Newcastle’s laminate flooring supplier
Floating laminate flooring is an affordable alternative to real timber flooring. Its scratch resistant, qualities and affordability set it apart from a real timber floor and is certain to endure busy household foot traffic.
The latest in technology provides the authentic look of the Australian timber species through to the stunning European Oak timber look.
what is laminate?
1. A transparent, wear-resistant overlay
This top layer makes your laminate floor resistant to stains, wear, impact, scratches, burns and household chemicals. It consists of several melamine layers that are pressed onto the HDF core board in a press, under high pressure and temperature.
2. A design layer
This is the layer that defines the actual look of your floor. The design layer is a very high resolution photo of real wood that is reproduced with highly sophisticated printing techniques and finished with melamine resin. The combination of perfect design and surface structure makes the wood or tile imitation look extremely real and natural.
3. A moisture resistant glued HDF core board
This HDF core board is the heart of a laminate floor. HDF means ‘High Density Fibre Board’. It consists of refined wood fibres and high quality melamine resin. It is a re-composed wood-fibre board which allows using all part of the tree. The board is very homogenous in composition and technical characteristics. It is extremely durable, stable and moisture resistant.
4. A balancing layer
This moisture-resistant backing layer guarantees a perfectly balanced board that will not cup or bow when properly installed and maintained.