Published at Friday, May 24th, 2019 - 17:01:56 PM. Laminate Flooring. By Alexandrine Joly.
Another reason that it's faster to install laminate flooring than it is hardwoods is because laminate planks are made somewhat wider than hardwood planks. This means that you'll have fewer boards to cut and install which will mean you can finish the process in a much shorter time. You'll like the awesome durability of laminate flooring. It is designed to be about fifteen times as strong as the best natural hardwood flooring. Because of its strength, it's much more difficult to damage a laminate floor, and it will stand up to high traffic much better than the solid wood does. Many laminate flooring products come with a ten or fifteen year warranty which is considerably longer than the warranties offered for hardwoods. This shows that the manufacturers of laminates have more confidence in the durability of their products, and you can, too. This is good, because laminates cannot be sanded and refinished to renew their beauty like hardwoods can.
When a Texan laminate expert named Ralph Wilson Sr. retired from the laminate industry as an executive, he felt somewhat bored by the long vacant retirement hours. To fill up his time, Wilson established a small enterprise dedicated to making decorative laminate materials in 1956. It was his so-called retirement hobby. The company, Ralph Wilson Plastics Company, started to grow because it stuck to its mission to deliver ”laminate anywhere in the United States in 10 days or less.” Nowadays, Wilsonart International is one of the largest laminate manufacturers in the US. The company now makes a wide array of laminate materials. One of the marquee products of the company is laminate flooring.
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