Few floor coverings can boast that they were the first in their niche. Laminate takes up that title with pride, as the very first ever wood-look flooring in the United States. Since then, improvements have been made that allows this product to keep on getting better. As this goes on, it's only made it easier for customers to make that final decision to put this material on their own floors. From improved appearance, to impeccable performance and stability, you'll have to see for yourself what this floor covering has to offer.
Sistare Carpets Inc. has worked since 1960 to make sure our customers are perfectly matched with the flooring they need and want. Since then, we have serviced the areas of Lancaster, Rock Hill, Fort Mill, SC, Weddington, Waxhaw, and Indian Lands, NC, all from our showroom in Lancaster, SC. Our devotion to 100% customer satisfaction is known far and wide, and we invite you to visit us so you can see for yourself.
As a wood-look floor covering, laminate is in a niche all by itself. It has an amazing ability to mimic all natural solid hardwood floors, right down to the grain pattern, stain color, and textures. In fact, your guests won't be able to tell they're not actually walking on the real thing. It truly adds an air of timeless elegance to any room, no matter the decor options, and stands up well to changing trends.
Furthermore, laminate has the excellent ability to mimic resilient flooring. Adding a soft underlayment, with some homeowners preferring cork, it offers a resilient experience that puts a spring in every step you take. Additionally, it makes it much easier to stand on these floors for long periods of time. This is something that will come in handy around the holidays, when you're standing to prepare meals or wash dishes.
The same underlayment that adds a spring to your step can also inhibit noise levels throughout your home. It soaks up much of the noise instead of allowing it to echo from room to room. This makes the environment so much more peaceful and it's something you'll be able to notice right away, after installation.
Laminate is an excellent choice for longevity, as it's durable wear layer hides a great deal of wear and tear. You'll see fewer stains, scuffs, scratches, and fading, and you'll notice how many years you get out of this ever-evolving material.