Laminate

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Introduction to Laminate Flooring

In 1977, Perstorp, a Swedish flooring company, invented laminate flooring. Laminate is often known as floating wood tile flooring. Laminates were previously Glued down to the surface until Darko Pervan, the creator of Välinge, devised the first mechanical locking mechanism in 1993, ushering in a laminate flooring revolution. Välinge and Alloc introduced the world’s first glue-free laminate. They also provided a locking system at the Domotex exhibition in 1996. The novel laminate includes soundproofing, making it suitable for high-rise structures. Waxed edge and underlay make laminate flooring more soundproof. Between 1996 and 2001, Darko Pervan refined and patented it.

What is Drop Click Locking?

It is the technique developed to make Laminate installation straightforward. A visual and audible locking feature secures Drop Click Locking. When we fold down the panel, we have to press a flexible plastic tongue into a tongue groove. As the board reaches its final position, the locking language pops out into a wedge groove, generating a “click” sound and fixing the object vertically.

What is the composition of laminate flooring?

Laminate flooring comprises numerous layers bonded together using intense heat and pressure.

– Cork or foam underlayment can be used. It serves as a vapor barrier, absorbs impact, evens out surface flaws, and transports moisture away from the flooring’s bottom layer.

– The foundation and water resistance are provided by the bottom layer, a melamine or paper backer.

– The core layer is the most significant and most prominent flooring component. Laminate is of MDF (medium density fiberboard) or HDF (high-density fiberboard).

– Laminate has a high-resolution 3D pattern of the genuine natural wood grain.

– The top coat or wear layer of made of aluminum oxide powder, melamine, and urethane.

Laminate Floors are the low-cost, high-performance alternative for bringing hard flooring into your home or workplace, but no flooring is without critical concerns. If you’re considering installing new hard flooring in your house, keep reading for more information.

Why Laminate Floors?

  1.  Laminate floors are incredibly durable – Laminate has a thick external layer and resin coating to preserve it. Laminate flooring is much harder, scratch-resistant, impact-resistant, and longer lasting than any hardwood, vinyl, or carpet. It is resistant to dogs, cats, toddlers, and even high heels.
  2. Laminate floors are stain-free and moisture resistant – Most laminate flooring manufacturers provide significant warranty protection against stains, fading, and moisture damage. Our design laminate comes with a 20-year guarantee.
  3. Laminate floors are easy to clean – Laminate surfaces have a superior stain and moisture resistant surface coating. Laminate flooring is simple to clean and maintain, making spills and other mishaps a breeze. This one-of-a-kind surface does not require waxes or varnishes to keep its luster.
  4. Laminate floors are affordable – Laminate flooring is less expensive, unlike other hard surface floors. Laminate is the best choice in terms of durability and longevity.
  5. Laminate floors come in various styles – While many laminate floors look like hardwood or stone, the possibilities for new styles and colors are limitless. You may match the foundation to your house’s exact mood and style with multiple color tones and patterns, rich and elegant or cool and contemporary. Our designs in laminate floors come in over 14 colors, exhibiting excellent realism and artistry to our clients.
  6. Laminate floors are easy to install – Laminate floors are the type of floating floors that frequently include a simple lock-together mechanism. Laminate floors are reasonably simple to operate, allowing for DIY installation.

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