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Laminate uses an image and impression of wood formed onto its surface to look and feel like natural hardwood. Because images are taken right from a natural hardwood and imprinted onto the laminate surface, this allows the option of any color, style, and finish desired available in the flooring industry.
Where you can use Laminate flooring
This product is simple to install and can go almost any moisture sensitive areas such as: bathrooms, kitchens and outdoor entrances. High traffic areas or pet prone areas, an entire main floor as well as Commercial spaces.
- Simple to Install
- Simple to Maintain
- Scratch and Dent resistant
- Economically priced
- Water resistant
- Does not need to be waxed
- Offer expensive wood grains at an economical price.
- Maintenance free
Laminate flooring technology
- Laminate flooring is composed with a core that is made up of a composite wood product most commonly, MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) or HDF ( High Density Fiberboard) this allows the laminate to hold up to moisture and be more durable than a natural hardwood surface.
- Laminate floors are impact, wear and stain resistant. They do not need to be waxed or polished. Cleaning up spills is simple as they are water resistant.
- Laminate floors are hypoallergenic, and are stain, fade, and moisture resistant.
- Laminates are available in a number of ratings based on their wear and resistance to determine if they will be better suited for residential or commercial spaces. The most common ratings are AC3 and AC4.
- AC3-rated for residential heavy traffic, and suitable for commercial light traffic areas.
- AC4-rated for commercial use with general traffic, this would be ideal for a residential and commercial space.