What types of edges are available for products within Pergo Laminate Wood Flooring?
Edge refers to the way the sides of laminate boards are cut. The type of edge will impact the look of the grooves between the laminate boards. The most common types of edges are beveled, pressed, micro-beveled and square. A beveled edge creates a noticeable groove on all sides of the plank, whereas a micro bevel edge, also known as a kissed edge, creates a much more refined groove. A pressed bevel surface offers a softer transition between the boards, and lastly, square edges provide the most seamless look between the planks. Within Pergo Laminate Wood Flooring, we carry 108 Pressed, 7 Beveled and 1 Square options. For more information on laminate flooring, check out Laminate Flooring Types.
What is the difference between laminate and vinyl flooring?
Both laminate and vinyl flooring are budget-friendly options for remodeling projects, but they do have a difference that may influence the choice. Laminate has a core made of wood fibers with a top layer of melamine plastic. Vinyl, on the other hand, is made entirely of synthetic material with a urethane top-coat. Both types of flooring do a decent job of mimicking natural wood, but laminate gives a more realistic look. As vinyl has no natural materials in core or top, it offers better resistance to heat and water. As far as durability is concerned, newer vinyl flooring offers supreme protection to wear and is suitable for commercial spaces. The price range for both types is usually similar but is still cheaper than solid or engineered hardwoods. We carry Pergo Laminate Wood Flooring from top brands with various features such as Antimicrobial, Scratch resistant and Noise resistant. Check out the best-selling product, the Outlast+ 5.23 in. W Applewood Waterproof Laminate Wood Flooring (13.74 sq. ft./case).
Is there a Applewood product available in Pergo Laminate Wood Flooring?