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Does Low Price Mean Low Quality?

Does Low Price Mean Low Quality?

Dear Bob and Betsy,
I was looking for laminate flooring and noticed your pricing is really low. Should I be worried about quality? With the recent CARB2 and laminate flooring concerns, I want to make sure I am getting a quality product.
– Shelly M.

Dear Shelly,

We can definitely understand that you are worried about getting quality flooring for a low price. With the recent Lumber Liquidator’s scandal of poor quality, Chinese-made flooring, there is a lot of low-price fear circulating. However, with Bestlaminate, you don’t need to worry! Let us explain why our low price has no effect on the quality of flooring you are receiving!

We Are Self-Financed

What we mean by self-financing is that we generate our own income that keeps our business growing. We do not receive funds from investors, lenders, or any third party companies that expect anything from us. This helps keeps our company contained and we don’t need to worry about anything other than making our customers happy!

We Directly Import From Manufacturers

For a lot of our flooring selection, there is no middle person from which we purchase our flooring. We import flooring directly from the manufacturer, so we know we are providing a quality product for our customers. We know exactly where our flooring comes from, so there are no questions about quality. This also helps keep our prices low! If you have any questions about your flooring that you’re looking to purchase, feel free to call a representative at 1-800-520-0961 and ask!

We Purchase Special Buys

We try to do a lot of the leg work for you. This means, we carefully cultivate our collection of flooring. We look for quality and the best price, so we can provide this for you. If we get our flooring for a good price, this means we can offer flooring at a better price for our customers. We believe in a 100% satisfaction guarantee for our customers and this is one way we provide this for you!

Still Not Convinced? Read Our Reviews!

We’ve explained that we’re self-financed, directly import a majority of our products, and purchase special buys to keep prices low. All of these elements combined helps us create no direct correlation of quality flooring with lower prices. But don’t take our word for it! Just read one of our customer reviews!

I must admit we were skeptical of the quality when we saw the price of the laminate that we wanted. We had looked around and it was much more expensive at other places. We were nervous about purchasing it online, but went ahead and gave it a try, because it was so much cheaper from Bestlaminate. We couldn’t be happier! Truly the best customer service ever and such quick turnaround! We got our laminate within a week! They called to make sure we were happy with it and when one of the boxes was damaged by UPS they immediately did everything possible to make it right to our complete satisfaction. We will always recommend Bestlaminate to anyone who asks!” – Erin A.

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  1. Hi
    I want to change tiles in my foyer and mud room that are connected.i have ceramic tiles rite now is there any way If I don’t remove those ceramic tiles and put another tile or hardwood on top of it.

    • Ashley Arndt

      Hi Gaurav! The short answer to your question is yes, you can install a hardwood over ceramic tile, but you must be careful and mindful of a few things before installing. I recommend reading this articleon installing hardwoods over ceramic tile. It has a comprehensive checklist of things you need to take into account before you can install a hardwood over a ceramic tile.

      The same goes for installing a ceramic tile over the existing ceramic tile. The installation of the tile would be different, of course. And if you so decide, you can install laminate and vinyl flooring over ceramic tile as well! If you need further help, please feel free to call us at 1-800-520-0961 for any help in your installation or ordering process!

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