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Looking to buy a laminate flooring? Learn about the features that affect the price of your laminate.
Laminate is an affordable and high quality alternative to parquet. Visually, the material is able to replace not only parquet, but also marble or ceramic tiles - modern manufacturers create colors and textures with the most accurate imitation. What is a laminate in terms of composition?

It is based on three layers:

Protective.

Single or high strength multi-layer film, acrylic resin or melamine. It protects the decorative layer from moisture, dirt, abrasion, UV radiation and chemicals in cleaning products. The price and quality of the laminate depends largely on this layer.

Decorative.

Paper or furniture foil with a special impregnation and with a printed pattern that imitates the desired material.

Stabilizing.

It is a high-density fiberboard that is stiff and durable. It withstands moisture and retains geometric parameters.

Now it is a reliable floor covering of several strength classes, which is easy to install - you don't even need to have special skills for this. Unlike linoleum, laminate flooring is environmentally friendly and easy to maintain. Modern branded laminate does not scratch even from furniture legs and does not fade over time. The service life of quality samples is up to 25 years.

Key benefits of laminate flooring.

Laminate is a popular flooring that perfectly imitates parquet and other surfaces. Now the production of this material is very developed, and it is given an advantage when choosing a floor covering in a home or in an office. The advantages of laminate flooring from modern manufacturers really inspire confidence in quality and durability.

The price of the laminate is fully justified
The main advantage is resistance to abrasion and stress. But the surface does not form dents, no traces of furniture remain on it. Even with high traffic volumes around the room, the high-end coating will not scratch or tarnish.

Other benefits:

Environmental friendliness - no toxic and poisonous substances in the composition;
Safety - the laminate is hypoallergenic, does not accumulate dirt and microorganisms;
Simple installation on floors with any surface (concrete, wood, "warm floor" system);
Service life 10-25 years (depending on the class).
The advantages of laminate flooring include resistance to temperature effects.

Laminate maintenance: cleaning and prolongation of use
Laminate is not only reliable and affordable, but also not capricious in terms of cleaning. Laminate maintenance is simple: just do regular dry cleaning and wipe the surface with a slightly damp cloth. The main thing is to use special detergents for the laminate that do not contain wax and oils. Important tips for general care and preservation:
In places where strong pollution is potentially possible (for example, at the entrances to a room), it is better to lay dirt-trapping rugs;
It is better to protect furniture legs with felt pads. Failure to do so will void the manufacturer's warranty on the laminate;
If the furniture is on casters, they should be rubber marking W. If the legs are plastic, place a special silicone mat under them.
The laminate is waterproof, but it is better to avoid long accumulation of water on its surface. Therefore, you need to be careful with vases and flower pots on the floor. When wet cleaning, do not use soap solutions and cheap concentrates - they are difficult to wash off, and they gradually destroy the protective layer of the floor. It is better to use the products recommended by the manufacturers.
Choosing a laminate by class
In total, there are six classes of this flooring: from 21 to 23, from 31 to 33. The class is the level of resistance of the material to mechanical stress. In fact, it is an indicator of the density and quality of the base layer. It is better not to buy laminate below the 31st grade. For rooms with high traffic, hallways, kitchens and offices, it is better to choose class 33.
Thickness:
Laminate boards have a thickness of 6-12 mm. The most common 8mm version - it makes no sense to buy thinner. The strength of the tool joints, resistance to loads and the level of sound absorption depend on the thickness.
Density
The minimum allowable density is 850 kg / cu. m. The class of the laminate depends on the density.

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