What Laminating Wood Floor is Made of


A. Highly anti-abrasive protective overlay

B. Melamine impregnated decorative film

C. CoreGuard® - Super Water Resistant high density       hardwood fibre board (HDF)
     

D. Balancing film for dimensional stability

E. State-of-the-art interlocking system

F. Waxguard+ - For speedier installation & prevention of     creaking noises
    

G. SilenPro - Optional Sound-Absorbing layer
     


Laminate Flooring is a synthetic material mixed with natural elements to mimic the grain and feel of real wood. Because it is synthetic, laminate flooring tends to be a cheaper alternative to authentic wood flooring. It has been widely accepted as an alternative flooring type in Europe for over two decades and is acclaimed for its durability, easy installation, and attractiveness.

How the Laminate Flooring Layers Are Formed

The four layers of laminate flooring are moulded together by pressure and heat. There are two ways of fusing laminate flooring layers. The Direct Pressure Laminate (DPL) method is done by pressing and heating all four layers at once, creating a strong bond. The DPL method is the traditional and less expensive way of forging laminate floor layers. The other method is the High Pressure Laminate (HPL). This method handles the surface layer and backing separately, which are joined to the core by applying heat and pressure. The HPL method is a fairly new method and is used to forge premium laminate flooring brands.

  • Easy to clean surface
  • Superior stain resistance
  • Superior fade resistance
  • Install in/on all grade levels, even below grade
  • Install over many different types of subfloors
  • Great impact and indentation resistance
  • Exceptional realism at affordable costs
  • Easy to replace later on, if desired

We invite you to investigate the other laminate sections to get and learn if durable, versatile and cost-efficient laminate flooring is the answer for your home.

Available Floor Layers