Acclimation: The accustomization of laminates in a new setting.
Backing: It is the solidifying bottom layer of the laminate flooring that prevents moisture.
Floating Floor: It is a system in which there is an underlayment padded between the laminate and subfloor.
Melamine Resin: A sticky material used to increase the durability of the core board of laminate flooring.
Peaking: A narrow mark where the laminate tiles join.
Reducer Strip: An installing strip used to join the laminate with other types of flooring.
Screens: The number of photographs per style is known as the screen. The more screens it has, the more authentic the looks are.
T-Molding: A process used to adjoin laminate floors in adjacent rooms.
Underlayment: A sound and moisture resistant material placed in between the subfloor and laminate flooring.
Wear Layer: The topmost layer of the laminate flooring that enables stain resistance and protection.