What’s the design of FERMA Laminate Flooring?

What’s the dimensions of FERMA FLOORING Laminate?

  • American Cherry, Size (5” x ½” x 48”)
  • Santos Mahogany, Size (5” x ½” x 48”)
  • Brazilian Cherry, Size ( 5 x ½” x 48”)
  • Brazilian Walnut, Size (5” x ½” x 48”)
  • Acacia Teak, Size ( 5” x ½” x 48”)
  • Tiger, Size (5 3/4” x ½” x 48”)
  • Auburn Hickory, Size (6 ½” x ½” x 48”)
  • Antique Checked Grey, Size (15 ¾” x ½” x 48”)
  • Wire Brushed Grey Oak, Size (6 ½” x ½” x 48”)
  • Wire Brushed Oceanside Oak, Size ( 6 ½” x ½” x 48”)
  • Wire Brushed Whitened Oak, Size ( 6 ½” x ½” x 48”)

How is Laminate Flooring Constructed?

The direct-pressure laminate technology used in FERMA laminated flooring is superior because the flooring plank is completely balanced. The weight and quality of materials and production pressures are identical on both the top and bottom of the board. This creates a perfectly stable product with no bowing or collapsing in the center.

  • High Performance Wear Layer: Durable protective surface resists scuffs, stains and fading.
  • Decorative Sheet: Provides a broad range of stunning visuals in both wood grain and natural tile looks.
  • Phenolic Treated Kraft Sheets: Helps provide additional impact resistance and sound deadening properties.
  • Penetrating Seam Sealant: Hot wax-oil emulsion treatment penetrates HDF fibers for long-term moisture protection.
  • Water-Resistant High Density Fiberboard: Provides improved structural integrity and additional moisture protection
  • Phenolic Treated Kraft Sheets: Helps provide additional impact resistance and sound deadening properties.
  • Balancing Layer: Made from the same HPL material as the flooring’s surface, the balancing layer helps keep flooring panels level and ensures a better installation.

 

How long can I expect my FERMA Flooring laminate flooring to last?

The average lifespan for laminate flooring is between 15 and 25 years, but it can vary from as short as 10 years to as long as 30 years. The difference in life expectancy depends on whether it was properly installed and the amount of traffic it receives. Improper maintenance, such as using harsh cleaners or failing to wipe up spills, can reduce the floor’s longevity. Laminate flooring does not last as long as hardwood flooring. It also cannot be sanded and refinished like wood. Once the top layer wears away, it must be replaced.

 

Reference: 

  • http://homeguides.sfgate.com/long-laminate-flooring-last-93773.html

 

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