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Laminate Flooring Installers in Atlanta, GA

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Prescreened Laminate Flooring Installers in Atlanta, GA

Floor Coverings International of West Metro Atlanta
22 Verified Ratings
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(678) 798-5202
3201 Atlanta Industrial Parkway, Suite 215
Atlanta, GA 30331
Your Floor
12 Verified Ratings
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(866) 272-6181
4183 Northeast Express Way, Suite 210
Atlanta, GA 30340
Professional Installed Wood Floors, LLC
26 Verified Ratings
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(770) 463-7849
3372 Canton Road, Suite 102
Marietta, GA 30066

Serving Atlanta, GA
Floor Coverings International-Alpharetta
24 Verified Ratings
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(770) 463-7864
200 Market Place #100A
Roswell, GA 30075

Serving Atlanta, GA
Carpet & More, Inc.
50 Verified Ratings
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(404) 439-0423
1915 Oak Wind Lane Northeast
Buford, GA 30519

Serving Atlanta, GA

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Cost to Install Wood or Stone Laminate Flooring in Atlanta

Most homeowners spent between:
$1,055 - $3,527
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Reviews of Atlanta Laminate Flooring Installers

Project: Install Wood or Stone Laminate Flooring
Smyrna, GA w

Wonderful experience with Floor Coverings International. They were timely to all appointments and got the job done quickly. I've unfortunately had the experience of replacing floors several times, and I must say that the installation job they did was the best I had seen (and I had a family member who does floors do one install!). Fixing a portion of the house due to water damage, but plan to use them again to finish up the rest in a few months! Would also note that when the job was finished except for the furniture move, the team responsible wound up stuck in Atlanta traffic during a rain storm. The owner and his wife came out and finished the job themselves! Can't get more dedicate customer service than that!

Project: Install Wood or Stone Laminate Flooring
Avondale Estates, GA w

My partner and I spent the past two weeks ripping up the carpet, underlay and glue from our floors in a home that was built in 1962 in preparation for the installation of laminate. We hired a company(that shall remain nameless)to install the laminate. The day of the installation came. The kids were sent off to school, the furniture was moved and the installers seemingly were ready to go. Well an hour later, no installers. When we spoke with them, they informed us that for several silly reasons they could not install the floors. Enter Shelley and E and S flooring. The moment I emailed HomeAdvisor, I was put in touch with Shelley. She instantly took control of a bad situation and put our minds at ease. Within two hours her crew was at my house. Within 5 minutes of arriving, the guys began working. Shelley showed up an hour later to check things out. What was supposed to be just a working relationship has already turned into a friendship. She was nothing but kind and professional. She made my partner and I feel totally comfortable and at ease. I'm so grateful that I met her. She and her crew are an absolute joy. The work started at around 1 and around 5:45 they were walking out the door. There was no mess, no cleanup for us. They did everything. And the price was extremely reasonable($300 less than the other company). This is a company that I would wholeheartedly recommend. By the time they were finished we had time to get all our furniture back in order and get our kids back home to enjoy their nice new floors. Thank you Shelley and your team. We will definitely use you and your team again and again. Tomeko and Marty

Project: Install Wood or Stone Laminate Flooring
Atlanta, GA w

I just wanted to thank H.A. for recommending CIC Floors to do the kitchen floor job. Cesar gave me the middle price and he did the job himself so that I wouldn't have to wait. His office staff was VERY polite and atttentive in setting up the job. I am delighted with the result.


Unscreened Flooring & Carpet Contractors in Atlanta, Georgia

Proactive Services, Inc.
6375 Lakeview Dr.
Buford, GA 30518
Suggs Carpet, Inc.
2616 Max Cleland Blvd.
Lithonia, GA 30058
JFC Flooring
3521 Birchwood Trail
Snellville, GA 30078
Kitchens Hardwood Floors, Inc.
P.O. Box 1387
Oxford, GA 30054
Scott Tile
723 Castlan St.
Atlanta, GA 30310

Things to Consider Before You Install Wood or Stone Laminate Flooring in Atlanta, Georgia:

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    Family room

Ideas & Inspiration from Atlanta Flooring & Carpet Contractors

Atlanta Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring in Atlanta has risen from the ranks of economy flooring to one of the most frequently installed flooring products in the metropolitan area. That's saying a lot for a product that just a decade or two past was mostly known as a cheap knock-off of attractive hardwood flooring. Today's laminate flooring, however, is nothing of the sort. Not only is it more durable and easy to install than it's ever been (which is saying something if you know anything about laminate's long celebrated status as a front-runner in those departments), but advances in technology have also vaulted laminate flooring from cheap hardwood flooring imitation to a flooring material that any homeowner can be proud of in the looks department.

Flooring 101

Despite its popularity, most homeowners find themselves at a loss when asked to describe what laminate flooring really is. At the risk of oversimplifying it, laminate flooring in Atlanta is composed of four elements all bonded together under high pressure to create the flooring planks that you install in your home. Working from the bottom up, the underside of your laminate flooring starts with a water-resistant layer that prevents moisture from working up through the subfloor into the product's core. The core itself is a high density fiberboard product that gives the flooring its strength, and on top of that a high resolution image is applied that's responsible for laminate's great looks (No, it's not real wood, or even a veneer. That drop-dead image of bamboo, oak, or maple, is actually just a really big photograph!). Finally, the surface is finished off with the scratch and impact resistant clear coating that makes laminate one of the most durable flooring products around.

Choosing a Finish

The rising fame of Atlanta laminate flooring is largely thanks to the explosion of choices that the industry now provides homeowners when it comes to appearance. After all, the durability and easy installation of this product has been touted over water coolers and at hardware stores across the country for years already. It's the fact that you can now purchase laminate in oak, maple, bamboo, cherry, pine, teak, chestnut, stone and ceramic tile imitations, and more, that have homeowners flocking to laminate in previously unforeseen numbers. Throw in realistic textures, a choice of plank widths, and even beveled and "hand scraped" flooring planks, and it's easy to see that laminate isn't a cheap hardwood imitation any longer.

Synonymous with Rock Bottom Prices

We keep touting the durability, looks, and easy installation of laminate flooring Atlanta, but we've hardly touched on the price. To put it simply, you won't find a better deal in a flooring material, period. Quality laminate flooring can be purchased and installed for less than $5 per square foot, which is more than half of what you'll pay for installing traditional materials like hardwood flooring and stone tile (and that's a conservative estimate). Furthermore, while the price of laminate flooring varies depending on quality (you should expect to pay higher prices the more realistic and unique your choice of laminate flooring gets), the pendulum swings both ways. Keep an eye out for sales, and install the laminate yourself, and it's not unusual to find laminate flooring moving off the shelves for less than a dollar per square foot.


We may be venturing into dangerous territory here, especially since we're in the business of providing contractor referrals, but it would be an understatement to say that laminate is one of the most homeowner friendly flooring materials in the industry when it comes to installation. To be fair, no DIY job is guaranteed to look 100 percent professional upon completion, and I have talked to contractors who warn from experience that the lure of easy laminate flooring installation has been known to get inexperienced homeowners into trouble. But the fact that laminate flooring in Atlanta is a "floating" floor product, combined with newer click together lines in which the flooring planks literally snap together, makes this flooring about as DIY friendly as flooring gets. Of course, don't feel bad if you don't feel qualified to do the job, or if you're just too busy to set aside the time it takes to do it on your own. It's just as easy (okay, easier) for a professional to install laminate as it is for a homeowner, which translates into quicker installations and lower labor costs. In other words, even if you do hire the job out, you'll still be saving money by choosing laminate over hardwood flooring or tile.