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What is a laminate floor?

composite product made up of at least four distinct layers.

Each of the layers is fused to provide a sheet from which boards are cut and edge profiled.

The construction is generally as follows: Surface or upper wear layer, Décor, design or decorative layer, Substrate or core layer, Backing or balancing layer.

also have the advantages of costing less and requiring less skill to install than alternative flooring materials. It is reasonably durable, hygienic (several brands contain an antimicrobial resin), and relatively easy to maintain.

What is the laminate floor made of?

Back Layer/balance layer; responsible for protecting the plank against moisture, and keep balancing of the floor.

Core Layer: above the back layer: Made by a durable, high-density board (HDF)that protects from indentations and moisture.

Design Layer: A high-resolution photograph of the floor’s surface appearance to simulates wood patterns.

Wear Layer: A transparent layer that is made of melamine resin that protects against fading, stains, and surface burns.