Choosing the right laminate flooring for your home may seem a daunting task, especially with the suite of flooring available. Different textures, colours, grains, plank sizes and price points on offer.
Laminate floors combine the beauty and taste of timber floor with the practicality and durability of flooring technology.
Choosing the right laminate flooring should not be science or stressful but rather, a well-thought out decision that incorporates long term use and determining the true value of your laminate.
So to help you we have noted a few questions for you to think about and ask.
1. How is the laminate floor installed?
Laminate flooring is layed floating, not glued, with an innovative, yet, simple click system, called joining system, which connects the boards to each other.
2. Are their any warranties offered?
Warranties are an important part of the buying process and laminate is no exception. its important to ask the question.
3. How moisture resistant is the product?
Moisture is the natural enemy of any laminate floor. In most cases, the moisture resistance of a laminate floor is determined by the quality and moisture resistance of the HDF core. The harder the HDF core, the higher the quality of the laminate flooring.
4.Is the product reputable?
With a lot of different products available, it is important to ask about the product and company. At Flooring Studio we stand by amazing suppliers and we have a huge range of products available.
5.Can the laminate floor be installed over underfloor heating (if this is applicable to your home)?
If you have under floor heating, make sure the laminate flooring is compatible with this type of heating system.
6. Is the Laminate
Laminates can vary in their resistance to scratches and dents.
Consider your lifestyle and choose a product that meets your needs.
7.Are Samples Available?
Ask if you can take some samples home to view in your own space. This allows you to see how the laminate looks in your space and assess its quality in person. Or if one of our team is coming to your home to do a measure they can ring a range with them so that you can talk about the options together.
Our team are happy to answer any questions that you have.