look no further than our great selection of vinyl! We offer a wide variety of vinyl floor tiles in an array of colors and styles, designed to compliment a range of decors. Vinyl flooring also works well in basements.
Porcelain Tile Flooring
Porcelain Tile Flooring
Porcelain tile has a water absorption rate of 0.5 percent or lower as defined by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) section C373. To test this, the fired tile is first weighed, then it is boiled for five hours and left to sit in water for 24 hours. Then it is weighed again. If the tile weighs less than half of one-percent more as a result of water-absorbing into its surface, it is considered porcelain.
To achieve this density, a special kaolin clay mixture is used, which is finer and purer than most ceramic clay. It usually contains notable levels of quartz and feldspar mixed in. Porcelain tiles are fired at temperatures ranging from 2,200 to 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit. To the consumer, it generally suffices to say that porcelain is a dense, fine-grained, smooth tile that is more impervious to water than ordinary ceramic tile.
Porcelain tile virtually always receives a surface glazing treatment—a coating of liquified glass material—while some forms of ceramic tile are left unglazed. As a rule porcelain tile is more impervious than ceramic tile and is thus subject to less water infiltration.
Care and Maintenance
Regular maintenance is important as well. The easiest, quickest, and most effective step you can take is to regularly sweep, vacuum, and damp mop your bathroom, entryway, or kitchen tile floors. A quick sweeping or vacuuming removes dirt and debris before it can become embedded in the tile or grout.
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