What types of color shades are available for Pergo Laminate Wood Flooring?
The style and size of an area influence the choice for light or dark floors. As a general rule, dark flooring tends to make space appear smaller, while light-colored floors give the illusion of a wider area. Lighter-colored floors also require regular cleaning as dirt and stains show easily. Within Pergo Laminate Wood Flooring, we carry 67 Medium, 39 Light and 17 Dark options. For more information on laminate flooring, check out Laminate Flooring Types.
What are the pros and cons of laminate flooring?
If you are beginning a remodeling project, it is essential to consider the pros and cons before making the decision. Laminate is durable and can withstand high traffic and exposure to cleaning agents, humidity and sunlight. The tough wear layer on top does not get scratched easily, which means the floors last longer than other alternatives. All these benefits also come with easy installation, which is perfect for DIY-ers and also costs less. Laminate floors cannot be refinished on the cons side, so once the top layer is worn out, the floors need to be replaced. Since the floor is made of composite material, they are not eco-friendly. Lastly, hardwood purists may not appreciate the synthetic feel and walking sound. We carry Pergo Laminate Wood Flooring in various colors, finishes and species, including Oak, Hickory, Maple and Cherry. Check out our most reviewed product, the Outlast+ 6.14 in. W Auburn Scraped Oak Waterproof Laminate Wood Flooring (451.36 sq. ft./pallet).
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