Please refer to the illustrations in the instructions included with the flooring, or download the installation instructions from this website.
The glueless click joint system makes it very easy for you to install Pergo Original Laminate on your own. Our patented click system, PerfectFold™ 3.0, offers three simple installation methods designed to enable even faster and easier installation. For more detailed information, see our installation instructions.
You can install Pergo laminate flooring throughout your home, except in bathrooms or other rooms with a floor drain. It is also great for installing on stairs, and in rooms with underfloor heating provided you follow specific instructions.
Laying laminate flooring around a round object, such as a pillar, may seem impossible, but it is actually quite simple if you know what to do. Read more.
Slanted walls can be a challenge when you’re installing your laminate flooring. These simple tips will make the task more easy. Read more.
Sensation laminate flooring is water resistant, but if you want the whole room to be waterproof, you have to seal the edges too. Read more.
For wood, laminate and even vinyl floors, the simple answer to this is no. However, if you dig deeper, our Technical department says that there is no easy answer for laminate or vinyl flooring. Read more.
Pergo flooring has a hard and compact surface layer that dirt and dust won’t easily stick to. All it takes to keep the floor clean is to vacuum or sweep the floor with a Pergo Mop. Occasionally use a damp Pergo cloth with a mild detergent. For floors with a matt finish, we recommend more regular cleaning using Pergo All round Floor Cleaner on the entire floor as dirt can stick more easily. Never wet mop a floor with bevelled edges as moisture can accumulate in the joints. Instead, use a slightly damp and carefully wrung out mop, making sure to wipe dry any water left in the joints. Complete cleaning instructions
Pergo’s guarantees are subject to local law and may therefore vary from country to country. For more detailed information regarding the Pergo guarantee in your country, ask your local retailer or call our customer care.
Laminate flooring consists of several layers of materials fused together through a lamination process. The inner core is usually made from a fibreboard with very high density called HDF (High Density Fibreboard). The decor consists of a printed paper that imitates the appearance of wood, stone or other materials. But even plainly coloured or patterned laminate floors are common. The top surface is reinforced with a wear layer of aluminium oxide, which is one of nature's hardest materials.
Pergo original laminate flooring is constructed in such a way as to provide high resistance against scratches, pressure, impact, dirt, sunlight and heat. In addition to the HDF core and the wear layer of aluminium oxide, our flooring is made with a variety of patented layers that help to create the world's most durable laminate flooring.
If you have any complaints about the floor please consult the store or installer from whom you purchased it.