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Installing laminate floors are not very difficult, but care should be taken to properly align all the panels so that they are even and level to the ground. Enough clearance should be provided for opening doors, and you should also plan the layout of these panels carefully since a simple change in direction can already change the look that it creates inside a room.
Laminate floors consist of various layers, with a clear, aluminium oxide layer on top. This top layer gives the floors that shiny look that is so modern and popular, and it will also protect the rest of the layers underneath against spills, scratches and unnecessary water damage. Laminate floors are ideal for homeowners that are looking to revamp their home; adding value and style to their rooms. These floors are ideal for office buildings and meeting rooms too since they provide a very stylish, modern feel. They are not recommended for bathrooms or areas that will be exposed to moisture.
Cleaning laminate floors is fairly easy; one should just keep in mind that no ammonia or chemicals should be used when cleaning them. To remove stains, use a damp cloth and warm, soapy water. You can also reduce the risk of scratching the floors, by putting small felt pads underneath the legs of the furniture in the room. Laminate floors can retain their modern look for many years, if they are regularly cleaned and properly looked after.
When it comes to noise reduction, you can reduce the sound that they make when people walk on them by installing additional noise reduction layers in-between the normal layers of these floors. The thickness of the layers will also contribute to the sound it makes; and this can be confirmed with the installer of your choice. Professional installers will be able to give you the best advice on the type of laminate floors and the style that will fit with the room.