When it comes to laminate flooring in New Madrid, MO there's no better company than Nexhit. For homeowners interested in the timeless look of hardwood with a much lower price, our professional, courteous staff will arrive at your home and take care of all your needs for laminate floors in New Madrid, MO. These floors have the look and feel of wood, but at a fraction of the cost. Don't fret, call today at (888) 404-5407 to install high quality laminate wood flooring in New Madrid, MO homes. No job too big or too small, call now for a free quote.
$1,000 - $1,718
For laminate floors in New Madrid, MO there's really only one option: Nexhit. That's the best name in laminate floors that New Madrid, MO has to offer. We work hard to ensure that the combination of affordable prices and quality service that Nexhit provides stands above all the other service options in the area. For the most part they simply focus on either low costs or high quality, but here at Nexhit we strive to merge the two ideas together. Explore our comprehensive price guide for more information, and call today for a free estimate.
When properly cared for, laminate is a low maintenance, long lasting flooring that doesn't take too much to clean. You can actually use a vacuum to get dry dirt off. While it may seem natural to mop your New Madrid flooring, you'll actually want to use very little water when cleaning, and wipe it off quickly with a dry cloth. The same goes for any wet or muddy feet marks, just rub it off immediately with a dry cloth or paper towel. Also never use abrasive cleaners, soap based detergents, or other such chemical compounds when cleaning. Be sure to never use scouring panels or steel wool with your New Madrid laminate flooring, as that can scratch or damage it. Make sure never to polish, or wax the laminate. Finally, never use steam cleaning or anything that carpet cleaning would use, as that could potentially ruin the surface.
To achieve the look of hardwood without any actual lumber involved in the process, several materials are bonded together in a high pressure chamber. The first layer is a high density floorboard, or HDF, that guards against moisture damage. Next comes a high resolution image made to resemble natural hardwood. Yes, the main reason laminate resembles lumber is due to a picture of wood. Finally, a resin-coated cellulose is then added to both protect the laminate flooring in New Madrid, MO, and to allow the image of the woodlike features to show.