The Best in Laminate Flooring Near Santa Cruz Homes and Businesses
Laminate flooring is one of the most popular choices for both residential and commercial spaces thanks to its affordability, durability and attractiveness. At S&G Carpet and More, we’re proud to carry a diverse selection of laminate flooring in Santa Cruz to meet the needs of property owners throughout area.
We have laminate floors for those who want to install them on their own and those who want to opt for professional installation. Our selection includes wood, tile and stone designs so that you can find a floor that meets your decor needs. Stop by our flooring showroom near Santa Cruz or make an appointment with our shop-at-home consultant today to find the right laminate flooring for your space.
Why Choose Laminate Flooring?
Thanks to advances in manufacturing, you’ll be able to find laminate floors in a wide variety of styles designed to look like stone, tile and real wood. Laminate can be bought in both plank and tile formats to be fitted over most types of substrate including concrete. While laminate floors are great for their appearance, they also boast other winning attributes.
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Laminate Flooring Durability
Laminate floors are incredibly durable. They are constructed with a special aluminum oxide layer that helps resist dings, scratches, stains and burns. These floors are great for high-traffic commercial environments and homes with busy families.
It’s no secret that laminate floors cost a lot less than traditional hardwood, stone or tile. They’ll also last for many years, eliminating the need for costly replacements. Most homeowners can find laminate floors near Santa Cruz that meet their budget and decor needs.
Ease of Care
Laminate flooring isn’t high maintenance. Simply wipe up wet spots, use a broom to keep debris off the floor and wet mop with cleaners designed for laminate flooring to keep floors in tip-top shape.
How to Install Laminate Floors
You can choose to install laminate floors yourself or you can have them installed by a professional. If you’d like to install your own floors, be aware that four different types of laminate flooring are available:
- Glueless laminate floors are laid directly onto the substrate with a thin plastic underlay that creates a moisture barrier.
- Glued laminate floors are difficult to separate once put together because each tongue and groove is glued before planks or tiles are laid on the floor. These are considered the original type of laminate floor.
- Laminate floors with attached underlay are available with several different types of tongue-and-groove systems. They feature a built-in underlay that helps reduce noise levels.
- Pre-glued laminate floors are already pieced together for you but must be cut to fit your specific room. They should be laid over a thin plastic underlay to prevent water damage.
Laminate Options for Santa Cruz Homeowners
At S&G Carpet and More, we carry one of the largest selections of laminate flooring in Northern California. Visit our Santa Cruz showroom today to choose from laminate in tile, wood and stone designs. We’re proud to offer these durable, affordable and easy-to-care-for floors for your home or business.
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Santa Cruz, CA
Santa Cruz is situated on the northern edge of Monterey Bay, and well known for it’s moderate climate and beautiful coastline. Santa Cruz is also very popular for the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, an oceanfront amusement park that’s been in operation since 1907. Santa Cruz was the location of Spanish settlement in 1791, including Mission Santa Cruz. Following the Mexican-American War from 1846-1848 Santa Cruz was chartered in 1866. Santa Cruz had imports of lumber, gunpowder, lime and agricultural products in it’s early years. It wasn’t until later in the 19th century that Santa Cruz put itself on the map as a beach resort community. Santa Cruz is surrounded by the nearby communities of Live Oak, Capitola, Scotts Valley, Aptos, Rio Del Mar, and Felton with the Wilder Ranch State Park to the west of Santa Cruz’s.