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Q. Are laminate floors easy to clean?
Yes. Laminate Floor is the closest thing there is to a maintenance free floor. Ordinary vacuuming or sweeping is usually sufficient to keep the floor clean. If needed, an occasional damp mopping with (Note: Never flood the floor with water.)

Q. What is the difference between Wood Floors and Laminate Floors?
A wood floor is just that, it is made out of wood. A laminate floor can look like a wood floor, but it is really a picture of a wood floor. Wood Floors some are engineered with 5-ply construction, laid cross-grain to those above and beneath it, which adds stability to the floor. Our wood floors also have a 7-Step UltraWear® polyurethane finish, which protects from wear and scuffs.

Laminate Floors are created using ThermoComposite™ Construction, which fuses five distinct components together in one single step to create an extremely durable floor of the highest quality.

Both are excellent choices in flooring and often the decision between the two depends on the amount of traffic the room gets and your decorative preference or the look you are trying to achieve in the room.

Q. What type of chair protectors can I use on laminate flooring?
Support furniture with wide-bearing, non-staining floor protectors. Ideally, the protectors should be at least one inch in diameter, made of non-pigmented, hard plastic and rest flat on the floor. Non-staining felt protectors are also acceptable. Casters with a minimum 3/4" flat surface width or floor protectors are recommended for all moveable furniture. Make sure any metal protectors are rustproof. Replace your narrow-dome furniture rests with wide-bearing ones.

Q. What type of mat can I place on my laminate floor?
Use doormats outside each entrance to your home to prevent dirt, sand, grit and other substances such as oil, asphalt, and driveway sealer from being tracked onto your floor. Use non-staining mats on your floor. Do not put rubber-backed, latex-backed or cocofiber mats on your floor as they may stain or damage the surface. Staining can also occur if there is a dye transfer from an object that has been laid on the floor. As is the standard in the industry, this type of staining is not covered under the warranty, as we cannot control what kinds of objects are laid on our floors. We recommend only placing mats that state "non-staining" on the tag.

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