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If you are looking for the how-to on installing Columbia laminate flooring, then you should go online to the Columbia Flooring website, which gives information on the installation.

Yes wood laminate flooring is relatively cheap. Depending on brand and style its very cost effective and looks great.

You should be able to find laminate flooring anywhere from $0.75 per sf to $4.00 per sf depending on the thickness, brand and whether the underlayment is attached.

Armstrong is a very famous brand in laminate flooring. Armstrong offers different laminates at different prices. For laminates the prices are between 6$ - 7$ per square foot.

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Some of the high quality brands of laminate flooring include Pergo, Wilsonarts, Formica Ceramix, Mannington, BHK Uniclic and Alloc. It should be noted that there are cheaper, less high quality versions of each brand so you will need to research them more thoroughly before choosing one.

I Believe you mean PERGO, which is a brand name of laminate flooring. For the life of me I cannot say that I've ever seen prego flooring, but I am pretty comfortable in saying that if it happens to exist, that a steam cleaner should not be used on either of the two.

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Bruce hardwood, owned by Triangle Pacific and Armstrong is one of the best brand for hardwood flooring. Pergo is another good brand.

Yes, Quick-Step brand flooring is easy to install.They specialize in flooring options which are easy to install individually and there are videos available to see their installation procedure.

My experience tells me that brand flooring supplies and store flooring supplies have similar quality. The only difference I would mention is the price. The supplies bought in stores can be cheaper than the ones with a brand name.

It depends on what brand of flooring you choose. The prices in each vary. So you have too look at teh quality o the flooring and the prices.

Laminate is very sturdy. I have successfully cleaned almost everything off of laminate by using furniture stripper, and a razor blade. Citrustrip is a brand that is enviromentally friendly and smells good.

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Duraceramic is not an actual term but a brand name for a specific type of tile flooring. It is implied that the DuraCeramic brand is longer lasting than comparable tile flooring options.

Bamboo flooring in general is very easy to clean, and the Strand brand is no exception.

Be careful with this one. If it is thin-laminate wood flooring, you should NOT remove the coating. Check with someone first. If its solid wood, get a decent brand of liquid stripper from the hardware store, follow all instructions and you should do just fine.

That is a question that you will get a lot of different opinions on. I'm going to assume that by Pergo you mean all laminates since Pergo is just one of the brands. The advantages of laminate are that it is inexpensive both to purchase and install, it is a floating float and very easy to clean. The disadvantage of laminate is that on most of them you are definitely able to see the fact that they are not real, with large sun exposure the colors can fade and it makes a hollow thudding sound as you walk on it. If you meant Pergo as a brand, they are a pretty good company but tend to be a little more expensive than others.

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One can purchase the Skywatcher brand of telescopes on the online store, such as Amazon or eBay. You can also go to their website to purchase the Skywatcher brand of telescopes.

We would need to know t0 brand of floor to answer this. Many of the floors I install cost almost that much just for materials. On the other hand I have seen floors as cheap as $1 (not that I would want one in my house).

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