Laminate wood flooring can represent many things, including the appearance of real wood. The upper layer of laminate flooring is a tough, hard wearing protective film, beneath which is a fine patterned film with layers of HDF below. The patterned film is extremely realistic (mimicking various materials) and huge pattern ranges are available.
Compared to other flooring types, laminate wood flooring is advantageous if users suffer from allergies (dust mites are unable to breed). It’s easier to clean than carpets and unlikely to stain.
In potentially damp rooms, bathrooms, shower rooms, kitchens etc. it’s possible to use moisture resistant laminate flooring.
A large range of wood and wood effect laminate flooring is available from Warwickshire Walls and Floors, portraying a high quality appearance similar to contemporary flooring.
Laminate wood flooring is also suitable for use in conjunction with a wide range of underlays, including areas where sound deadening is required and is also unaffected by underfloor heating.
It’s cost effective, easy to keep clean, resistant to damage and exceptionally durable, call Warwickshire Walls and Floors for a quote!