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Are you debating between laminate flooring and porcelain tiles for your kitchen? The main thing that may help you choose a decision is your budget. Laminate flooring is a more affordable option compared to porcelain tiles because there is less labor involved since laminate can be installed overtop of most existing floors unlike tile which requires a fresh subfloor.
Most laminate flooring designs imitate hardwood flooring which range in color from traditional oak to modern gray hues. You can choose this aesthetic while settling for a lower initial cost than harwood. Laminate flooring is also more durable and moisture resistant and is much more low-maintenance in terms of upkeep. If you find your kitchen to be bustling from activity, whether it’s from cooking, hosting, or the presence of pets, then laminate flooring may be a great alternative for your lifestyle.