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Laminate Floor In Kitchen

Laminate Floor In Kitchen

Pergo® Outlast+™ Laminate Water resistant for up to 24 hours Shop Pergo Outlast Choose a LookThat Will Last The versatility of laminate flooring lets you choose the style you want with the durability you need for any room. Water Resistant Laminate Adds a layer of protection against water & moisture. High Traffic Laminate More resistant to foot traffic and other wear and tear. Scratch Resistant Laminate Best for busy areas like entryways, family rooms and homes with kids or pets. Noise Resistant Laminate Foam backing and a cushioned, flexible surface provide added sound reduction. Underlayment Attached Attached underlayment provides easier installation and noise dampening. Shop Laminate Wood by Finish Authentic Texture Matte / Smooth High Gloss Shop Laminate by Look Natural Tile & Stone Brown Wood Gray Wood White Wood Tan Wood Red Wood Things to Consider Underlayment Laminate Moulding & Trim Flooring Tools & Materials Laminate Stair Treads Laminate Samples Shop by Brand Laminate Flooring at The Home Depot Are you finally tired of that outdated or worn-out flooring in your home or business? Look no further than The Home Depot.We’ve got a wide selection of laminate tile flooring and laminate wood flooring for any room, whether it has heavy foot traffic or is prone to humid air. Got children or pets? We’ve got you covered. Check out our assortment of water-resistant laminate flooring from Pergo to transform your floor from spill-prone to spill-proof.You’ll love laminate flooring because it looks just like wood, tile or stone, without the cost, maintenance or wear and tear. And it’s a great way to express your personal taste. Shop our array of laminate flooring colors from tan and brown to white and grey, or go for the textured look of terra cotta or travertine.Not quite ready to make a decision? Try a few of our laminate samples to help you make up your mind before you buy. We’ve got hundreds to choose from.Shop a variety of innovative, durable and beautiful laminate options right here at The Home Depot. We’ll walk you through every step of the way, from finding the right floor and picking the right underlayment, to measuring and installation.
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Laminate Floor In Kitchen

Laminate Flooring at The Home Depot Are you finally tired of that outdated or worn-out flooring in your home or business? Look no further than The Home Depot.We’ve got a wide selection of laminate tile flooring and laminate wood flooring for any room, whether it has heavy foot traffic or is prone to humid air. Got children or pets? We’ve got you covered. Check out our assortment of water-resistant laminate flooring from Pergo to transform your floor from spill-prone to spill-proof.You’ll love laminate flooring because it looks just like wood, tile or stone, without the cost, maintenance or wear and tear. And it’s a great way to express your personal taste. Shop our array of laminate flooring colors from tan and brown to white and grey, or go for the textured look of terra cotta or travertine.Not quite ready to make a decision? Try a few of our laminate samples to help you make up your mind before you buy. We’ve got hundreds to choose from.Shop a variety of innovative, durable and beautiful laminate options right here at The Home Depot. We’ll walk you through every step of the way, from finding the right floor and picking the right underlayment, to measuring and installation.
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Laminate Floor In Kitchen

Are you finally tired of that outdated or worn-out flooring in your home or business? Look no further than The Home Depot.We’ve got a wide selection of laminate tile flooring and laminate wood flooring for any room, whether it has heavy foot traffic or is prone to humid air. Got children or pets? We’ve got you covered. Check out our assortment of water-resistant laminate flooring from Pergo to transform your floor from spill-prone to spill-proof.You’ll love laminate flooring because it looks just like wood, tile or stone, without the cost, maintenance or wear and tear. And it’s a great way to express your personal taste. Shop our array of laminate flooring colors from tan and brown to white and grey, or go for the textured look of terra cotta or travertine.Not quite ready to make a decision? Try a few of our laminate samples to help you make up your mind before you buy. We’ve got hundreds to choose from.Shop a variety of innovative, durable and beautiful laminate options right here at The Home Depot. We’ll walk you through every step of the way, from finding the right floor and picking the right underlayment, to measuring and installation.
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Laminate Floor In Kitchen

We need to replace our old vinyl flooring in the kitchen. I would love to go with solid hardwood, but the house is on a concrete slab, so that’s not an option. A relative advised us to put in laminate. She’s had laminate in her house for a number of years, and it looks great. She does not have it in the kitchen, although she says they do plan to put it in the kitchen in a year or so. The flooring guy at Home Depot said that while laminate can be put in a kitchen, he doesn’t really advise it. He says that even small water splatters can cause the laminate surface to buckle or wave. He said we would have to be meticulous about wiping up every little drop of water right away. He suggested we go with engineered hardwood, which he says is not as easily water damaged as the laminate. As an alternative, he recommended the resilient vinyl planks that look like wood. He says they are very durable. Now we are confused about which flooring to choose. We don’t want a ceramic tile floor, as it is too hard underfoot. Has anyone here had any experience with laminate or engineered hardwood on the kitchen? Or with the vinyl wood planks? I would appreciate any advice or recommendations. We are seniors on a budget, so whatever we choose will have to last a good while.
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Laminate Floor In Kitchen

Pinetucky Swainsboro, GA(Zone 8b) Jul 15, 2013 We need to replace our old vinyl flooring in the kitchen. I would love to go with solid hardwood, but the house is on a concrete slab, so that’s not an option. A relative advised us to put in laminate. She’s had laminate in her house for a number of years, and it looks great. She does not have it in the kitchen, although she says they do plan to put it in the kitchen in a year or so. The flooring guy at Home Depot said that while laminate can be put in a kitchen, he doesn’t really advise it. He says that even small water splatters can cause the laminate surface to buckle or wave. He said we would have to be meticulous about wiping up every little drop of water right away. He suggested we go with engineered hardwood, which he says is not as easily water damaged as the laminate. As an alternative, he recommended the resilient vinyl planks that look like wood. He says they are very durable. Now we are confused about which flooring to choose. We don’t want a ceramic tile floor, as it is too hard underfoot. Has anyone here had any experience with laminate or engineered hardwood on the kitchen? Or with the vinyl wood planks? I would appreciate any advice or recommendations. We are seniors on a budget, so whatever we choose will have to last a good while. Post #9600102 Quote Bookmark
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Laminate Floor In Kitchen

Pinetucky Swainsboro, GA(Zone 8b) Jul 15, 2013 We need to replace our old vinyl flooring in the kitchen. I would love to go with solid hardwood, but the house is on a concrete slab, so that’s not an option. A relative advised us to put in laminate. She’s had laminate in her house for a number of years, and it looks great. She does not have it in the kitchen, although she says they do plan to put it in the kitchen in a year or so. The flooring guy at Home Depot said that while laminate can be put in a kitchen, he doesn’t really advise it. He says that even small water splatters can cause the laminate surface to buckle or wave. He said we would have to be meticulous about wiping up every little drop of water right away. He suggested we go with engineered hardwood, which he says is not as easily water damaged as the laminate. As an alternative, he recommended the resilient vinyl planks that look like wood. He says they are very durable. Now we are confused about which flooring to choose. We don’t want a ceramic tile floor, as it is too hard underfoot. Has anyone here had any experience with laminate or engineered hardwood on the kitchen? Or with the vinyl wood planks? I would appreciate any advice or recommendations. We are seniors on a budget, so whatever we choose will have to last a good while.

Laminate Floor In Kitchen

Laminate Floor In Kitchen

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