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Laminate Flooring in Nazareth, PA

Laminate flooring is an affordable, simple-to-maintain option that’s perfect for both residential and light-use commercial settings. Today’s laminate floors look remarkably indistinguishable from real hardwood.

When choosing the flooring that’s right for you, the options can seem endless. Is laminate flooring right for you? What about luxury vinyl plank? Here’s a breakdown of the differences between each flooring option and why we love laminate!

Laminate, Vinyl, Hardwood: Which One Is Best For Me?


Thanks to advances in flooring technology, laminate is becoming a top choice for flooring. Let’s take a look at the differences between each flooring option, and how laminate can elevate your space.

Laminate vs. Hardwood


There’s nothing quite as timeless as the look of hardwood throughout a space. From warm and cool tones to rustic charm and modern elegance, hardwood flooring has it all. While installing hardwood flooring offers an excellent return on investment (ROI), it’s not always the most budget-friendly option. Plus, hardwood flooring has the potential for warping, water damage, and scratching. While we offer waterproof hardwood solutions, for those who need a durable and budget-friendly flooring option, laminate is the way to go.

Pros of Laminate vs. Hardwoods:


  1. It’s got the look: Laminate flooring comes in a variety of design options, e.g., a realistic hardwood species like maple, oak, or hickory.                                                                                                                                              
  2. It’s meant to last: When properly installed, laminate is able to handle everything from pet claws to dragged furniture, spills, and heavy foot traffic.

Laminate or Vinyl?                                                    

Of course, the next question is whether laminate is the right choice for your space. Our luxury vinyl flooring comes in standard sheet and tile looks. The top layer is printed and embossed with a surface design that has the bonus of added texture. On the other hand, laminate flooring is made from wood byproducts that are bonded with resin. This makes the top surface a hard, transparent layer that covers a printed design layer, giving laminate the extra look of depth, as well as texture. 

Benefits of Laminate Flooring include:


  • A cost-effective choice for large installation areas
  • More water resistance thanks to its tighter seams and moldings
  • Ease of installation, care, and maintenance
  • Three-dimensional design layer that allows for a more detailed wood look or tile look

Laminate Installation


We have a beautiful selection of stylish laminate products that will enhance your home’s design and performance. You can install laminate anywhere in your home. For kitchens and other moisture-prone areas, use a waterproof laminate floor like our Mirror Lake™ collection. Finally, we recommend laminate for low-use commercial spaces like small offices.

In general, our laminate flooring installation process is quick and easy, thanks to a simple click-lock method. At Aria’s Carpet One, we offer professional installation services for all of your flooring needs. Plus, we offer specific warranties for each of our flooring products, so you can enjoy your new space for years to come.

Our Laminate Selection


Whether you want a stylish dark wood laminate floor or a bright contemporary look, we have a product that’s perfect for you. Our experts can guide you through our available options and help you find the right choice for your setting. We offer both name-brand laminate flooring and Carpet One Floor & Home exclusives like Mirror Lake, Mohawk, Shaw, and Quick Step. Visit our showroom or contact us today if you’d like to browse our flooring samples and talk with our experienced team. At Aria’s Carpet One Floor & Home in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, we offer the area’s best laminate selection. Start shopping our laminate flooring collections online today!

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Caring for Laminate Floors


Not sure how to care for your laminate flooring? Enjoy your floors for years to come with these care tips!