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Why Choose Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring is a type of composite flooring made up of multiple layers of materials. It typically features a high-density fiberboard (HDF) core layer, which is covered by a printed layer and a protective layer made of either thin wood veneer or paper pulp. These layers are pressed together using heat and pressure to create a durable and cost-effective flooring material.

Compared to solid wood flooring and engineered wood flooring, laminate flooring has higher wear resistance and water resistance and is more affordable. It often simulates the appearance of real wood flooring and is also known as imitation wood flooring. Laminate flooring is easy to install, clean, and maintain, making it a popular choice for homes, commercial spaces, and public areas.


 Water Resistant

Made from environmental friendly materials

Easy to Install

Stunning Laminate Flooring

We believe that you can improve on nature. Wood is not waterproof, but our laminate floors are manufactured with our proprietary Triple Moisture ProtectionTM technology to make them water-resistant. They are uniquely engineered from three layers, using TMP technology so robust that they are practically impervious to water spills for up to 10 hours.

U.F.S. laminate floors are made from the highest quality HDF core with a lower-than-standard swelling rate of just 2% to 4% - compared to the industry standard of 8% to 10%. They are protected from below with super-durable, high-quality balancing paper, and a third layer of hot wax is applied to every part of the board to completely seal it. You can actually feel the difference in the quality of the wax we use by running your fingernail along the grooves.

Laminate Wood Floor
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