Stone look laminate flooring, NW San AntonioWood-look laminate flooring has been around for a long time. The quality of this product has made great strides in recent years, however, and you can find laminates that are nearly indistinguishable from real wood flooring. In addition to smooth finishes, laminate flooring also comes in textured or distressed finishes that closely resemble reclaimed wood.

The exciting innovations in laminate don’t stop there. Laminate flooring is now available to resemble metal, tile and stone, making the style options for this versatile flooring product nearly endless. Learn more about the latest laminate flooring styles to suit your San Antonio home.

Tile-Look Laminate

Tile is a popular flooring option in San Antonio. But the installation and maintenance requirements can put some buyers off. Laying tile is a chore, and keeping the grout clean can be a constant challenge. Laminate flooring is so easy to maintain, and with the look of tile you can have the best of both worlds!

Stone-Look Laminate

Natural stone flooring is a dream for many homeowners in the San Antonio area. This stylish, durable, and cool surface makes it a great fit for our warm climate. However, the price tag can make natural stone flooring cost prohibitive for many homeowners. Stone-look laminate flooring is a great option for those that want the look without the cost.

Laminate flooring may not be as tough as many tile or stone surfaces, but it is a very dense material that will resist dings and scratches over time. In addition to its durability, it provides a softer walking surface than many tile and stone options, which makes it a great choice for homes with children or elderly people.

If you’re ready to consider your options in laminate flooring, contact our team at Floor Coverings International of Northwest San Antonio. We will provide a free in-home design consultation to let you see the styles in the comfort of your own home and find the laminate flooring that is just right for your family.

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