Laminate flooring has been a fashionable option in Europe for more than 20 years, and it's rapidly gaining popularity in the United States. The most common designs have a wood grain appearance while some are made to look like stone or marble. Laminates are designed to look good for many years with a minimum amount of maintenance. Stop by our show room to view laminate samples or give us a call to schedule a free in-home appointment.
Laminate flooring consists of four main components that are bonded together. A wear-resistant decorative surface made of resin-based melamine/aluminum oxide is bonded to a moisture resistant wood composition-based core. A balancing backing is bonded to the underside of the core. On the top is a clear cap sheet of aluminum oxide, which provides the protection and stain resistance. Since the resin-filled wear layer is so dense, it becomes extremely difficult to stain, scratch or burn.
Pergo® glued products are constructed with a unique tongue-and-groove system called Dock Lock. Dock Lock ensures an easy and accurate installation. If you choose a Pergo glueless product, the Pergo Presto Uniclic™ and Pergo Express Smart Lock joints are a snap to put together. These glueless joints are guaranteed to remain secure.
Once installed, Pergo floors are a snap to clean. Pergo Original Planks, Pergo Select, and Pergo Preferred feature LusterGard™ Plus, a remarkable built-in scratch barrier that keeps your floor looking newer, longer.
These innovations and Pergo's exceptional warranty* against wear-through, staining and fading contribute to the success of Pergo. After all, Pergo has been rated #1 in durability and customer satisfaction year after year.Learn More
All Armstrong laminate floors are guaranteed for the life of their warranty not to wear through, stain or fade and will resist water damage from normal household spills and cleaning. Locking laminate floors are also guaranteed for the life of their warranty not to unlock.Learn More
The crafting of Formica Flooring traces its roots back to an Austrian sawmill in 1897. Along the course of the next 100-plus years, lessons were learned, techniques were perfected and new ways to turn wood into beautiful floors evolved.
In the late 1940's, woodworkers, engineers and machinists joined hands to give birth to the process that eventually would lead to Formica Flooring. Today, that perfected process provides homeowners with all the beauty of natural hardwoods and stones with many more advantages.Learn More