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What Are Laminate Floors? Private

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Once installed mainly as a type of economy flooring, Laminate Flooring still firmly holds its place as inexpensive, functional flooring. But they have even moved into higher-end homes that once would have installed nothing but solid hardwood or engineered wood flooring. Laminate floors look better, perform better, and feel better underfoot than ever before. All of this popularity may beg the question: What are laminate floors in the first place?

Basics of Laminate Floors

Laminate floors are a hybrid floor covering consisting of a particleboard wood base topped by an image layer and a transparent wear layer. Laminate floors are a popular type of floor covering for homes' living areas, kitchens, dining areas, bedrooms, hallways, and other areas that are not subject to excessive moisture. HDF Laminate Flooring was invented in 1977 by the Swedish company Perstorp. This firm landed on the idea of using up waste wood projects by subjecting those products to intensely high pressure, heat, and binding chemicals, then turning the result into usable floor coverings. Since that time, many other manufacturers such as Dupont, Mannington, Armstrong, and Shaw now make laminate floors.

  • Wear Layer: MDF Laminate Flooring is a surface layer of two thin sheets of paper impregnated with melamine. This top-most surface layer is a hard transparent type of plastic sheet that is impervious to dogs, chairs, high heels, and other common damaging elements.

What Is Vinyl Flooring?

Vinyl Flooring is a type of synthetic flooring that provides great benefits and it is extremely versatile. It is somewhat similar bares similarities to linoleum flooring and is considered one of the most popular choices in wet areas such as bathrooms and cooking areas.

1. Tuff Shield technology.

Vinyl SPC Flooring has a top layer of protection formed by Tuff Shield technology. This technology serves to safeguard the vinyl floor and allow it to resistant to scratches. This contributes to the vinyl flooring’s durability and allows it to maintain its longevity for a long time