contact us
Contact Us

How Can I Replicate Hardwood Without Paying a High Price Tag?

Laminate Hardwood FlooringWe know how important it is to our Dallas and North Dallas clients to have a home they’re proud of and that they look forward to showing off to family and friends. That’s why your flooring choice is so crucial. It’s the foundation and the follow-through element that flows throughout your entire home. And while many of our customers love the look of a hardwood floor, we recognize that not everyone wants to face the high price tag that often accompanies that flooring option. So how can you replicate hardwood without paying a high price tag? Read below to learn more about your options.

Looking at Laminate

Today, with many new laminate flooring options available, Dallas homeowners are taking a closer look at what appears to be authentic wood, but delivers the beauty at a much lower cost and with more benefits. Today’s laminates feature the realistic characteristics of wood in both texture and grain while providing durability unmatched by real wood.

Holding Up to Wear and Tear

Laminate wears much better than wood and requires far less maintenance, so Dallas homeowners and their families can enjoy living their active lifestyles without worrying about how their floors are going to hold up to everyday wear and tear. Scratching and indentations can easily mar the beauty of real wood, but laminate resists scratches and nicks. Because it’s so durable, laminate flooring requires no waxing or varnishing, and is much easier to clean than traditional wood floors. In addition, laminate doesn’t need costly and time-consuming refinishing like real wood does.

Call D&R Floors to Learn More

If you’d like to learn more about your hardwood alternative options in Dallas and North Dallas, contact us or give our flooring experts a call at 972-625-4100. We’ll be more than happy to answer whatever questions you may have about our products and services.

Recent From Our Blog
View Blog
Client Testimonials
I recently moved into a new home with my family and decided to replace the dingy carpeting on the second... - Ben Mercer
Read More