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Why You Should Avoid the Lowest Priced Laminate Flooring

While laminate is one of the least expensive flooring options you have, there is a wide range of price points to choose from within this one area. As with any major home expense, it’s best to stick with the old adage, “You get what you pay for.” This doesn’t mean you have to break the bank, but don’t fall for the lowest prices either. Price is more than an indicator of style or innovation; it’s of […]

Formica® Flooring Introduces Eco-Friendly Exotic Wood Looks

Get an exotic wood look without hurting the planet or your pocketbook thanks to laminate flooring. The trend toward more exotic wood flooring started over a decade ago and shows no signs of waning. According to the World Floor Covering Association, exotic woods “win the heart” by showcasing the artistic beauty found in nature. The bold striping, depth of color, and rich beauty of these woods leave […]

Our New Recycling Initiative

Barnwell, South Carolina, March 18, 2013 – Formica® Flooring has begun participating in a recycling and waste reduction program that will have a tremendous impact on landfills.  Working with Pratt Recycling, a subsidiary of Pratt Industries, Formica Flooring’s production plant will separate all waste streams, including paper, clear plastic, green strapping, corrugate, bottles, cans, metal and gene […]

Quality Laminate Flooring, Trusted Name

With so many laminate flooring choices, it’s hard to know which brands you can trust and which ones will fall short of your expectations. With little help from many retail sales people and some suspiciously cheap imports, the battle between your head, heart, and wallet has become more difficult than ever. When you’re searching for a superior product that offers everything you’re looking for, you c […]

Get Trendy with Reclaimed Wood

The glow of a pristine floor made of newly felled wood might be ideal for some. But there are those among us who dream of a floor with an edgier, more unique aesthetic. Something less “perfect.” Enter the reclaimed wood craze. Re-purposing planks from old barns, pallets,