Laminate flooring has gone through a huge transformation in recent years. Gone are the days of cheap linoleum and unrealistic faux wood. Today’s laminate flooring is made to be durable, beautiful, eloquent, flexible, and often a better option that traditional hardwood flooring.
N&M Restoration installs residential and commercial laminate flooring for clients in Southeast Michigan. You’ll get…
- Quick Installation Times with Precision Craftsmanship
- Digital Quotes That Outline Every Aspect of the Project – We Believe in Transparent Pricing
- Laminate Flooring for High Traffic Areas and Heavy-Duty Wear and Tear
- Other Flooring Services Available, Including Tile Flooring, Stained Concrete, Stamped Concrete, and More
- Answers to All Your Questions So You Can Choose the Best Flooring for Your Home or Business
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee and Friendly Service at Every Turn
To learn more about our laminate flooring options, please call (586) 350-5824 and schedule a consultation. We’ll go over your goals, budget and overall needs to find the best solution for you.
Highly Durable Laminate Flooring Backed by a Parts and Labor Warranty
There are many styles of laminate flooring to choose from, depending on the wear and tear you expect to encounter. If you want laminate flooring in a kitchen, bathroom, or any other room with high moisture content, waterproof laminate is a must. If you are using laminate in a commercial building, you may need the “life-proof” flooring that can stand up to the foot traffic. N&M Restoration has the tools and expertise for all laminate flooring projects, big and small.
- Scratch Resistant, Stain Resistant, Waterproof, and Scruff Resistant Laminate Floors
- Commercial and Residential Laminate Flooring Available
- Flooring Demolition and Laminate Floor Installation
- Dependable Materials That Come with a Warranty
- Top Quality Craftsmanship from Experienced Laminate Flooring Installers
Contact us at (586) 350-5824 to learn more about laminate floor installation.
Should I Choose Laminate or Tile?
Laminate flooring and tile flooring are both great options if you want low maintenance and high durability. Stamped and stained concrete are also good options, depending on the style of your building. In terms of what you should choose, it all depends on your budget and design goals. Laminate is a little softer under the feet and can look like real wood. Tile or concrete are usually better options under heavy machinery or intense pressure. You can review all of your flooring options during your consultation to make an informed decision.