But it is not only these benefits that are attracting more people to this type of laminate flooring, it is the authentic timber look that has seen it rise so sharply in popularity. The boards have a unique, natural appearance, complete with knots and lines that are indistinguishable from real timber. “Even a flooring expert would be hard pressed to tell the difference between this flooring and solid timber planks,” David says.
It’s particularly useful for situations where children or pets are involved too because of its abrasion and scratch resistance, but also because it won’t absorb stains and is resistant to impacts. “Suitable for wet areas due its high level of water resistance, it doesn’t fade either, which makes it ideal for hard wearing applications.”
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