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Pergo Laminate Flooring

Pergo laminate flooring is widely known through the industry and in many people's eyes it is seen as the industry leader.

Pergo floors originated from Sweden and have been in production for well over a hundred years so they hold a great deal of experience. The laminate collection only hit the Europe floor market in the early eighties though, and it was only in the nineties did it find its way to North Carolina.

Pergo Laminate Flooring Collections

Pergo laminate floors come in a whole range of designs and patterns. Some of the popular types include:

* Pergo Exotic (new)

* Pergo Domestiq Plus

* Pergo Original

* Pergo Uniq

* Pergo Vintage (new)

The collections all follow a contemporary theme which has been developed by skilled designers using state of the art CAD technology. Such technology has allowed the company to cater for a a range of tastes and life style - be it modern or more traditional. Pergo Floors are thus suitable for residential use - in entrance ways, kitchens and bedrooms; they are also used on more commercial projects such as office buildings. Their ability to be installed on top of most existing floors has been one of the biggest selling points. This unique installation technique is known as a "floating floor."

Not all of us are lucky enough to be gifted in the field of DIY so Pergo laminate flooring helps reduce the chance of mess, the need for clamps and it also speeds up the whole process. The company's CertainSeal is one of the top products (panels are already coated in adhesive.) For those unsure of their DIY expertise then the company does offer installation kits and guide videos to help you through the process.

Like most companies this one also offers a warranty against possible mishaps that can stain, mark or wear the floor.

For further details on Pergo flooring:

Pergo, Inc.

Attention: Consumer Affairs

PO Box 1775

Horsham , PA 19044-6775

Or why not visit the company's web site please - www.pergo.com

 

 

 

 

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