Pine Laminate Flooring
There is a certain appeal to pine wood flooring because of the rustic or country feel. This beauty comes at a price, however, for pine is one of the softer woods commonly used to manufacture furniture and floors. Its softness is clear even in the best solid wood flooring made from real pine wood; these floors often show evidence of many dents and scrapes resulting from all the traffic. Pine flooring planks tend to expand and contract a great deal according to the humidity in a room, and gaps often form between the boards during periods of extreme dryness.
Those seeking the look of pine, but the durability of a harder wood should definitely consider pine laminate flooring. Being an artificial material, pine laminate flooring has been created to endure --- without denting or scratching --- those impacts that would mar real pine wood. Quality laminate flooring that has the appearance of authentic pine wood looks like new longer than real pine, making it a great choice for the appearance of pine floors in high traffic areas.
Pine laminate flooring is one of the many kinds of inexpensive laminate flooring available on the market in a variety of hues. Customers who are considering this option should compare different pine laminate flooring samples before making a final decision.