Hard surface flooring utilizing a fiberboard core and Melamine wear layer, that is available in blocks, planks, and squares and can be installed as individual units.
A rigid floor covering with a surface layer consisting of one or more thin sheets of a fibrous material (usually paper), impregnated with aminoplastic thermosetting resins (usually melamine). These sheets are either pressed as such (HPL or CPL, Compact), and in the case of HPL or CPL bonded on a substrate, or in the case of DPL directly pressed on a substrate. The product is normally finished with a backing primarily used as a balancing material. Its performance values are set by the NALFA Standard.
Flooring made with a dense fiberboard core and a decorative paper pattern layer on the top, then sealed under high pressure with a very durable clear coating. Made in enough visual styles to suit any taste, such as wood, stone, ceramic tile and others. Long lasting and affordable, laminate flooring is surging in popularity.
A variety of manufactured flooring which consists of several layers that make up it's contruction. One or more thin sheets of a fibrous material (usually paper), typically impregnated with melamine, serves as its decor layer. These sheets are either pressed or bonded on a substrate or, in the case of Direct Pressure Laminate, directly pressed on a substrate. The product is normally finished with a backing used as a balancing material, with a fiberboard core layer in between. Its performance values are set by its abrasion class (AC) rating.
Available in panels or planks, this is a floor covering designed to look like stone, tile or wood. Made with a under layer of dense fiberboard with a paper covering, sealed together with a plastic substance under pressure.
Relatively new to North America, laminates have a dense fiberboard core with a paper pattern layer sealed under high pressure both top and bottom with a plastic-like substance. Sold as planks and panels in wood, stone, tile and other looks.
Dense fiberboard core with a paper pattern layer sealed under high pressure with a plastic-like substance. Sold as planks and panels in which the paper layer depicts a natural flooring such as wood or stone.
A laminate floor is a composite floor with either a chipboard or HDF core that is bonded to a film of wood-effect veneer and covered with a laminated surface.
a hard surface flooring that incorporates a melamine wearlayer, a print layer, an inner core material, and a backing that are fused together to form a rectangular plank or squares with an interlocking tongue and groove system. Offered are laminate floors that are beautiful replicas of real hardwood and ceramic tile patterns.
Laminate flooring is a laminate flooring material made to look like natural products such as wood flooring or natural stone, yet are made up of either synthetic materials (usually melamine resin) or of synthetic materials combined with natural and recycled ingredients and covered with an attached decorative applique including an aluminum oxide finish. Laminate floors are usually much less expensive than wood or natural stone flooring material, and is a reasonable solution for a do-it-yourself homeowner to install. Most unique to laminate flooring is its monolithic function once each plank or tile is clicked into one another, without the use of glue, staples, nails, or cementitious compounds.