Avoid floor sanding with laminate flooring

Pergo Laminate Flooring

Wood flooring requires maintenance to preserve its beauty in the long term, and sooner or later floor sanding will become a necessary evil. But there is a way you can have a floor that looks like wood but never requires sanding.

The feel of wood without floor sanding

Pergo laminate flooring is available in many different wood décor layers which reflect nature in the smallest detail. It is not only the décor layer in the laminate that creates an authentic impression of wood; it is also possible to have various surface textures, gloss levels and plank sizes, which further enhance the feeling.

Effects that enhance the feel of wood

You can get everything from Genuine Wood, where the lightly polished texture follows the wood grain in detail, to Genuine Sawcut, which is a realistic wood texture with saw mark effects, or Genuine Rustic, which has a roughly cut texture containing cracks and knotted or aged effects for an old-fashioned feel.

A variety of gloss levels is also available, from matt to high gloss, depending on what effect you want to achieve.

Our innovative and patented Natural Variation™ technology gives each plank a unique, randomly selected appearance and also makes your laminate wood floor look more natural.

Hard-wearing with no floor sanding involved

Your laminate floor will remain as beautiful as it was when you first bought it for many years to come, with no need for sanding. You do not even need to treat it with polish or wax – the coating is already strong and dirt-repellent. It is scratch-resistant, durable and hard-wearing. Pergo laminate flooring has the best warranty on the market of up to 33 years.

  • Wood floors require sanding to retain their beauty
  • Laminate flooring creates the feel of an authentic wood floor
  • With laminate flooring you avoid floor sanding
  • Laminate flooring is scratch-resistant, durable and hard-wearing for many years
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