Laminate and Wood Terminology

Living-Laminate-Russett-OakLaminate: A man made material that has the appearance of wood, but is
really a plastic. The finish is like a Formica countertop, but more durable
and thicker.

Engineered wood. This is a plywood type of material that has a pre-finished
layer that is real wood. The finish is factory [Read more…]

Should I seal joints on my laminate floor?

Should I seal joints on my laminate floor?Traffic Master Baltic Oak laminate flooring
Great question John. Most joints on laminate floors do not need to be sealed. The way they are designed keeps the floors tightly together so there is no worry about sealing the laminate. We do like to take extra precaution when installing laminate flooring in moist places such as bathrooms and kitchens.

Silicon sealant should be used in expansion zones in bathrooms, near kitchen sinks, dishwashers and refrigerators with ice makers. If there is going to be expansion due to excess moisture, then using a silicone sealer such as the Shaw Silicone Sealant is a good idea.

The Shaw Color Sealant can be matched to your laminate flooring and if done right will be tough to be seen. If you install your floor correctly you will have many years of happy walking.

Here is what Shaw’s laminate sealant says:

  • Seals joints which may be vulnerable to moisture
  • Finishes expansion space around door facings or any vertical surface
  • Prevents water penetration underneath planks in wet areas
  • Sealant will not affect expansion of the Hardsurface flooring


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Wooden Flooring and Laminate Floors Add a Natural Touch

Wooden Flooring and Laminate Floors Add a Natural Touch

Wooden flooring has many benefits over the use of carpets. Laying a wooden floor can set your home apart from the rest and increase its value if you come to sell the house. Each floorboard is unique making the effect of a wooden floor very attractive. Unlike carpets, wooden flooring does not trap dust and mites and is therefore highly recommended for allergy suffers. Wooden flooring is extremely hard wearing and will last considerably longer than even the highest quality carpets available. It is easy to keep clean and is stain resistant to food and drink. Any spillages can simply be soaked up and wooden flooring can be easily swept to remove dust and solid matter.

Wooden flooring is widely available from all good

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Looking for Trafficmaster Legacy Oak Natural

Trafficmaster Legacy Oak
Do you need some boxes of Trafficmaster Legacy OAK Natural
Find Trafficmaster Legacy Oak Are you looking for Trafficmaster Legacy Oak flooring? Did you start a project and run out of flooring? Look no further, we can help you find the discontinued or out of stock flooring you need. check the link above and on the side as well as post what you need, or what you have below.
Trafficmaster Legacy Oak is a textured 7mm Laminate Flooring is the most realistic style collection, providing the look and natural textures of hardwood. The Trafficmaster Legacy Oak product achieved Greenguard Indoor Air Quality Certification and has been tested for more than 10,000 volatile organic compounds, including formaldehyde, to meet these standards. The glueless installation is easy and economical; above grade, on grade and below grade. Embossed laminate styles stimulate upscale looks from traditional to exotic; giving your home a comforting feel with a hardwood look.

Trafficmaster Legacy Oak Natural Laminate Flooring

7mm Thickness x 7-11/16 in. Width x 50-5/8 in. Length Planks
24.33 sq.ft. per case. Case weight: 31 lb.
Textured finish
Planks have a square edge
No attached underlayment
Appropriate grade for installation: All Grades
Can be installed over both concrete and wooden subfloors
Radiant heating
Do not forget your coordinating trim and moldings
Installation: Floating, glue down
MFG Model # : Trafficmaster Legacy Oak HL704

DanInJersey says about his Trafficmaster Legacy Oak Natural Flooring:
Contrary to the last two reviews, I don’t have much bad to say about this flooring. The first layer was a HUGE pain, and we struggled to get it to link together… until we actually read the instructions and saw that we needed an installation kit.
Once we got that, it was smooth sailing. We’ve had the floor down a month with 2 50-75lb dogs and there’s not a scratch on it. It also happens to look very nice. I recommend you buy it in the store so that ensure the boxes you get are undamaged.

Jurassic Oak Laminate Floor Planks

Jurassic Oak Laminate Floor Planks
Jurassic Oak Laminate Floor PlanksModel LF12JOD88

Jurassic Oak Laminate Floor with the atmosphere of real hardwood.Easy locking system for ease of installation. Can be combined with Jurassic Oak 6.69 wide planks. AC 3 rating. Limited Life time warranty on Jurassic Oak Laminate Floor Planks. [Read more…]

Laminate Flooring – Cheaper Than You Think

Laminate Flooring – Cheaper Than You Think

Laminated flooring is a new type of floor that resembles the look of wood, but you can get it for a lower price. Laminate flooring is also beneficial because it’s built to resist wear. No more worries about dents or scratches, as laminated flooring is built to last and look good. You can use this type of flooring in any room of your home.

Laminated flooring is also easy to install and is safe to use in a hallway, kitchen, any family spaces, or even your bathrooms! Discount laminate flooring is widely available, and comes in a wide array of different finishes. If you decide to install laminated flooring in your home, you can rest assured that you won’t spend any more time trying to protect your floors from damage, especially if you have children.

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