What plank size options are available for Pergo Laminate Wood Flooring?
The width of laminate plank flooring affects the overall dimension and feel of the space. Larger planks can open up a room and make it look bigger, whereas narrow planks are more suited for larger areas. Generally, planks wider than 7 inches are considered wide, and any plank under 5 inches in width is deemed to be narrow. Within Pergo Laminate Wood Flooring, we carry 74 Wide plank (7+ in) and 58 Medium plank (5.1 in - 6.9 in) options.
What is the difference between laminate and hardwood?
Laminate flooring has recently gained popularity as an alternative to hardwood, and which option is better depends upon several factors. Hardwood floor is composed of solid wood cut from a tree and is milled with a smooth surface giving it a classic look with natural wood grains. On the other hand, laminate has a core made of fiberboard materials with a top layer of melamine plastic. Hardwood is preferred for its natural aesthetic appeal and can last a lifetime as it can be sanded and adds to the property's resale value. However, it requires professional installation. Laminate floors can be installed easily but cannot be refinished, which means the floors need to be replaced once the top layer has worn out. Between the two, laminate offers better resistance against humidity and heat. Finally, the most noticeable difference between laminate and hardwood is that Laminate is much cheaper than hardwood and is an excellent option for low-budget renovations. We carry Pergo Laminate Wood Flooring in various styles, finishes and colors including Tan and Orange. Check out our most reviewed product, the Outlast+ 6.14 in. W Auburn Scraped Oak Waterproof Laminate Wood Flooring (451.36 sq. ft./pallet).
What is the cheapest option available within Pergo Laminate Wood Flooring?