Quality Laminate Flooring

“Laminate flooring is quite possibly the best all-encompassing package for your decorating dollar and perfect for busy families who want low maintenance flooring,” according to NALFA (North American Laminate Floor Association)

Laminate flooring is an excellent choice for customers who are remodeling on a budget but still want an appealing style of flooring. Paradise Flooring Solutions offers laminate options that go beyond our customers’ expectations, to deliver many variations in color, style, design, and shape of your ideal laminate flooring.

Our Difference

We have a very unique difference from other flooring companies. We bring our mobile flooring showroom to display the top flooring brands and options to you in the comfort and privacy of your own home or business. By doing this, we save you time, money, and energy. Paradise Flooring Solutions can give you a savings in price since we do not carry a storefront overhead like other retail flooring stores. Our showroom is mobile, and we come to you, so you still get to see all of the beautiful laminate choices available.

Laminate Benefits

One of the most significant benefits is that laminate flooring is fade resistant. Laminate flooring has an aluminum oxide coating on the top layer of the laminate, which makes it more resistant to fading.

If there is constant intense sun exposure, the discoloration can still happen over time. If you have large windows that allow intense sunlight in for long periods of time, consider using area rugs. Or you can draw the shades during those times to avoid fading.

What Is Flooring Underlayment?

An essential step for any laminate flooring installation is underlayment. Underlayment is a thin foam pad, often made of polypropylene or polyethylene. It is laid on the sub-floor prior to installing the laminate.

Why is Flooring Underlayment Necessary?

Unlike other types of flooring, laminate flooring is not glued down or nailed. For this reason, it needs some form of cushion between the subfloor and laminate to allow it to float easily to allow for expanding and shifting as the climate changes. The underlayment must be put down first to give the laminate a smooth surface on which to float and to avoid any damage due to friction between the laminate and your sub-floor. If you have any questions, ask our experienced flooring expert.

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