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Laminate Flooring Clyde

Do you like the look of timber but just can’t afford it? Well, we have a great option for you - laminate flooring. Essentially, laminate is an MDF or HDF board made to look like timber. This type of flooring is popular in Australian homes, and with good cause - it’s resilient, scratch-resistant, and easy to clean.

Also, it is easy to install and doesn’t even require the use of glue. It is installed using a click system and as long as you have a little experience you can do it yourself effectively. What’s more? These floors usually come with installation instructions. There is one thing you should know about our laminate flooring though - it doesn’t come with quads or trims. You will have to buy them separately. Our laminate flooring Clyde installers will help you to select the right floorings and install for you with affordable prices.


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Professional Laminate Flooring Supplier in Clyde

Truth be told, laminate floors are becoming more and more popular in Australia. This is due to advantages like:

  • They are durable and resistant to scratches, stains, impact, and fading due to exposure to sunlight
  • They are easy to install and you can do it yourself with a little handiness. You don’t even need to use glue
  • They are easy to clean and can survive on simple wiping. This makes them suitable for those with allergies
  • They are affordable and allow you to get a sophisticated look on a budget

Want to know how much timber flooring you will need? You can type in the measurements of your rooms into the Timber Flooring Calculator.


Looking for laminate flooring in Clyde?

Get a free quote today by calling 03 9701 5569 or 03 9761 7119 or visit our showrooms.

Suburb: Clyde

Clyde is a rural and residential district 48 km south-east of Melbourne and 6 km east of Cranbourne.

It was named after the Clyde Creek, a watercourse between two early pastoral runs. The stream flowed eastwards to the Koo Wee Rup Swamp about 6 km away. It is thought that the name was inspired by the Clyde River, Scotland.