Laminate Floor For Wholesales and normal series

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Size: 1218x240mm,1218x198mm
Thickness: 7mm 8mm 10mm 10.5mm 12mm

Size: 1218x240mm,1218x198mm
Thickness: 7mm 8mm 10mm 10.5mm 12mm

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Product Description

Surface Wood-grain Embossed
Abrasion Class :ac1/ac2/ac3/ac4
Core Type Hdf
Product Features: Wide Plank
Installation: Click Together - Underlay Attached
Commercial Warranty:3 Year Light

Residential Warranty:20 Year
Tsca Title Vi Compliant
Ca Section 01350 Compliant
Greenguard Gold Certified
Pattern Repeat: 12 With Board Rotation


Product Description

laminate flooring is a composite flooring material. It’s composed of multiple layers, it’s been around for about 50 years, and it’s designed to add style and value to your home while withstanding wear and tear. Most often, it’s designed to look like wood (but not always).

But that’s really just the tip of the iceberg. These days, there are tons of different kinds of laminate flooring—each with its own unique pros and cons. And while it’s often written off due to its comparatively low price point and formerly-artificial appearance (xoxo the 1980s), laminate flooring has really come into its own as a strong, attractive, economical, and low-maintenance type of flooring.

Below, we’re going to give you the 411 on all things laminate. We’ll talk about what laminate is made of, laminate flooring’s price, its durability, where you can install it, how to install it, and even some pros and cons.

What is Laminate Flooring Made of ?

Broadly speaking, laminate flooring is composed of three layers. From the bottom, they are:

A dense core or base layer of plywood or high-density fiberboard to give the material strength and stability. This base is the same one used in many of the best engineered wood flooring products.

A high-resolution, photo-realistic image layer. Again, this image layer usually mimics wood—but you can find stone-look and even metal-look variants.

A protective wear layer to provide hardness and protection. This layer is extremely tough, making laminate one of the most durable flooring options around.

Where Can You Install Laminate Flooring?

Laminate is great for hallways, entryways, dining rooms, and living rooms (because its super-durable wear layer means it can stand up to heavy foot traffic and scratches). But its excellent visuals also make it totally suitable for bedrooms, family rooms, and even kitchens in some cases.

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