Laminate flooring has a lot to offer as far as appearances go. For instance, you can choose from looks that mimic solid hardwood, ceramic & porcelain tile, or a variety of natural stone. Within each of those, there are further options for colors and styles, so decorating options are quite varied. The trick is to find the one that has the look you want, the benefits you need, and a price you can afford. And we can certainly help you out with that.
Reliable Floor Coverings has a long history of providing high-quality flooring and exceptional services to our customers. We believe in complete customer satisfaction, and going the extra mile to make sure that’s achieved. We also have experienced flooring staff in place to assist you as soon as you visit our Edmonds, WA showroom. They’ll help you browse our large selection of products in a no-hassle environment and choose the best product for your specific needs. We are happy to serve the communities of Edmonds, Everett, Shoreline, Lynnwood, and Bothell, and we look very forward to serving you as well. Stop by at your convenience.
When searching for the perfect laminate for your home, be sure to consider your budget first of all. It’s not fun to have to consider a cut-off point, but it can help you make great strides in choosing the perfect product. At the same time, don’t base your choice purely on savings, because not all flooring is alike. Spending a bit more on better laminate, as long as it’s within your means to do so, can make more of a difference than you might think.
It’s very important to truly consider your activity levels inside your home when choosing laminate. In fact, it can make a huge difference in how long your floors will actually last in your home. Each home is different. Some have one or two residents, while others are multi-generational with pets and lots of get-togethers. The amount of traffic, the kinds of traffic, and how often you’re available to clean and maintain your floors makes a big difference in how long they will actually last.
Laminate installation is often a gray area, and many homeowners attempt a DIY installation instead of choosing a professional service. While it’s true this product is much easier to install than a product like carpet or porcelain tile, it could be that a professional installation will serve you better.