Types of Underlayment for Laminate Flooring

by Rodo Mailio Its All About Something Great

When you are looking for the best padding for laminate flooring, you have to see what kind of or what type of it you need that suits your floors and sub floors. There are different kinds of under padding for laminate flooring.

And if this is your first time in deciding which one is best for you, you are reading the right article, because here, we will tell you about the types and their advantages. So, there three types:







This is the cheapest type of underlayment and it comes in a variety of thickness from 1/8 inches to 1/4 inches. This padding comes in rolls and different lengths and widths.

The advantage of this underlayment is that it is cheap and you can install it yourself.



As obvious from the name it is made up of bark of cork trees. The best quality comes from Portugal. Their thickness is available in 3 millimeters to 6 millimeters.

The advantage of this underlayment is that it makes the floor the soundproof meaning to say that it absorbs all kinds of noise. This kind of underlayment also provides good insulation which means that it will keep the house warm.

For people who love all-natural, this can be their ecological choice but this doesn’t mean that the trees are harmed. Also, it is very durable.



This is said to be the most expensive but the best in the fields of the underlayment. Its thickness is 3 millimeters and is heavier and more comfortable providing them cork and foam combined.

The advantage of this underlayment is that it provides and generates extra heat in the house and it absorbs extra sound. People who have installed it, say that it gives the feeling of cushiness. You can easily find such laminate flooring padding in Jacksonville

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