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Laminate flooring prices – Everything you need to know

Posted: 21st November 2018

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Moving home or redecorating can be a really stressful time, without having to worry about laminate flooring prices.

With such a wide variety of flooring products available on the market in a range of styles, colours and finishes, it can be hard to know where to start – and how much to pay in the end.

Laminate flooring has become one of the most popular options for homeowners, and it’s easy to see why. It’s really durable, can be adapted into a wide range of colours and looks and is rather easy to install. With so many benefits it would be normal for one to assume that laminate flooring prices have gone through the roof, but that’s not the case!

Rather the opposite in fact. Laminate flooring remains one of the cheapest options for homeowners when looking at what option is best for them.

Laminate flooring prices – Initial costs

In order to ensure you get the longest lasting and highest quality floor available, it’s important to consider getting an underlay. Of course, this will add to the initial cost of your flooring plans, but in the long-term it will be worth it and save money and a lot of hassle on your end.

Underlay provides a subfloor to your surface, helping to stabilise the ground below, improve moisture protection and lessening impact.

Our range of Underlay flooring contains options which are both damp proof and sound proof, with prices starting from £1.60 per m².

Laminate flooring prices – Sale Flooring Direct range

The laminate flooring range at Sale Flooring Direct comes in a wide variety of prices to suit every budget. With laminate flooring being a budget friendly choice, costs are generally low across the range, starting from £4.80 per m².

Related: Four things to look out for when buying cheap laminate flooring in the UK

Laminate flooring prices – Maintenance Costs

This particular type of flooring is scratch resistant across the range of brands available, and is well able to deal with whatever spillages and other abuse come its way. Maintenance and repair costs should be minimal, with everyday home cleaning products usually more than sufficient to clean up stains and dirt that gather on the floor. However, it is advisable not to use too many soapy cleaning products as over time this could dull the look of the floor.

As we know, accidents happen when it comes to floors. Scratches, dents and tough stains can be common occurrences, particularly in rooms which are used heavily within the home. However, with simple click-in installation, these problem areas can be easily repaired by replacing just a small strip of laminate flooring.

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