At Premier Floor Covering, we're all about functionality and modern trends. Come into our Grass Valley, CA showroom, and we will gladly chat about the endless advantages of laminate flooring. For homeowners who're looking for something ultra sleek in their entrance, you may be surprised to know that you can use this surfacing material for stairs, not only kitchens and living rooms. Curious about this all-the-rage flooring on stairs? Then read through our helpful list, and find out about the five top reasons you may go gaga for laminate flooring.

Easy Maintenance, Simple to Clean
While carpeting is cozy on stairs, it may not be so easy to clean with a vacuum. Enter these super modern floors that, when installed by a professional, are ridiculously simple to clean. With such easy maintenance, you'll no longer groan when it's time to tidy-up!

Ultra Durable, Built for Busy Households
If you have a busy household complete with running toddlers and scruffy pets, you'll need a truly durable surfacing material for your stairs. There's no need to worry about this type of floor, because it can handle the up-down-up-down of everyday life. In the unlikely event that a section gets damaged, it's easy to replace or fix.

Quick and Painless to Install
In love with the hardwood look, but not the solid wood price tag? Does the thought of sizing hardwood floors give you a headache? The great thing is, laminate flooring is simple to install, be it by a DIYer or expert installer.

Appealing and Affordable
Over the years, there has been a massive shift in surfacing material technological advances. Now, homeowners can get that exotic look of foreign hardwood species, without the over-the-top pricing. If you think you're getting an inferior product, that's definitely not the case. Instead, you're getting high-tech materials that are very long-lasting.

Show-Stopping Staircase
When you step back and take a look at your new stairs, you won't be able to tell they're not solid wood planks. That's because, when installed correctly, following the imprinted grain marks, this surfacing closely resembles the genuine wood species that inspired it.