What is the Difference Between Vinyl and Laminate Flooring?
Laminate flooring is multi-layered, with each layer serving an exact purpose, fused together under high heat and pressure. The UnderLayer protects the plank against moisture. The Core Layer protects from indentations and moisture. The Design Layer contains a high-resolution picture: the floor's final design appearance. The top layer, or Wear Layer, is a clear protective layer that guards against oxidation, fading, and stains. Laminate is a reliable flooring option for families or pet owners, and those looking for lower maintenance options.
Vinyl planks look like wood, but can be used in virtually any room! Many offer 100% water-proof protection, and with texture embossed in register, these planks will look beautiful in your kitchen, living room, laundry or bathroom. Choose from Wood Polymer Core (WPC) or Stone Polymer Core (SPC), each with matching trim pieces available! With dozens of options, vinyl gives you the ability to easily clean up after pets and spills with no fear of damage. Request a quote or come by our DFW showroom to find out more about our many low-cost flooring options.
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