Thanks to their attractiveness, affordability and durability, laminate floors in Folsom are a popular choice for home and business owners throughout the area. At S&G Carpet and More, we’re proud to carry one of the largest selections of laminate flooring in Northern California.
We offer laminate floors in Folsom for do-it-yourselfers and for property owners who want to have professional installation completed. We carry laminate in a wide array of tile, wood and stone designs so that you can find flooring that will fit both your decor style and use needs. Stop by our Folsom flooring showroom today or make an appointment with one of our shop-at-home consultants to find the right laminate for your space.
Folsom laminate floors are popular because they’re available in a wide variety of wood, tile and stone patterns. These floors are also available in both tile and plank formats to allow for ease of installation. They can be installed over almost any substrate including concrete. Of course, laminate flooring near Folsom offers more than just aesthetic value.
Laminate floors require no special upkeep. They should be kept free of wet spots, swept regularly and wet mopped with special laminate cleaners. These simple steps will ensure that your laminate floors stay in great shape.
At S&G Carpet and More, we offer professional installation of laminate, but we also offer laminate options for those who want to take care of installation themselves. If you plan on installing your own laminate flooring in Folsom, be aware that you’ll be able to choose from four different types of laminate:
At S&G Carpet and More, we’re proud to carry laminate flooring in a wide variety of wood, stone and tile designs. Visit our Folsom showroom to browse our selection and find the right flooring for your home or business.
Folsom is named for Joseph Libbey Folsom who purchased Rancho Rio de los Americanos from the heirs of a San Francisco merchant William Alexander Leidesdorff, and laid out the town called Granite City, mostly occupied by gold miners seeking fortune in the Sierra Nevada foothills. Though few amassed a great deal of wealth, the city prospered due to Joseph Folsom’s lobbying to get a railway to connect the town with Sacramento. Joseph died in 1855, and Granite City was later renamed to Folsom in his honor. The railway was abandoned in the 1980s but later opened up as the terminus of the Gold Line of Sacramento Regional Transit District’s light rail service. A few former gold-rush era towns are located within city limits of Folsom, including Prairie City, California, Salmon Falls, and Mormon Island.
Folsom hosted a significant Chinese American community when it was first incorporated, but arsonists burned Folsom’s Chinatown in March 1886, driving Chinese Americans out of town