Laminate flooring is engineered from pressed wood. During the manufacturing process, the wood is compressed into distinct panels that highly resemble hardwood floors. The panels are then installed on top of a foam surface that makes laminate floors feel softer and more comfortable to walk on.
The advantages of laminate floors are many. Not only are they easy to install, they're also highly customisable. Let's dive deeper into why you should consider laminate floors for your home.
Whether you like to spend your free time shading, hammock-bound, from the heat of an Aussie summer, or snuggled beside a gas heater in the cool of winter, every home needs an outdoor living area, and the quality and aesthetics of timber decking can't be surpassed.
Timber decking is versatile enough to complement any range of home styles, from the traditional farmhouse verandah to luxury suburban designs, blending seamlessly with features such as pools, spas and fire pits.
Tile is typically considered the best choice of flooring for bathrooms and kitchens, and any room that is exposed to lots of excess humidity and moisture, as carpeting and timber slats can absorb that added moisture and get damaged or mildewed over time. You can also install tile throughout the entire home if you need a durable floor that is very hygienic and easy to clean. When you're ready to shop for flooring, no matter the room in which it will be installed, note a few differences between tile types, and this will ensure you know the right type for your home's flooring.