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  • 1). Laminate Flooring Installation Guidelines  By : Paolo Basauri
    The Beauty of Laminate Flooring One way to add value to your home is to consider laminate flooring installation. Laminate floors combine the beauty and elegance of hard wood, or tile floors with the easy maintenance of linoleum or vinyl flooring. Constructed from a high density fiber (HDF) wood board topped with a wood or stone pattern, laminate flooring is incredibly durable.
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  • 3). 100,000 Dust Mites in 1 Square Meter of Carpet  By : Jason Ashby
    Leading allergists agree that wood floors are the perfect choice for a healthy home. According to the American Lung Association wood floors in your bedroom and other main living areas can drastically improve air quality. This is not surprising when a large American company that recycles old carpet has stated that most used carpeting it receives for processing contains at least 35% of its weight in household dirt.
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  • 4). Everything You Need To Know About Laminate Flooring  By : Jason Ashby
    Laminate flooring mimics the look of traditional woods while offering easy installation and lasting durability. At first glance, it can be difficult to spot the difference between hardwoods and laminate flooring. What appears to be a natural wood grain pattern is really a thin layer of decor paper (a photographic image) under a tough-as-nails protective film that is glued and pressed to a high-density backing board.
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  • 10). Laminate Flooring - Everything You Need To Know.  By : Jason Ashby
    Laminate flooring mimics the look of traditional woods while offering easy installation and lasting durability. At first glance, it can be difficult to spot the difference between hardwoods and laminate flooring. What appears to be a natural wood grain pattern is really a thin layer of decor paper (a photographic image) under a tough-as-nails protective film that is glued and pressed to a high-density backing board.
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  • 11). Installing Laminate Flooring  By : Jason Ashby
    You’ve heard your friends talk about it and you’ve seen it on commercials. But how easy is it to install laminate flooring? This article will let you know how to install your brand new laminate flooring and even let you know which brands are easier then the others. You’ve just paid your money for your laminate flooring so you may as well get it laid down.
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  • 12). How to measure your room for Laminate Flooring.  By : Jason Ashby
    Laminate Flooring is becoming increasingly popular and the question I keep getting asked time and time again ‘How do I measure for Laminate Flooring’. Because of the amount of times I get e-mails and phone calls asking this question I thought it would be best to write an article regarding it. Where do I start? Right let us start at the beginning. The first thing you need to do is find out how much laminate flooring you are going to need.
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  • 13). Dance, Dance: Lovely, Usable Flooring  By : Khieng Chho
    Did you know that ordinary concrete won’t do for dancing, and that dancing floors have to be refurbished every few years? Indeed, we often take for granted the floors we step on, simply because we know only a little about how important flooring is. In general, flooring is a term for the covering of a floor. It is often used interchangeably with “parquetry,” which actually describes a mosaic of slats of wood, fashioned into different shapes, and used to decorate floors.
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  • 14). Glueless Laminate Wood Flooring  By : Kelly LaRose
    Easy to install, glueless laminate flooring uses the tongue and groove interlocking method instead of glue. Laminate floors are sometimes referred to as floating floors because they are not actually connected in any way to the subfloor. These floors can be installed over existing ceramic floors as well, which can be a huge time saver. Another nice things about laminate wood flooring is that it expands and contracts as a whole.
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  • 15). Laminate Flooring Advantages and Disadvantages  By : David Schwartz
    Most Americans have no idea what laminate flooring is, although they are often aware of Pergo flooring. Well, Pergo is to laminate floorings what Kleenex is to facial tissues. As the first company to create this type of flooring and sell it in the United States, their name has become synonymous with laminate flooring in the minds of many consumers. That being said, there are over 30 other brands of this type of flooring available as well.
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  • 17). Is Laminate Flooring Your Choice?  By : Sandy Baker
    Laminate flooring is a material that is made to resemble wood flooring. This type of flooring has many advantages that other woods simply cannot provide you with. When you take a close look at it, you can not really tell that it isn't a true hardwood either. This is one of the advantages. Let's compare the two types to find out which is the right one for you.
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  • 18). Laminate Flooring: The Basics  By : Gabriel Adams
    Laminate flooring is a synthetic alternative to wood flooring. Laminate flooring was not sold in the United States until about 1996, but it has been sold in European countries for about 20 years. Laminate flooring is made up of several layers: The surface is a hard as nails film, normally made of aluminum oxide. Right underneath the surface film is a photographic image or decor paper (usually of wood), to give the flooring the look of a natural wood floor.
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  • 20). How To Select Laminate Wood Flooring  By : Peter J. Mason
    Laminate wood flooring is a fairly new alternative in home flooring options. It is made to resemble natural hardwood floors. The quality has improved in recent years and today’s materials are very durable and beautiful. It can be difficult to tell them apart from real hardwood. Most major manufacturers make these floors including Armstrong laminate flooring, Mannington flooring, Shaw laminate flooring and Bruce flooring.
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  • 21). Laminate Flooring, A FLOOR FOR ALL SEASONS?  By : joyce dietzel
    Laminate Flooring Real wooden floors can bring warmth and comfort to a room, turning ordinary dwellings into cozy cottages, gray office quarters into lounge-like spaces, and a house into a home. But with the current shortage of trees, and with forests disappearing all over the world, hardwoods will be harder and harder to come by. There is a substitute, however, for hardwood floors.
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  • 22). Pros and Cons of using Real Wood Flooring  By : joyce dietzel
    Due to the wide selection of flooring materials in the market today, choosing the perfect flooring material for your home or office need not be difficult. The more popular choices in the market are wood flooring, tiles, and vinyl; and additional choices are available in each type of flooring material. Wood flooring can include birch, teak, or maple.
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