DIY: Laminate


Laminate is easy-to-install and easy-to-maintain, and it’s designed to replicate the natural color, grain, and texture of real hardwood. Laminate is remarkably realistic and exceptionally durable – resistant to staining, scratches, wear, and fading. Whether you want high gloss, distressed, or handscraped textures, you’re sure to find all the latest trends at LL. See how some our customers have DIYed their spaces with laminate!

Brian used Dream Home Diamond Mountain Manor to replace his living and dining room floors after his house sustained water damage. He said, “Once the sub-floor was ready, it took three of us two days to install 545 sq ft including all the trim work. We are very happy with our new floors from Lumber Liquidators.”

Kim used Dream Home Delaware Bay Driftwood in her kitchen: “I’m in love with this flooring! I have dogs & grandkids and wanted a light flooring that didn’t show every speck of dirt & footprints. I’ve had so many compliments and friends asking the name of it & where I got it. I’m a 44-year-old woman, and I installed this myself (with a little help from my two daughters). Very satisfied customer!!”

John used Dream Home Colonial Coast Oak in his living room renovation. He says, “Tore up the old carpet and put down the new laminate with the help of a friend. The whole project took a day and a half to fully finish. Easy to install, and the finished project looks great.”

Maggie updated her home using Dream Home Bronzed Brazilian Acacia. “This product installed beautifully and quickly! And we saved a ton of money because 1) the sales guys were super helpful in helping us pick out the right kind of flooring and 2) the guys that helped us made sure we knew how to install the floor and had the right tools to do so! I couldn’t be more pleased!”

Feeling ready to start your next DIY project with laminate? Stop by your local store to get tips from our flooring experts! Plus, shop installation tools here and laminate here!

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