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Laminate Floor Maintenance

How long will a laminate floor last?

How long a laminate product will last depends upon the product one selects, how much the person uses and care for the flooring. For product specific warranties, I would recommend to look at the manufacturer's information or the manufacturer's website.

How does laminate flooring compare to other flooring surfaces?

Laminate flooring is typically more durable, less prone to indent, has better stain resistance, resists shrinkage and swelling due to seasonal changes, and is easier to install than many other flooring surfaces.

How do I repair scratches or other damage to a laminate floor?

The Manufacturer will have repair kits to remove or repair minor damage made a available to you. If the damage is too severe, it will require bringing in an installer to replace the laminate board.

Can I use a strong cleaner on a laminate floor?

Laminate flooring is a durable and stain resistant floor covering so strong cleaners are typically not required nor recommended, "Floor flooding" is also not a good idea for cleaning. To get a better idea of what is needed to be avoided please consult your manufacturers instructions.

How do I care for my laminate floor?

Laminate flooring is made to be easy to care for. As a result, no waxing is needed. Typically, all that is required is sweeping to remove surface grit and occasional spot treatment with a manufacturer's recommended cleanser.

How do I care for and maintain my laminate floors?

While laminate floors are highly resistant to stains and abrasions, they are not indestructible. In order to maximize the durability and beauty of your laminate flooring, we recommend the following practices as part of your floor’s normal care and maintenance.

* Place a doormat outside the exterior entrances to collect excess moisture, sand, grit and other potentially damaging substances from being tracked onto your laminate floor.

* Do no use colorfast and non-scratch carpeting or pads on your laminate surface under any circumstance.

* Avoid sharp or pointed objects such as high heels on your laminate floor.

* Use protective felt pads under furniture legs or wide castors under appliance levelers.

* Avoid sliding furniture or appliances across the floor and if you have to use a wheeled dolly to move furniture or appliances, place a clean sheet of smooth plywood or other protective layer over your laminate floor to protect against any damage.

* Rearrange furniture occasionally for increased indentation resistance

* Do not treat or seal your laminate floor panels after they are installed.

* Never sand, lacquer, or refinish your laminate flooring surfaces.