Laminate tile flooring can be installed in the traditional way, by gluing or nailing it to the sub floor. However, it is mostly installed as a “floating floor “ that is snapped together using a tongue and groove design and just placed over the sub floor without using any adhesives or nails. This is cost effective if, for some reason, the flooring needs to be replaced; it can be done as a section of the floor and not the entire floor.
Laminate tile flooring can be made to replicate any type of wood flooring from a common pine, walnut and oak flooring, to exotic wood flooring like Brazilian cherry, mahogany, and bamboo. Even woods that can’t actually be cut into flooring planks, such as olive wood and banana, can be replicated and used to create unique flooring through the use of laminate.
At Denrich Flooring we have the design consultants you need to help you choose the right flooring for your project. Come to our Upland showroom and let us be your guide to flooring nirvana.