Pergo Laminate Collections
Pergo laminate is available in eye-catching collections and features durable construction for longevity and resistance. Choose from a variety of colors and styles – pictured is Pergo’s TimberCraft™collection (in Harbor View Oak) which is a laminate flooring that mimics the look of authentic hardwood with knots, graining and other characteristics. Pergo laminate is constructed from four layers to ensure it withstands the demands of any household. The topmost layer is the PermaMax™ wear layer, which offers superior scratch and scuff resistance. Then its Design Layer, which is available in a wide range of natural wood, stone and ceramic looks, and Premium HDF Core Board, featuring patented click-joints and a core of high-density fiber board that allow for easy installation and provide stability and dent-resistance. Finally, the last layer is called the Balance layer, which gives Pergo laminate stability and helps prevent bowing or collapsing.
Pergo Waterproof Laminate
Select Pergo laminate floors feature complete waterproof protection that withstands splashes, spills, and pet accidents for maximum durability. Pergo waterproof laminate flooring is constructed with three elements that ensure the protection of its core – a hydrophobic coating that repels water called Hydroseal™, a glueless locking system called Uniclic® and pressed beveled edges that protect from moisture called GenuEdge®. Pergo waterproof laminate collections include Pergo® TimberCraft™ +WetProtect, Pergo Outlast+ with Revolutionary SpillProtect, and Pergo Portfolio +WetProtect. Pictured is Pergo® TimberCraft™ +WetProtect in Brier Creek Oak which offers lifetime waterproof protection.
Pergo Hardwood Collections
Pergo offers an engineered hardwood and a solid hardwood collection. Pergo Max® engineered hardwood features a supportive core and layers of real hardwood finished with beautiful stains and stylish textures. Compared to solid hardwood, Pergo engineered hardwood options are more resistant to moisture and humidity which makes it ideal for any floor in your home. This option is also great for DIY installation thanks to its SecureLock® Technology with click-together joints. Pergo® American Era™ solid hardwood collection (pictured in Chocolate Oak) is also a durable choice that features ¾” solid wood planks up to 5” wide. Both options feature Pergo’s UltimateShield™Technology finish for resistance to scuffs, micro-scratches and stains.
Pergo Flooring Installation
Pergo flooring colors, styles and designs are as versatile and beautiful as they are durable and made to last. Pergo flooring is easy to install which make their products ideal for DIY installations. Pergo’s innovative locking system allows for quicker installation and superior joint strength to ensure your flooring renovation project is hassle-free and your floors stay looking great for years to come. Pergo products also come with some of the best warranties in the industry so that your floor’s beauty can last a lifetime. Pergo flooring makes for a great addition to any space and can bring your interior design to life!
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