Laminate flooring usage has grown in the United States due to the increased level of durability and the low level of
maintenance.   Laminate floors have been engineered with layered construction and a high-pressure suface, making it
scuff, scratch and burn-resistant.   Maintenance involves only a vacuum and a damp cloth.  Being a non-porous surface it
is also hypo-allergenic.  Laminate can be installed almost anywhere in the home including dry concrete slabs and wooden
subfloors.  It has a low clearance which makes ideal for use in remodeling older homes where floor thicknesses can be an

Due to the advancements in technology, laminates can be made to look like real wood, stone, and ceramic tile.   They are
also extremely resistant to wear, stains or fading.   With so many choices, we're certain we can find just what you're
looking for.
Our Stock Laminate
Early's Carpet, Inc. stocks several different laminates in the most popular shades.  We are proud to say we have a Pergo
endorsed installer!
Laminate floors are very easy to care for.  Sweep or vacuum regularly, being sure to use the hardsurface attachment of
your vacuum.  The beater bar or power brush on vacuums can scratch the laminate finish.  All you need for spot cleaning
is the manufacturer-recommended laminate cleaner and a clean mop or soft cloth.  Just a spritz of cleaner and a quick
wipe with the cloth has your floor shining again!  When using a dust mop, be sure it is clean and free of any polishes or
cleaners.  Dust mop the floor as you would any other but be sure to thoroughly shake out the mop after each use.  When
damp mopping you should use a cotton or cloth mop and clear, warm water.  For heavy cleaning you can use a solution
of 1 cup household white vinegar to 1 gallon of warm water or 1/2 cup household ammonia to 1 gallon of warm water.  
Make sure the mop is only slightly damp to avoid leaving water marks behind.  We DO NOT recommend sponge mops as
they cause streaking.  Remember, DO NOT use soap or detergent based, wax based or abrasive cleaners.  Soaps and
waxes leave a filmy residue and abrasive cleaners can scratch the laminate finish of your floor.  Keep in mind that you
may want to use felt floor protectors on your furniture to prevent scratching.
Figured Amendoim
Hudson Oak
Light Maple
Maple Antique
Mosaic Slate
Nocello Walnut
Northampton Oak
Savannah Oak
Valhalla Birch
Armstrong Laminate Display