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Laminate Flooring Installers in Denver, CO

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Prescreened Laminate Flooring Installers in Denver, CO

Colorado Custom R3
1 Verified Ratings
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(720) 506-7750
8177 Vanguard Drive
Denver, CO 80221
Complete Flooring
33 Verified Ratings
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(303) 476-9882
7092 South Johnson Street
Littleton, CO 80128

Serving Denver, CO
Ebenezer Home Services, LLC
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(866) 612-6433
7850 W Mansfield Pkwy, # 4308
Lakewood, CO 80235

Serving Denver, CO
Empire Today, LLC - Colorado
228 Verified Ratings
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(866) 716-7050
333 Northwest Avenue
Northlake, IL 60164

Serving Denver, CO
RM Contracting
1 Verified Ratings
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(720) 506-8401
2967 West 81st Avenue, Apt K
Westminster, CO 80212

Serving Denver, CO

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Cost to hire a Install Wood or Stone Laminate Flooring in Denver

Most homeowners spent between:
$1,204 - $2,877
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Reviews of Denver Laminate Flooring Installers

Project: Install Wood or Stone Laminate Flooring
Denver, CO

They helped us find two more thresh holds we needed and their price to install the floors was a great price. We are very pleased with the floors!

Project: Install Wood or Stone Laminate Flooring
Denver, CO

Very punctual and a job well done

Project: Install Wood or Stone Laminate Flooring
Arvada, CO

This company is awesome! Matt found the exact product that I needed, which was different from what I needed. Then John came in and because of a bad subfloor, had to resurface the whole thing before he could install the floor. They worked through the weekend to get it done for me and it is fabulous! Beautiful, functional, and exactly what I needed. This company met and exceeded my expectations by a large margin.


Unscreened Flooring & Carpet Contractors in Denver, Colorado

Bretz Interiors, Inc.
1585 Allison St.
Lakewood, CO 80214
Northstar Painting and Remodeling
3306 S. Geneva St.
Denver, CO 80231
Front Range Construction & Remodel
2205 Keota Ln
Superior, CO 80027
KCT Flooring
5040 Wagon Master Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80917
Nationwide Floor & Window Coverings
10764 Appaloosa Ct.
Parker, CO 80134

Things to Consider Before You Install Wood or Stone Laminate Flooring in Denver, Colorado:

  • Have you already purchased the flooring materials for this project?
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    Living room
    Dining room
    Stair Landing
    Family room

Ideas & Inspiration from Denver Flooring & Carpet Contractors

Denver Laminate Flooring

Thank goodness the days of cheap vinyl and linoleum flooring are past for Front Range homeowners looking for a cost-effective solution to their flooring needs. Today's most economical flooring solution, from materials on through to installation, is laminate. Even better, and contrary to common sense, this isn't a product where quality is a reflection of cost. It's winning combination of durability, great looks, and easy handling make laminate flooring in Denver one of the most widely installed flooring products from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins.

What is Laminate Flooring? Low cost. Great performance. Good looks. It's the kind of "too good to be true" product your grandfather warned you about. Truth is, laminate is all that and more. The secret behind this cost effective, beautiful flooring is a marriage of solid construction and cutting edge technology. Laminate might look like oak, bamboo, or stone tile, but it's really a resin-wood composite at its core, which his formed artificially under extremely high pressure. A moisture-resistant backing prevents moisture from damaging the material from below, while an almost impervious, clear topcoat is applied to protect the surface you tread on. And those great looks? Believe it or not, that's a high resolution photograph slipped beneath the topcoat that gets all the compliments!

Design Photograph or not, one of the most exciting developments in laminate over the past several years is how many options it affords Denverites when it comes to looks. Laminate used to be a cheap substitute for either oak or maple flooring in the looks department. Now laminate is a dead wringer for multiple species of wood and several other styles of flooring, including oak, bamboo, maple, pine, and even stone and ceramic tile. The wide variety of designs available in laminate makes it possible to find a line of laminate flooring in Denver to match just about any room. Even so, as much as the great looks of laminate flooring in Denver are causing homeowners to take notice, it's really a great track record of durability, easy installation, and low cost that's earned this material its excellent reputation.

Tough as Nails Few products, with the obvious exceptions of stone and cement, can boast the durability of laminate flooring in Denver. Laminate products are highly scratch and impact resistant, and they are easy to clean, making it the perfect flooring for high-use areas and households with children and pets, where rough treatment is a rule rather than an exception. Like any product, it can be damaged if it's abused, but when it comes to day-to-day use, laminate is far more durable than other common flooring materials such as hardwood flooring or carpet. The only warning: watch out for water. Because it is a composite wood product, laminate flooring can warp and buckle if it's consistently exposed to high moisture levels. That being said, bathrooms aren't the best place for laminate, because of the high humidity, and if your basement floods on a regular basis (unlikely in Colorado's semi-arid climate) you might want to think twice about installing laminate there as well.

Installation Is as Easy as Lick it or Click It Laminate's other claim to fame is easy installation. That translates to drastically reduced labor costs when compared to having hardwood floors or tile installed, or an easy DIY job if you've got the time and the tools. Laminate flooring in Denver is a "floating floor" product, meaning it isn't attached directly to the sub-floor. Instead, the laminate boards are attached to each other and left to sit, or "float," on a pad covering the subfloor. Laminate comes in two common forms: 1) tongue and groove planks that are pushed together and held by glue, and 2) what's known as click together flooring, in which the boards literally snap together (no adhesive necessary). If you're going to do this job yourself, choose click together flooring or laminate with pre-applied glue that's activated by wetting it (don't really lick it, though ? use a sponge. Gak!). Doing so means all you'll have to worry about is cutting the boards to the right length, spacing them properly, and pulling them tight.

If you're interested in laminate for your Denver home, talk to a contractor or retailer who specializes in Denver laminate flooring about getting a product that matches your needs, budget, and present home design. If you're doing it yourself, talking to a pro ahead of time is the best way to learn the ropes, get an idea of how much the job is going to cost you, and get advice on all the accompanying tools you'll need to track down to get the job done right. And if you're not a DIY type, then talking to a contractor is obviously the quickest way to get your new laminate flooring in Denver installed and ready for use.