In Stock Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring starting at $1.79 per square foot


Brand: Lamdura Visions

  • Size: 7.64″ x 50.63″
  • Wear Layer: AC3
  • Thickness: 7mm
  • Installation: Floating
  • Pad Attached: yes
  • sqft/ctn: 21.48
  • $38.45/ctn
Buckthorn laminate flooring


SKU 54789


SKU 54787


SKU 54788


SKU 54790


Brand: Valley Junction

  • Size: 7.48″ x 50.67″
  • Wear Layer: AC4
  • Thickness: 12mm
  • Installation: Floating
  • Pad Attached: No
  • sqft/ctn: 18.42
  • $38.50/ctn
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Why Homeowners Are Choosing Laminate Flooring

The Perfect Blend of Style, Durability & Affordability

Realistic & Stylish  

  • Wood-like Appearance: Our laminate flooring captures the essence of natural timber, offering a range of styles from rich oaks to elegant maples. Each piece brings modern elegance and timeless charm to your space.

Affordable Quality  

  • Cost-Effective Luxury: Enjoy the luxurious look of hardwood without the high cost. Our laminate is more affordable than hardwood and offers greater style versatility compared to some vinyl options.

DIY Friendly  

  • Easy Installation: Say goodbye to complicated floor installations! Our click-and-lock system is designed for easy DIY projects, allowing you to transform your space with no nails, no glue, and no mess.

Durable & Scratch Resistant  

  • Built for Busy Homes: Perfect for high-traffic areas and pet-friendly homes, our laminate floors are expertly designed to resist scratches, dents, and stains, ensuring they keep their charm even in homes with kids and pets.

Low Upkeep  

  • Effortless Maintenance: Spend more time enjoying your home with our easy-to-clean laminate flooring. A quick sweep or mop is all it takes to keep your floors looking their best.

Water-Resistant Options  

  • Peace of Mind: Our range includes water-resistant laminates, ideal for use in kitchens, bathrooms, and basements, giving you less to worry about when it comes to spills and moisture.

Versatile Installation  

  • Limitless Possibilities: Our laminates can be installed over various subfloors and on any level of your home. The required underlayment provides a moisture barrier and sound insulation, enhancing your flooring experience.

Durability Features

AC Rating

Laminate flooring’s AC (Abrasion Class) rating measures how well it handles traffic, on a scale of 1-5.

  • AC 3 is the standard for everyday residential use.

  • AC 4 and AC 5 are suitable for heavier traffic in commercial areas.


Options range from 7mm to 12mm. Thicker laminate is generally more durable, offering better resistance to bending and can also help to reduce sound transmission.

Premium Wear Layer

The top layer of laminate flooring, known as the wear layer, is crucial for durability. It protects the decorative layer beneath from fading, scratches, and wear. A high-quality wear layer will greatly extend the life span of laminate flooring.

High-Density Cores

The core layer, usually made of High-Density Fiberboard (HDF) or Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF), provides the flooring with stability and impact resistance. Higher density cores offer better resistance to moisture penetration and structural stability.

Advanced Locking System

The joint and locking system used in laminate flooring affects its durability. A high-quality locking system ensures a tight fit and reduces the likelihood of moisture seeping through and causing the planks to swell or warp.

Enhanced Moisture Resistance

While traditional laminate flooring is not waterproof, newer versions come with enhanced moisture resistance. Some laminates have a water-resistant top layer and wax-impregnated edges to protect against moisture damage, making them more durable in humid conditions.

Easy Maintenance

Proper maintenance can significantly extend the life of laminate flooring. This includes regular cleaning, promptly cleaning up spills, and avoiding the use of abrasive cleaners.

Installing laminate plank flooring

Top Questions Homeowners Have About Laminate Flooring

How resistant is laminate flooring to scratches, dents, and stains?

Laminate is quite durable and resistant to scratches, making it suitable for homes with pets or children. However, it’s not as resistant to moisture and heavy wear as some other options.

Can laminate flooring be used in high-moisture areas? How does it handle spills?

Traditional laminate flooring isn’t waterproof and can warp or swell with prolonged water exposure. However, newer laminate options have improved water resistance.

Can laminate flooring be installed over existing floors, and what type of underlayment is required?

Yes, laminate flooring can typically be installed over existing floors, which is one of its advantages. However, there are important considerations to keep in mind:

  1. Type of Existing Floor: Laminate flooring can be installed over most hard surfaces, including wood, tile, vinyl sheet, and even concrete. However, it should not be installed over carpet, and if there are existing wood floors, they must be sturdy and not warped.
  2. Condition of the Existing Floor: The existing floor must be flat, level, and in good condition. Any high spots or uneven areas should be corrected before installation.
  3. Moisture Check: Especially when installing over concrete, a moisture barrier might be necessary to prevent moisture from damaging the laminate.
  4. Thickness and Height Issues: Adding laminate over an existing floor can raise the level of the floor, which might be an issue around doorways, stairs, and adjoining rooms. Transitions and thresholds need to be considered.
  5. Proper Underlayment: An appropriate underlayment should be used under the laminate to provide cushioning, sound absorption, and moisture protection.

Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions and consider professional advice for specific situations.

How does the cost of laminate flooring compare to other types of flooring like hardwood or vinyl?

Laminate flooring is typically less expensive than hardwood, but can be more costly than some types of vinyl. It offers a good balance of cost and aesthetic appeal.

Laminate plank flooring in a sunny living room

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Explore our wide range of laminate flooring options in person at our flooring showroom. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are ready to assist you in finding the perfect flooring solution to meet your needs.

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