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Laminate Flooring Brands

By FAF Staff Writer, (318 words) Posted in Laminate Flooring on May 31, 2009
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There are tons of different residential laminate flooring brands on the market produced by various manufacturers. In this blog, we will cover many of the popular laminate floor brands available with a brief explanation of each brand.

Alloc, a member of the Berry Group, produces several laminate flooring collections under the Alloc flooring brand name that feature a patented, glue–less locking mechanism.

Armstrong is known for their glueless laminates under the brand names of Armstrong Swiftlock and ArmaLock.

BHK of America is well–known for their patented UniClic glueless laminate flooring called Moderna.

Bruce is known for their laminate floors in both tile and hardwood styles under the brand name of Bruce Laminate Flooring.

Harris–Tarkett produces their laminates under the brand name of Tarkett Laminate Floors.

Columbia is recognized for their laminate tile and wood inspired planks, both sold under the well–known Columbia name.

DuPont is known for their laminate flooring branded DuPont Real Touch Elite which has pre–attached underlayments.

Kronotex is known for their glue–free laminates under the name of Basic Clic and Timberland Clic.

Mannington laminate flooring includes several brand–name collections including Coordinations, Revolutions Plank, Revolutions Tile, Natureform Tile, and Value Lock.

Mohawk is known for their collections with wood, tile, and stone appearances, sold under the Mohawk Flooring brand.

Pergo, the original inventor of laminate flooring, manufacturers their floors in several different collections under the well–recognized Pergo brand.

Quick–Step laminate is known for their laminate brand featuring the UniClic Glueless Locking System.

Shaw laminates include the VersaLock Glueless and ceramic tile laminate designs under the Shaw Floors brand name.

Wilsonart brand laminate floors are available in four collections – Classic, Estate Plus, Red Label, and Professional Studio.

Between these and several other laminate flooring brands to choose from, you are sure to find the right laminate to fit the look of just about any hard surface floor that you prefer. For more information on several of these flooring brands, visit FindAnyFloor’s section on laminate flooring manufacturers.

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Comments (15)

Laminate Flooring posted on: June 8, 2009

It is very important to be able to differentiate the difference between various types of Laminate Flooring. This will not only save you a lot of money but it will also enable you to invest more properly into your home.

Laminate Floors Cape Town posted on: June 23, 2009

Totally agree with Laminate Flooring's comment. Buying a cheaper product will only cost you more in the long run....

Chelsea posted on: July 20, 2009

We bought Columbia laminate and it is great! Check out their site at www.columbiaflooring.com, select laminate.

John Bozoniski posted on: August 8, 2009

Loved your article, Balterio is another great laminate that I did not see mentioned here. They have great selection of colors and styles. Check them out.

John Bozoniski posted on: August 8, 2009

Loved your article, Balterio is another great laminate that I did not see mentioned here. They have great selection of colors and styles. Check them out.
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bruce posted on: February 27, 2013

i am looking for krono 9731 maderia pear twin clic 4 boxes thanks

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MJ Jones posted on: May 30, 2014

I need some discontinued laminate/vinyl flooring from Tarkett (discontinued in 2012). It the Infinity line, style is Venice, & the color is either 93t01 or 93t03 (I have sample with no color #). I remodeled my kitchen in 2012 & no one told me the flooring was being discontinued, if so I would have bought more as I knew I was going to enlarge my kitchen & this is the flooring I want. Any suggestions where I can look? Within a few days I should know the color # if the place that I bought the flooring still has their old books. I need 12 ft X 12 ft. min.

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