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You want the look of hardwood but can't afford it? Laminate flooring is the perfect solution because it is resistant, easy to clean, hypoallergenic but also scratch, stain and fade resistant. Also, laminate flooring is perfect for households with children and pets. Furthermore, the cost is less than solid hardwood. There are different types of laminates available; regarding their look, plank widths or colors. Laminates are best known as substitutes for wood floors but can also resemble stone or ceramic tiles.  

What is Laminate Flooring?

A laminate floor is made by joining several layers of materials into one board for creating a high-tech floor. The central layer of the laminate floorboard is nearly entirely made of high density fiberboard, but sometimes is substituted with medium density fiberboard. The core supports the weight and stress of foot traffic. In conclusion, this will affect the stability of the floor. The laminate’s bottom layer is responsible for strength and stability while the top layer has a decorative purpose. This is actually a picture of the floor which is printed on a type of “living paper”.   Over the decorative layer, a transparent layer is applied and treated with one or more coats of aluminum oxide. The purpose of this process is an incredible wear resistance against scratches, burns or stains. The locking system is an easy to assemble process responsible for the way laminate boards click together to form your floor. Installing laminate floors is something many people execute on their own. Furthermore, you will not need a glue laminate floor or building a level subfloor.

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Before making any purchasing decision that you wish to last as long as a floor can, it makes sense to learn as much as you can about the products you are considering buying whether it’s information on the manufacturing process or information about alternatives to what you’re considering. Is Laminate Right For Me? – Determine whether or not laminate is the best choice for your project Types – Learn about the different types of laminate Buying Guide – Learn how to make an informed laminate flooring purchase decision Cleaning & Care – Find out how easy it is to care for a laminate floor FAQs – Find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about laminate flooring

Our Showrooms

The Hardwood outlet


56 Bramalea Rd

Postal code: L6T 2W8


The Hardwood Outlet Improve


7250 Keele Street, Unit #96 &109

Postal code: L4K 1Z8

Phone:(647) 660-4336

The HardWood Outlet Ottawa (CLOSED)


207 Colonnade Rd.

Postal code: K2E 7K3

Phone: (613) 216-1556

The Hardwood Outlet & Design


5189 Tecumseh Rd E.

Postal code: N8T 1C3

Phone: (226) 826-0806

The Hardwood Outlet Etobicoke / Mississauga


2110 Dundas Street East Unit 1

Postal code: L4X 1L9

Phone: (289) 212 1174

The Hardwood Outlet North York

North York

1259a Caledonia Rd

Postal code: M6A 2X6

Phone: (905) 800-2728



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