Laminate floors cheap home renovation or great bang for your buck?
Yes and yes. Laminate flooring is pretty cheap and pretty easy to lay down. Also will increase sales value to your home, especially if you have carpets, which seem to be winning a lot of unpopularity contests. You can check on HGTV for a lot of ideas on how to do it yourself, where to go, the many different styles they have. I think you'll like it. Very easy to clean. I love mine. Swifter and I'm done.
I always had laminate flooring in the kitchen and bathrooms and love them. They look really nice and are extremely durable and easy to clean. I can use my steam mop on them. Laminate can look like wood flooring, tile, or stone and is not that expensive.
They are cheap.Aside from laminates, you may also consider the beauty of travertine or granite. Both can provide timeless beauty especially when they are properly installed and maintained.
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