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The benefits of choosing laminate flooring are many but why choose laminate flooring for your home? Find out!

Laminate flooring is a really amazing innovation in the world of flooring and infrastructure, as, unlike it’s counterparts in marble, hardwood, or carpet, laminate floor does NOT fade in sunlight and is highly resistant to staining, scratching, and damage from impacts, known to withstand upwards of a thousand pounds of pressure per square inch with proper core board underneath.

This versatility leads to it’s use in many environments. It is also highly resistant to dust, as well as mold and other bacterias, and these elements do not absorb into at all like carpet does, and is extremely easy to sweep. It’s also nearly UV resistant so it’s a very popular choice for sunrooms and atriums as the floor does not get damaged, as well as being conducive to temperature shifts by the way the laminate flooring is constructed. Another factor in laminate flooring popularity is the ease of laminate flooring installation.

It’s really a snap for anyone who is handy with construction type materials, and even people who aren’t because of a groove click system that helps you snap it together, we offer wholesale flooring for DIY for this very reason.

It doesn’t matter at all what your underneath floor is because the laminate floor does not need to be adhered, it just floats overtop of plywood, concrete, vinyl flooring or even wood. This is ideal for saving time and money in almost every situation!

Laying laminate flooring is actually quite an easy task, as daunting as it may seem to floor an entire room, laminate flooring’s innate strength is it’s ease of installation, so hopefully Laminate Flooring Kings can help you out with some tips here!

Number one, you’ll need an underlay fitted to your subfloor before your laminate floor can be laid. Wood fibre is probably the thickest kind of underlay to utilize, and certainly the best choice if your surface is uneven and you wish to correct it. Wood fibre also retains heat very well, as well as sound. Polyfibre is also an option, it is the thinnest layer, and perfectly suitable for firm undamaged, dry subfloors, like a normal wooden floor.  Considering your subfloor is a very important part of installing laminate floor if you want it to be correct, if you use thin laminate on an uneven floor the results wont be pretty! Might as well use a wooden base to level it out in that situation.

Number 2, make sure the area is clean, as this is most likely a flooring unit that will last some time, so anything you put under it and don’t clean is under there until it’s pulled up, however long that may be. Definitely be safe and vacuum, possibly clean with light chemicals the floor, always better to be clean!

Number 3, don’t leave your flooring in extreme temperatures and then try to install it, as it will expand or contract with temperature, so let it cool down or warm up before using it if it was subject to any extreme temperature

Contact the Laminate Flooring King today to get a free appraisal on the type of laminate flooring for you!

Laminate Floor Care Guide for Homeowners

Sunday, 21 February 2016 by

Laminate floors are great for many things, but one of the most beneficial aspects of them are how clean things can stay! They do not harbor bacteria, mold, or dust like traditional floor surfaces.

However,they do need some maintenance and love just like every other aspect of your home, once in awhile, and here’s a couple tips from Laminate Flooring King.

It’s recommended you use a mop for dusting or perhaps a soft bristled broom, a vacuum cleaner with suction only works as well. The goal is to use the least moisture possible to keep the seal as tight as possible, you may want to get special laminate cleaner to preserve the integrity of this. Be sure to avoid normal wet-mopping with water/liquid astringents, if you like to mob use a microfiber mop, they’re very safe and conducive to the material of the laminate.

If you have a particularly difficult stain, please take care in removal, as you can damage the laminate with sharp surfaces – but you can use acetone to take it off painlessly, if you’re careful. A homemade recipe to clean floors is to combine a squirt of dish detergent, 3 parts water and 1 part vinegar into a spray bottle, and this should take most things off your laminate floor without leaving any nasty streaking.

Overall the ease of cleaning laminate floors is a huge advantage for them, one of their many.

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Laminate flooring is a huge convenience and time-saver, which is an amazing thing! But as with many things, this can be a double edged sword if you’re not careful.

There are things that can go wrong when installing laminate flooring DIY, and you should do your best to avoid them. Firstly make sure the planks are room temperature to the room you’re installing, if they’re cold and contracted, they WILL expand when you install them, causing damage. It’s advised to leave the planks in the room at least overnight.

Start by making sure your underlay or subfloor surface is flat as possible, or make sure you’re making adjustments in your flooring for such imperfections. You also would like to make the surface as clean as possible, using household cleaners to scrub if possible, so that your seal is as sanitary as possible.

Another very important factor is of course having the correct measurements for your area, and having the resources to do so – it’s generally recommended to purchase 15% more than you need in case any errors occur.

You should as well consider any stairs you will have to install the laminate on, as you are perfectly able to, you may have to purchase a nosing on the stair to help you with a clean finish on the steps.

You should also consider the thickness of the wood not only for the integrity of the structure overall, but for the sonic implications, laminate flooring if high enough up can cause a ‘hollow’ sound when walked upon, you can line your floor with padding, or get thicker planks to mitigate this quite easily.

Call us at Laminate Floor Kings to purchase materials today for your DIY project or have a PROFESSIONAL help you with your installation!

At Flooring King, we provide premium laminate flooring installation services and quality laminate floor products. Our team is here to help you with your project and whatever level of assistance you may be seeking for your home or business building improvement. We are prepared to help you out with not only getting set-up and installed, but we are here to help consult with you on what type of laminate flooring type and style would be best suited for your rooms’ flooring.

We hope the following information in this blog post will help give you some good ideas and direction if you are going to be seeking your product on your own, although we advise anybody desiring a beautiful experience and quality floor to live or work every day, to come to us for your consultative needs as well!

There are many reasons why a home or business owner would want to talk with one of our specialists before deciding on new laminate flooring for their building or home. Modern times bring modern design and new engineering and that includes the floor you will be walking on all the time! We’ve come a long way – today you can find several different types of laminate floors to choose from, from different shapes to different thicknesses to various locking systems that can be in place.

The things that stays true about all laminate flooring is that they must all be floated over the part of your floor called the subfloor, and then have a print layer, which then gives the realistic appearance of a real natural floor material. The subfloor can be all kinds of different grades or styles, from full-cured concrete slabs to wooden subfloors to other existing types of hard surface floors.

All of the laminate flooring available for our customers at Flooring King have an exclusive surface for durable wear that protect you against awful things like scratches, spills, scrapes, stains, and even fading over time or acute circumstance. No matter what type of flooring you do have installed, including all of our laminate flooring, this special wear surface actually improves the ease of cleaning of your floors.

What are some of the best tips for cleaning your laminate floors?

Whether you’re a new customer of freshly installed laminate flooring from here at The Flooring King or you’ve got your own laminate flooring you are working with, there is likely the same amount of suggested care and procedure for taking the best care of your floor, its sheen, your routine, and definitely its longevity.

Make a routine out of doing regular cleaning.

In order to take care of your flooring best for the longest lifespan, you’re going to want to invest time into regularly dusting, mopping, or vacuuming your laminate flooring. You should either use a soft brush or wood floor attachment. Another option is using a damp mop for spot cleaning, but not too wet, just slightly damp.

Also make time for the occasional thorough cleaning.

Whether you decide to do this weekly, monthly, or quarterly, making sure you do a light mopping of your floor with a well-squeezed mop can actually offer a very thorough cleaning, especially when it comes to hardwood and laminate floor cleaning.

Try avoiding harsh soap-based detergents or what you might call “mop and shine” type of products.

These kinds of poor quality cleaners aren’t a fit for your laminate floor. You could easily risk developing a dull film layer on the surface of your floor when using soap-based or poor products for floor cleaning.

At Flooring King, we provide a vast and wide variety of colors and styles of laminate flooring products available based on the lifestyle and flooring standards afforded by residential and commercial clients throughout Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Palm Beach and Dania, Florida.

We will be one of the first to admit – laminate floors have a beautiful luster to them. To keep this shine and sheen intact and maintained over time, we’ll help you to make the correct steps to do so. Whether your laminate floor is fairly new or more aged, if it does seem to be a bit less enthusiastic in pleasing the eye, you may want to check out the following things that can be done to restore the natural shine that comes with beautiful laminate flooring for your home or business.

Product – Since you can’t use wax when you’re cleaning or trying to restore shine to your laminate floors, we suggest that you make the wise investment in quality laminate cleaning product, or shine product, made just for buffing and restoring sheen. Cost varies between ten and twenty dollars. If you can’t afford this, you can also utilize distilled vinegar and water. To remove dirt this way, create your mixture using 1 cup of distilled vinegar to every 1 gallon of water. Whatever you do – do not use soap-based products on your laminate floors! This will ruin your laminate flooring and create a dull film layer that is difficult or sometimes impossible to remove.

To further help your shine restoring quest – here is a quick step-by-step guide. Steps to restoring shine:

  1. Sweep your floor area using a soft-bristled broom.
  2. Remove the dirt by mopping with the vinegar mixture. Note: the floors MUST be dried IMMEDIATELY after.
  3. Next you may apply chosen laminate floor product by spreading it over the floor with the use of a microfiber cloth. (Microfiber will not pull on your floor, which would leave little bits of lint for you to clean up after cleaning – who wants more work?!).
  4. Start in one corner of the room and work your way backwards, spreading the product evenly while doing so.

At Flooring King, we provide a vast and wide variety of services and products for laminate flooring, all available based on the lifestyle and flooring standards afforded by residential and commercial clients throughout Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Palm Beach and Dania, Florida.