Why Choose Oak-Look Laminate Flooring?
Oak-look laminate flooring mimics the look of natural oak hardwood flooring. Laminate pieces click together easily, and are less labor-intensive to install than the real thing. Because of this, oak-look laminate floors are typically less expensive than real oak hardwood flooring.
The quality of the laminate partially has to do with the photography and the number of photographs per style, also known as screens. When manufacturers emulate a natural hardwood like oak, they try to recreate the variation in color, pattern, and texture resulting from cutting a natural product. The more screens a product has, the more variation it can offer, and the more authentic the laminate will look.
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