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Laminate Flooring Store in Coeur D'Alene, ID

Laminate wood flooring is traditionally considered a budget-friendly choice that’s durable and reliable. At Panhandle Carpet One Floor & Home, we want you to know that today’s laminate has dramatically improved in its feel and appearance. Nowadays, when you step onto a wood-look laminate floor, you probably won’t be able to tell that it’s not real hardwood. Plus, our laminate flooring features a gorgeous natural appearance that’s incredibly realistic and difficult to distinguish from real ceramic and stone.


If you’re interested in using laminate for your next home improvement project, keep reading to learn more about this versatile flooring and where you can install laminate.


What Is Laminate?

Laminate flooring has certainly changed over the years. Today, laminate is primarily manufactured from a collection of pressed wood fibers and a top “wear layer” made of resin.  Finally, a decorative layer is made using a high-definition image of a natural wood plank beneath a tough protective wear layer. This construction creates dimensional stability and prevents each plank from warping.


Laminate Flooring vs Hardwood Flooring

If you’ve been dreaming of having solid hardwood flooring throughout your home, you can now make this a reality with laminate flooring. While natural solid hardwood planks will always add value to any space, they should never be installed in areas with high moisture. And if you’re looking to get that classic feel with solid hardwood, laminate is a great solution if you want a wood-look floor without the hassle and cost.




Laminate vs Luxury Vinyl Flooring

There are numerous benefits to both laminate flooring and luxury vinyl (LVP and LVT). Learn more about these two types of flooring options here


Is Laminate Flooring Waterproof?

In some cases, yes! While all laminate flooring is water-resistant, some laminate flooring is waterproof to handle everyday wear and tear and spills. For this reason, laminate flooring is a favorite for busy homes and homeowners with pets and little ones.


We also offer waterproof laminate flooring with a moisture-repellent surface and watertight seams for added protection from humidity and spills. For pet spaces, bathrooms, and kitchens, shop our 100% waterproof laminate flooring options.


Where Can My Laminate Be Installed?

You can install laminate plank flooring and laminate tiles in various places around your home or business. We offer both snap-lock flooring and glue-down options in our laminate collection. Light wood laminate is perfect for a beautiful living room space, while natural stone laminate flooring is a stylish choice for mudrooms and hallways.


Some areas where laminate flooring can be installed include:


Did you know? We provide professional installation services and warranties for all of our flooring products. Get a free estimate with our flooring experts to get started!


Shop Laminate Flooring Near You - Panhandle Carpet One

Panhandle Carpet One Floor & Home is your local source for premium wood-look and waterproof laminate flooring in Coeur D'Alene, ID. Our selection includes a wide range of styles to fit every budget and taste, from contemporary grey laminate flooring to traditional dark wood and tile look options. We also offer competitive laminate flooring prices and regular sales and promotions. If you’re ready to install your laminate flooring, visit our showroom or browse our online laminate selection today.



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Laminate Floor Care

Even laminate flooring can benefit from a little TLC. Keep your floors looking like new with these floor care tips from the Carpet One pros.



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Types of Laminate

There are two main types of laminate flooring: wood look and tile look. Discover the benefits of each and which would be best for your space.




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