Laminate flooring is highly resistant to scratches, dents, and stains, making it a good choice for high-traffic areas or households with pets and children. The top layer, known as the wear layer, is usually made of aluminium oxide or melamine resin, which enhances its durability by protecting the floor against scratches and damage.
When choosing laminate flooring, consider factors such as the AC (Abrasion Class) rating, which indicates the durability of the flooring for different levels of foot traffic. Higher AC ratings are recommended for areas with heavy foot traffic, such as commercial spaces.
Install laminate flooring throughout the entire home, from the front door, to the kitchen, through to the bathroom and laundry. You can have peace of mind with the water-resistant options available from Flooring Xtra. No need to worry about those wet feet (or paws!), and when the children decide to have water play indoors, you can mop up the water easily and efficiently without worrying about your floor.
Hard Flooring Care
As long as you follow our tips for preventative care and maintenance, your flooring should continue to look fabulous and should extend the life of your floor and wear well for many years to come.