Laminate Flooring in San Diego
California Flooring And Design has a wide selection of laminate flooring to choose from.
Why Laminate Flooring?
Laminate flooring combines natural looking designs with a tough, durable finish and can be used in almost any area of the home. Laminate floors also offer realistic designs and can replicate the characteristics of the popular hand-scraped hardwood floors and stone flooring.
Low maintenance requirements and durability are not all that laminate floors can possess. Laminate is the best flooring solution for those who enjoy the look of real wood or stone, but want a more affordable option. Today’s laminate floors are made to match its natural counterparts, but the texture as well.
Laminate flooring is an excellent choice for our customers who are remodeling on a budget, but still want appealing flooring. CFD offers laminate options that go beyond the customers’ expectations, to deliver many variations. Your imagination is the limit when it comes to the color, style, design, and shape of your ideal laminate flooring.
Your CFD Design representative will guide you in the process of selecting the right laminate flooring that fits your desires and request. Call today to set up an appointment to meet with your CFD design consultant.
Laminate Flooring Brands
Below are some insight into the different types of wood flooring to choose.
Ayos Laminate Flooring
Laminates You Can Love
- Napa Valley Collection
- Premium Laminate Collection
- Trendy Laminate Collection
- Natural Laminate Collection
High Quality and Durable Laminate Flooring
- Applachian Collection
- Sumatra Collection
- Napa Valley Collection
- Rocky Mountain Collection
- Lighthouse Collection
- Sierra Collection
- Barnwood Classics
Quick-step Laminate Flooring
- Laminate Flooring
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between an LVP product and an SPC product?
Luxury vinyl planks (LVP) are made of compressed layers of vinyl, with a high resolution image overlaid onto them, to mimic the look of another material. Stone polymer composite (SPC) flooring is similar, in that it includes a high resolution image, overlaid onto vinyl and coated with a transparent wear layer to protect the floor from scratches, stains, fading, etc. However, the core material in SPC is a hybrid of plastic and compressed limestone powder. This makes the planks hard and rigid, rather than soft and flexible.
What are the best flooring options for a concrete substrate?
Here is our list of the top 6 flooring options to install over a concrete substrate: Laminate, wood, rubber tile, carpet, ceramic tile, and vinyl tile.
What is the most popular flooring in homes today?
The newest trend is flooring that is clean and natural—from materials, to colors, to patterns.“Lived-in” wood flooring is at the top of the list. Carpet is fading in popularity but is still 2nd on the list.