Pros & Cons of Laminated Floors

Laminated wood flooring is a multi-layered synthetic material that is merged together through the process of lamination to resemble natural wood. This flooring is manufactured by fusing a photographic image of real wood onto the surface of the core made of HDF (high-density fibreboard), which is backed with a moisture-resistant bottom layer. Additionally, the laminated flooring is finished with a clear ‘wear layer’ on top, which works as a protective coating. If you are looking for a wooden look for your floors without getting real wood, here is what you need to know.


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