Laminate Flooring: Laminate flooring is a synthetic product made by fusing several layers of materials together. The top layer is a high-resolution photographic image of wood, stone, or tile that is printed onto a layer of melamine resin. This layer is then bonded to a high-density fiberboard (HDF) core and a backing layer that provides stability and moisture resistance. Laminate flooring is known for its durability, affordability, and easy installation.
Cork Flooring: Cork flooring is made from the bark of the cork oak tree. The bark is harvested every 9-10 years without harming the tree, making cork flooring a sustainable and eco-friendly option. Cork flooring has a unique cellular structure that gives it a natural cushioning effect and makes it comfortable to walk on. It is also resistant to moisture, mold, and mildew. Cork flooring can be installed as tiles or planks, and it can be finished in a variety of colors and textures.
Multiple Layer Flooring: Multiple layer flooring, also known as engineered flooring, is made by bonding several layers of materials together. The top layer is a hardwood veneer, which is a thin slice of real hardwood. This layer is bonded to a core made of plywood or high-density fiberboard (HDF). The bottom layer is a backing layer that provides stability and moisture resistance. Multiple layer flooring is known for its durability, stability, and versatility. It can be installed as a floating floor or glued down, and it can be sanded and refinished multiple times.