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Which floor would you prefer? If you want something sturdy, adaptable, and incredibly attractive, laminate flooring is exactly what you need. In our collection of guides, we have compiled all the information you need to know about laminate flooring. We go through everything related to laminate flooring, including what it is, how to install it, how to maintain it, and other details.

Let's start by looking at the basics:

What is Laminate Flooring Made Of?

High-Density Fibreboard (HDF) is used to create laminate flooring, which is then coated with a high-definition photograph and given a durable melamine wear layer.

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Types of Laminate Flooring

There are numerous effects available for our laminate flooring. Tile, natural oak, and bevelled edge are common effects. Single plank and multi-strip laminates are examples of styles. The thickness ranges from 7 to 12 mm. Additionally, a wide variety of colours and natural tones, such as white, grey, brown, and black, are offered. As a result, you can be sure to locate the ideal fit for your house.

The Benefits of Laminate in Your Home

The wear layer shields this flooring from scratches and dents, the HDF is resistant to changes in temperature and moisture, and the photo can duplicate any flooring material. You can install laminate flooring in almost every room of the house thanks to this remarkable combination. Additionally, several laminate alternatives can be used with underfloor heating. Oh, and just to brag, it's also quite cheap.

Laminate AC Ratings

Do you want to know how long-lasting laminate flooring is? A scale from 1 to 5 is used to rate the AC rating of laminate flooring, which measures its toughness. Floors with an AC1-AC2 rating are better appropriate for home situations. Commercial locations benefit more from AC3-AC5. The greater AC rating you select, the more traffic your floor will see, and the longer it will survive. Each laminate flooring type's AC rating is listed on the product page.

What to Consider When Buying Laminate

  • How much use does your space receive? For locations with a lot of traffic, go for laminate with a high AC rating.
  • Quality:- Choose a laminate with a high thickness if you want it to last.
  • The size of your space:- wide planks and lighter hues like light, white, and grey will make a tiny room appear larger.
  • Interior design:- Make sure the colour and effect you choose matches your furniture and the walls.
  • Do you want the floors heated? Check each product page for our "compatible with underfloor heating" certification, however, the majority of laminate is appropriate for these types of heating systems.
  • Budget:- We have affordable laminate for everyone, depending of their budget.