Laminate flooring is a popular choice for residential and commercial spaces due to its durability, accessibility and ease of installation. Here are the main characteristics and components of the laminate.
Birth. The laminate floor consists of several layers that merge during the lamination process.
Protective layer: which protects against scratches, stains and discoloration.
Decorative layer. A high-resolution photo of wood, stone or other natural materials that gives the laminate its appearance.
The key layer. It consists of high density fiber (HDF), which gives the laminate stability and durability.
The base layer. A moisture-resistant layer that gives stability and protects against deformation.
The main advantages of laminate include.
Easy to install․
Low maintenance costs․
Although laminate has many advantages, it is important to note that it may not have the same appearance and feel of natural wood as natural wood or stone. However, advances in technology have improved the realism of laminate flooring, making it popular in many apartments and public places.