Last week while I was away a small meteorite hit my house, breaking a window, passing through a laminate floor upstairs and shattering a ceramic tile in my kitchen floor downstairs before going into the basement and burying itself into a small impact crater downstairs in the slab. I can fix the window easily, have some spare tiles for the kitchen and can patch the ceiling and fill the crater with Quikrete, but the laminate is badly dimpled around the hole and the edges are burned. The hole is not that large; the meterorite was probably no bigger than a golf ball, but can the laminate be repaired? Should I simply make a patch from a spare board? I'm afraid it will look like a plug. Or can I cut the piece out and patch in another board? This is glue-down laminate; I am afraid if I pry up the board I will just make a mess. Any recommendations would be appreciated.