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Welcome to Bestlaminate’s Blog!

Bestlaminate is a family owned business that began its journey in a local garage around Cleveland, Ohio. Let us tell you more about Bestlaminate. We have grown into a national flooring distributor that provides affordable prices on quality named laminate brands just for you! Since 2005, we have been a BBB accredited business with an A+ rating.

Bestlaminate is here to offer DIY project instructions and ideas to help improve your home appearance.  We understands that home remodeling can be expensive and a lot of work.  With our ideas and instructions we work to make home improvement more affordable and easier for you. We offer ideas on how to limit the cost for remodeling including  step-by-step installation instructions for a wide variety of flooring products , ideas on how to create a new look without changing the entire space, and how to maintain your project after completion to maximize its life.

We are here to inspire you.

You can transform your home in just one weekend and create very unique space that is totally yours and represent your taste and style. Your flooring possibilities go from Beech to Mahogany, and from the family room to bathroom. All with the high style and low maintenance you expect from laminate to vinyl flooring. Find your inspiration; simply browse our articles about home decorating. Or narrow your search and read all blog posts related specific room. It’s so simple.

Watch room transformation from Parker Deamer, Bestlaminate’s customer. He did really great job, and his home looks just awesome. Great job Dreamer Family!

Bestlaminate’s blog is dedicated to you by making the home improvement process easier and more affordable. Bestlaminate comes to the floor with you by providing DIY installation instructions which guide you step by step, saving you time and money. Bestlaminate’s writes for you! We’ll talk about branded laminates, their reviews, inspiring ideas, and much more!

With providing details in wide variety of home improvement projects, Bestlaminate hopes to make your home remodeling and maintaining a more positive experience.


  1. re: “if you are working with sturdy low pile carpeting, you can install laminate on top of it. Think of carpet you would see in most hotel rooms, bus and airplane aisle ways, and other commercial spaces. As long as it is flat and in good condition, your laminate will install well on top. No underlayment is needed in this type of installation. Be sure that the carpeting is less than ¼ inch high. If a carpet pile is too high, there may not be enough stability to float your floors. Think of the plush carpet found in most residential homes in bedrooms and living rooms. These carpets should never have laminate flooring installed on top of them.”

    ok,so if installing on flat thin well adhered carpet,what products might you recommend for light institutional use with decent wear layer but not too thick because transition from area carpeted now to be replaced,waiting room and multiple hallways,has flat transition to vinlyl flooring rooms now,would like to avoid big trip-able transition bar or whatever. thanks great website prices fair specs boldly shown

    • Alana Kane

      Hi Nathan, thanks for the question! Do you have a particular color or style in mind? Any laminate with an AC4 or above will be able to withstand commercial traffic. I would recommend checking out our Kronoswiss brand floors, as there are several that are 8mm and AC4 rated. You could also do a WPC vinyl, that is a little less thick, but is durable and waterproof. Here are two brand options: Anchor; Feather Lodge, COREtec. Let us know if you have any additional questions!

  2. Hey looking for Mohawk sunbury hickory laminate flooring?

  3. I’m concerned about off gassing, VOC, formaldehyde and phthalates. do you have vinyl flooring that is safer? I’m considering installing in a florida room with No AC so it can get really hot in the room in the summer. (I’m originally from Cleveland!)

    • Alana Kane

      Hi Pam! Thanks for the question. With vinyl flooring, you do not need to worry about the same air concerns brought up by laminate flooring. Vinyl is it’s own category of flooring material. For your application, we would recommend checking out a COREtec floor that has limited expansion/contracting in temperature changes. Each COREtec floor has be Green Guard certified by UL for air quality and emissions. You can find the COREtec floors here: Each floor has a link to their Green Guard certificate as well. Let us know if you have any other questions!

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