Laminate and Vinyl Flooring for Your Home
Laminate wood flooring and luxury vinyl tile and planks are great DIY-friendly products made from plastic that are easy to install, durable, quiet, and soft underfoot. Watch this video to find out more. ...More
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Laminate wood flooring made from plastic is a great DIY-friendly product that’s easy to install in your home. Laminate flooring is durable, easy to keep clean, and simple to install yourself.

Luxury vinyl tile and vinyl planks are other plastic flooring materials that have become very popular. They’re thicker than standard vinyl flooring, making them more durable, and vinyl tile and planks are softer and quieter than ceramic tile.

Watch this video to find out more.

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  1. christopher bennett Says:
    April 11th, 2011 at 2:23 pm

    is there a secret to removing 50 year old laminate tiles or vynal tiles with a floor scraper? i have the floor started but am having a heck of a time getting the floor up. any secrets? make the floor cold? make the floor hot? anything?.

  2. Tim Harmon Says:
    January 12th, 2012 at 8:16 am

    I have a rental property with sheet vinyl floor glued down to concrete subfloor in the kitchen. Can I install new commercial-grade vinyl tile (Armstrong Excelon) directly over the existing sheet vinyl or does it need to come up? I haven’t started trying to take the old sheet vinyl up yet so I don’t know how stuck it is. Thanks for your help.

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