Laminate flooring has probably come at least once or twice since you've been shopping for a new floor covering. Since it's such an amazing imitator of rich, solid hardwood floors, it's hard to refrain from looking at least once, or maybe twice. This was the very first imitator of wood floors on the market in the United States, and new technology continues to make it well worth the time spent browsing this amazing niche. But you'll find that out for yourself very soon.
Completely Floored has a showroom that is filled with all the floor covering you could possibly be considering. What's more, we'll do our very best to offer you the most amazing customer service experience you can have in the flooring industry. Matching homeowners with the perfect floor covering for their homes are exactly what we do from our showroom in Everett, WA. From that location, we proudly serve the areas of Everett, WA, Stanwood, WA, Marysville, WA, Lake Stevens, WA, Lynwood, WA, and Monroe, WA, Bothell, WA, and Arlington, WA. We'd be happy to serve you next.
While many homeowners choose laminate flooring because of its amazing ability to mimic real hardwood floors, there's so much more to this beautiful product than what meets the eye. Yes, the timeless look of real wood goes with any décor you could imagine, but we know that you also have other needs as well.
For instance, what good is a great looking floor if it does not withstand the test of time? Durability is a feature that makes this product even more appealing. It can stand up to some of the busiest homes we've seen, and still look beautiful for years to come. You can even extend an already lengthy life span by utilizing area rugs in specific places, to catch debris that might otherwise end up scratching your floors.
Busy homes also create the necessity for a floor covering that's easy to clean and doesn't take forever to maintain, and you'll find that here. In most cases, a simple broom and mop will get the job done in what seems like no time. For special cleaning situations, be sure to refer to your manufacturer's instructions.
We know you don't want to have to wait forever for your installers to be finished putting this floor in place either. The good news is, they won't. Most laminate flooring can be installed with the simple click and lock into place method, creating a "floating floor" you'll absolutely love.