Often overlooked, laminate flooring is, nevertheless, one of the most affordable, eclectic, and durable floors available today. Once considered a “cheap” alternative to hardwood flooring, today’s advances in manufacturing have given us a product that is made to endure your busy life, and look gorgeous while doing so. Thanks to modern innovations in digital printing, laminate flooring has much to offer, delivering a product that is aesthetically pleasing, economical, and sturdy. With our wide selection of laminates available, you will be pleasantly surprised to discover how closely laminate flooring looks and feels like actual hardwood and even tile floors.
At Lorens Carpet One Floor & Home in Missoula, Montana, we’re your local experts on all things laminate. As a locally owned business, our team approaches every client with personalized and comprehensive solutions to all their flooring dilemmas. We know what’s trending in the area, what works the best in our particular region, and we can assist you in finding a laminate product that’s the perfect match for your residential or commercial space. We will work closely with you to complete your laminate project, from start to finish, so you can spend less time worrying about your floor, and enjoy the space you’re in. We proudly serve Missoula County and the Western Montana area.
When it comes to choosing your floor, it’s important to understand the major differences between hardwood planks and laminate planks. Laminate is man-made, while hardwood is harvested directly from the forest. The end result is an attractive floor that is considerably less expensive than actual hardwood. Laminate will never need to be sanded or refinished, and is inherently resistant to scratching and scuffing, so it is a great option for families with children and pets.
While laminate used to only come in water-resistant variations, today we offer completely waterproof laminate floors. These have superior moisture protection, especially when compared to hardwood, and can be installed in many of your areas that real wood isn’t recommended. It’s a terrific option for your laundry room, finished basement, kitchen, and other interior spaces. Spills can simply be wiped away from this wear-resistant, resilient floor, which is made with your active household in mind.
Laminate flooring is a great addition for many types of interior spaces. It can boldly go where hardwood isn’t an option, and its hardwood or tile looks are so convincing, no one will know the difference unless you tell them. Easy to install, laminate flooring is often designed to click-together for a floating floor, with no adhesives required during the installation process. This makes it quick and simple to replace individual planks as the years roll on. We also carry laminate flooring choices that work well in light-use commercial settings, like small offices and hospitality businesses.
As the regional destination for fine laminate flooring products, Lorens Carpet One Floor & Home has just what you need to bring your vision to reality. We offer up all your favorite flooring brands, including some Carpet One Floor & Home exclusives that aren’t available anywhere else, such as our Mirror Lake™ collection. As a member of Carpet One Floor & Home, which is the nation’s largest cooperative of locally owned and operated flooring outlets, we boast the buying power of nearly a thousand stores around the continent. That means we can offer you more choices, at the most competitive price range. Visit our Missoula retail store, which is located at 4949 Buck House Lane, today, and experience the co-op difference.
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