Why you’ll love Quick-Step laminate flooring
What is laminate flooring?
Laminate flooring is a layered floor built around a watertight, glued High Density Fibre (HDF) board. All Quick-Step laminate floors consist of four different layers:
A transparent, wear-resistant overlay providing protection against stains, impact, scratches, burns and household chemicals.
A design layer: a high-resolution photo of real wood or tiles that is reproduced with sophisticated printing techniques and finished with melamine resin.
An extremely durable and stable moisture-resistant, glued HDF core board.
A balancing layer, which guarantees a perfectly balanced board that will not cup or bow when properly installed and maintained.
VIEW THE LAMINATE
You’ll easily find the perfect flooring solution for your interior among the extensive palette of colours and styles, both modern and traditional designs, tiles and — wide, small or extra-large — planks.
The Quick-Step Uniclic system not only comes with a water-resistant glued base plate, it also boasts excellent tensile strength (thanks to pre-tensioning during production). That way, Quick-Step laminate floors are protected against surface moisture and can more than surely handle a spill.
Scratch-, wear- and impact-resistant
to the core
Quick-Step laminate flooring consist of high-density fibre (HDF) core boards that we make in-house. In addition, the top layer has patented, ultra-protective Scratch Guard layer, giving your laminate floors get the highest possible level of protection against falling objects, pointy high heels and other sharp objects. Even burning cigarettes dropping on your floor don’t stand a chance against this ultra-resistant top layer.
Resistant to (UV) light
We know that you want to let sunshine in at home. So, what’s stopping you? Afraid of the effect of discolouration over time? No worries: our laminate floors never turn pale when exposed to normal levels of (sun)light.
Find your DREAM floor
Explore Quick-Step’s entire range of laminate, luxury vinyl and wood flooring. Use the filter options to select floors based on type, lightness, colour, wood species, grooves, thickness, dimensions, pattern, and many other features and characteristics.