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Laminate flooring is made to resemble the appearance of hardwood, tile, or other natural materials.


It is made of multiple layers of materials that are fused together. One of the top layers, called the "design layer", is comprised of a high quality photograph that gives each laminate selection its unique appearance.

Laminate is a popular choice for its affordability and durability. It's also very easy to install using the floating installation method, which makes it a great option for home DIY projects.

NAF laminate, Infiniti Laminate, laminate, mississauga, NAF floors

12.3mm Laminate
Width:  5" (127mm)
Length:  4' (1216mm)


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12mm Thickness
MegaLoc (G5) Locking System

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Krono Swiss

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  • What are the different types of hardwood flooring?
    The two main types of hardwood are solid hardwood and engineered hardwood. Solid hardwood is made entirely from a single piece of hardwood, typically 3/4 inches thick. It can be sanded and refinished multiple times throughout its lifespan, making it a long-lasting and durable option. Solid hardwood is also known for its natural beauty and unique grain patterns, as each piece is sourced directly from the tree. Engineered hardwood, on the other hand, is made up of several layers of wood that are glued together. The top layer is made of real hardwood, while the lower layers are usually made of a high-quality plywood or fiberboard. This construction method makes engineered hardwood more stable and less susceptible to changes in temperature and humidity than solid hardwood. It can also be more affordable and easier to install. Overall, the main difference between these two types of hardwood is their construction method and stability. Solid hardwood offers a traditional and timeless look with the ability to last for generations, while engineered hardwood is a more versatile and practical option that can be used in a variety of settings.
  • How do you select a wood type when choosing hardwood flooring?
    When choosing a wood type for hardwood flooring, there are a few key factors to consider. These include the style and aesthetic you are looking for, the durability and hardness of the wood, and your budget. Some of the best and most preferred wood types for hardwood flooring include oak, maple, and cherry. Oak is a classic and timeless choice that offers a traditional and rustic look, while maple is a more modern and contemporary option with a clean and sleek appearance. Cherry is known for its warm and rich tones, which can add a touch of luxury and sophistication to any room. Other popular wood types for hardwood flooring include hickory, walnut, and birch. Hickory is a durable and hard wood with a natural and rustic appearance, while walnut offers a deep and rich color with a unique grain pattern. Birch is a versatile and affordable option that can mimic the look of other, more expensive wood types. Ultimately, the best wood type for your hardwood flooring will depend on your personal preferences and the specific needs of your home. It's important to work with a reputable flooring professional who can help guide you through the selection process and ensure that you choose a wood type that is both beautiful and practical for your space.
  • How long do hardwood floors last?
    Hardwood floors can last for decades with proper care and maintenance. The lifespan of hardwood floors can vary depending on factors such as the type of wood, the thickness of the flooring, the installation method, and the level of foot traffic and wear and tear. Solid hardwood floors can last for 50 years or more with proper care, and they can be sanded and refinished several times over their lifespan. Engineered hardwood floors can also last for several decades, but their lifespan may be shorter than that of solid hardwood floors because they have a thinner wear layer on top. However, the durability of engineered hardwood can vary depending on the quality of the materials used in its construction. To extend the longevity of hardwood floors, there are several steps you can take. First, be sure to clean spills and stains immediately to prevent damage to the wood. Use area rugs or runners in high-traffic areas to protect the wood from wear and tear. Avoid wearing high heels or shoes with sharp edges on hardwood floors, as these can cause scratches and dents. Use furniture pads under the legs of chairs, tables, and other furniture to prevent scratches and indentations. And finally, have your floors professionally cleaned and refinished as needed to maintain their appearance and durability over time.

Affordable High Quality Laminate Flooring In The GTA & Southern Ontario

We will match or beat any written quote. Discover a stunning selection of laminate floors from some of the top leading brands, at some of the lowest prices in Southern Ontario.

Visit one of our two convenient locations in Mississauga and Brantford, ON.

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