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Find Laminate Flooring in North Carolina

Laminate is an affordable, easy to install, and stylish flooring option. It’s unique because it’s made using layers of wood composite layers with a decorative wood look layer toward the surface. This makes laminate water-repellent, durable, and affordable. At A & B Carpet One Floor & Home, we offer a top selection of laminate in a wide array of styles and colors, including white oak, hickory, maple, cherry, and other hardwood looks. Visit us at one of our showroom locations in Kitty Hawk or Buxton, North Carolina, or shop for laminate now!


Laminate vs. Hardwood

Laminate is available in wood look panels that mirror hardwood. At the surface of each laminate plank is a visual rendering of natural hardwood, including popular species like white oak, maple, birch, cherry, hickory, and more. Below are layers of compressed wood that lend the planks their strength and endurance. Laminate is easier to maintain, better at handling moisture, and more affordable than real hardwood flooring.


Laminate Installation

Installing laminate floors is simple and fast. Most products are available with a simple click-lock installation method that doesn’t require slow-drying adhesives. Click-lock floors usually “float” over the subfloor, and are easy to repair and replace. We also have glue-down laminate options, which are ideal in more high-traffic settings. Laminate is perfect for anywhere in your home, as well as light-use commercial businesses like downtown offices.


Our Laminate Selection

We carry a wide selection of the best laminate flooring in the area.  Enjoy distinctive hardwood looks that will make your space stand out. We carry 100% waterproof laminate options like our exclusive Mirror Lake™ collection. Stop by our showroom to view our current selection and talk with our experienced team about your home or office needs. 


Laminate for Life                                                                                                                         

Laminate Maintenance


Laminate requires minimal time and upkeep. Learn more about how to clean and maintain your new flooring properly.