Upgrading the floors gives any home an instant facelift, and laminate floors are among the most economical and easiest flooring types to install.
Like all flooring types, laminate floors have some unique benefits and drawbacks to consider.
Laminate Flooring Pros
Laminate Flooring Cons
Its sensitivity to humidity means that laminate should not be used in the bathroom. However, it is a good choice for the basement. However, if you choose to install laminate in your basement, put a vapor barrier underlay first to control the concrete substrate humidity.
We have one laminate flooring that has been specifically engineered to be water-resistant. The new Mono Serra® Aquastop24(TM) laminate flooring is highly durable and designed to withstand against a water spill for up to 24 hours.
Installing laminate flooring is a great DIY project, even for beginners. Just check out this laminate floor installation guide for tips.
Don’t have the time to do it yourself? A team of experts from Reno-Depot can help with any flooring installation.