Hardwood vs. Laminate Flooring

Laminate and hardwood are both popular flooring fashions, plus they are inclined to look so similar that some homeowners can not tell them apart. They are both versatile flooring products that come in a wide variety of fashions. But if you’re shopping for new flooring, you’ll have to decide: which one is the better option for your requirements?


Benefits of Hardwood Flooring

  • Hardwophotos-hgtv-chevron-hardwood-floor-white-bathtub-and-glass-door-shower-in-bright-contemporary-bathroom_chevron-wooden-floor_home-decor_home-decor-blog-decorators-rugs-decorating-catalogod floors are Timeless and Classic. They’ve been in existence for centuries and are still very desirable among homeowners and homebuyers. They have a warm, inviting appearance and are available in a number of species, stains, and finishes to suit your own style.
  • Hardwood floors is very resilient, and when cared for, it may last for decades. Depending on the species of wood you select, you may need to help protect your floors from scratches, dents, and stains. But if your floors are solid wood, then you can have them professionally restained or refinished to offer them a whole new look down the road.

Advantages of Laminate Flooring

  • Laminate is designed to look like hardwood, which means it’s possible to discover it in almost any style that you would want from traditional wood flooring. It is also very affordable and simple to install, helping you save money on both the product and labour expenses.
  • Laminate03Laminate can’t be refinished like hardwood, but it’s still quite durable. Laminate flooring will resist scratches, dents, and moisture better than several ordinary species of wood. You may expect an excellent laminate flooring to last for 10-20 years if well preserved



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