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Laminate flooring is exceptionally durable, especially considering how little upkeep they require. Laminate is resistant to UV rays and may be waterproofed, making it ideal for high-traffic areas. It is also less likely to scratch or discolour than hardwood flooring.

The inability to sand and refinish laminate flooring could be seen a drawback for some. Because laminate flooring cannot be polished or refinished like real hardwood, it must be replaced if it is extremely damaged, deeply scratched, or grooved.

You can purchase a separate laminate underlay for your project unless your flooring planks come with a pre-attached underlay. The additional layer of padding can give a variety of advantages, including preserving your new floor from harm. This will greatly improve the appearance, feel, and general performance of your new flooring.

Minor irregularities are cushioned and buffered by laminate underlayments, resulting in a uniform surface that appears and feels uniform. If you skip this step, your new flooring could be more vulnerable to some cosmetic difficulties.