slate laminate floors. A laminate floor is produced by combining layers of wood or other composite material joined together with an adhesive which forms a plank about 6" x 48". Since solid wood flooring strips are most commonly found in width's of 2 ", a single laminate floor plank can contain several strips. Just like with solid wood flooring, laminate floor
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planks can also be made to resemble 4" x 6" hardwood flooring widths as well. Although wood laminate flooring is the most common type, tile and slate laminate flooring are becoming increasingly popular among consumers. Tile laminate flooring can be made to resemble traditional ceramic, porcelain or slate tile. The size of these planks generally
average 12" X 48" so they more closely resemble the size of natural ceramic and slate tiles. There are several advantages to installing laminate flooring in lieu of a ceramic tile or solid wood floor. Laminate flooring is considerably easier to install than solid wood flooring or ceramic tile. Not only are the labor costs less, but laminate flooring also requires no
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