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  • Since 1999 
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  • KBS Floor&Decor has served our worldwide clients, providing the best vinyl and laminate flooring for over 20 years. Find our full ranges of flooring products to make your dream home into reality.
 
 
 
Laminate floors have a surface that is very similar to the wood grain. Regardless of whether it looks like hardwood, the materials used to affect this type of soil do not contain any wood. Rather, all rough fixings that go into the layers are constructed, although some manufacturers use wood chips as a segment. 
The surface of laminate flooring is basically a photo that is printed on vinyl and laid over a multi-layered structure with properties that copy common building materials.
 

KBS laminate floor Technical data

 Properties Water resistant laminate Standard laminate Unit Standard
 Nominal thickness 5 7 8 10 12 mm EN 324-1
 Density 950-1050 830-880 830-880 830-880 830-880 kg/m3 EN 323
 Internal bond strength 3.50 1.20 1.20 1.20 1.20 N/mm² EN 319
 Bending strength 65.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 N/mm² EN 31 0
 Modulus of elasticity 5500 3300 3300 3300 3300 N/mm² EN 310
 Surface soundness 4 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 N/mm² EN 311
 Thickness swelling 24 h 3.3 14 12 11 11 % EN 317
 Formaldehyde emission E1 ≤0.9 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 ppm EN 717-1
 Formaldehyde emission
 CARB II/ TSCA TITLE VI compliant
< 0.1
< 0.11
< 0.11
< 0.11
< 0.11
ppm ASTM D 6007

Laminate PLANK

LVT-PLANK1
 
1215mm*196mm
 
 
LVT-PLANK2
 
1215mm*230mm
 
 
 
LVT-PLANK4
 
1530mm*230mm
 
 
LVT-PLANK3
 
1840mm*230mm
 
 

Laminate Decor Collection

Plank collection

Lamiante Floor Categories 

  • Environmental
    SUPER  FIREPROOF

    KBS  Super  Extruded  Core  is 100%  fireproof.  Fire  rating  is A1  grade  which  is  comparable to  ceramic  tile/marble  flooring.

  • Safety
    WATERPROOF

    Fireproof, waterproof, moistureproof, mildewproof. Absolutely outstanding performance for any occasion.
  • PUR
    SCRATCH RESISTANT

    Aluminium oxide wear layer and Diamond Core surface treatment provides excellent stain, scratching and abrasion 
    resistance.​​​​​​​
  • Quiet-underfoot
    REDUCES SOUND TRANSMISSION​​​​​​​
    KBS Laminate Floor  features  an 
    attached  cork  underlayment that  softens  footfall  above  and 
    below.

WELCOME TO VISIT KBS FACTORY

You Can Visit KBS factory in China, Leading Flooring Manufactruer.
    Production Lines
    More than 10 precision production line, easy to realize large quantities of goods, to provide you with the best price.
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Laminate Flooring FAQ

  • What is laminate flooring?
    To summarize, Laminated flooring is a synthetic flooring material. It is made up of multiple floors and has existed for about 50 years. It is designed to add style and value to your house while being able to withstand wear and tear. Usually, its design looks like wood (but not always). Laminate flooring is a kind of strong, attractive, economical and low maintenance floor.
  • What is better vinyl or laminate flooring?
    In a word, vinyl is a better choice when your floor needs waterproofness, longevity and durability. At the same time, if you want a more fashionable appearance, lower cost and comfortable feeling under your feet, laminate flooring are preferred.
  • How long do laminate flooring last?

    According to the quality of the flooring, laminate flooring can be used for an average of 15 to 25 years or even longer.

  • What is the downside to laminate flooring?
    Laminate flooring is a popular and cost-effective flooring option, but there are some downsides to consider before choosing it for your home or business. Here are some of the potential downsides of laminate flooring:

    Durability: While laminate flooring is generally durable, it is not as durable as some other hard surface flooring options, such as ceramic tile or hardwood. Laminate flooring can scratch or dent easily, and it is prone to water damage if not properly sealed.

    Limited repair options: If laminate flooring is damaged, it is difficult to repair. In most cases, the damaged plank will need to be replaced, which can be costly and time-consuming.

    Sound transmission: Laminate flooring can produce a "hollow" or "clicking" sound when walked upon, especially if it is installed over an uneven subfloor or without an underlayment.

    Appearance: While laminate flooring can mimic the look of hardwood or other natural materials, it can sometimes appear artificial or "plastic-like" up close.

    Environmental impact: Some laminate flooring products may contain potentially harmful chemicals or formaldehyde, which can impact indoor air quality.

    Slipperiness: Laminate flooring can be slippery, especially when wet. This can be a safety hazard, particularly for young children or older adults.

    In summary, while laminate flooring is a cost-effective and popular flooring option, it is important to consider its potential downsides, such as limited durability, difficulty with repairs, and safety hazards. Proper installation and maintenance can help mitigate some of these concerns, but it's important to carefully weigh the pros and cons before choosing laminate flooring.
  • What is better laminate or vinyl flooring?
    the choice between laminate and vinyl flooring depends on your specific needs and priorities. Laminate flooring is durable and can mimic the look of natural materials, while vinyl flooring is more water-resistant and quieter. Consider the factors that are most important to you, such as durability, water-resistance, and environmental impact, when choosing between laminate and vinyl flooring.
  • Pros and Cons of Laminate Flooring
    Laminate flooring is a popular and cost-effective flooring option. Here are some of the pros and cons to consider before choosing laminate flooring:

    Pros:

    Cost-effective: Laminate flooring is typically less expensive than hardwood or other natural materials, making it a cost-effective flooring option.

    Easy to install: Laminate flooring is relatively easy to install, with many options featuring click-lock installation systems that don't require glue or nails.

    Wide range of styles: Laminate flooring comes in a wide variety of styles and colors, including options that mimic the look of hardwood, stone, or tile.

    Durable: Laminate flooring is scratch-resistant and durable, making it a good choice for high-traffic areas.

    Easy to clean: Laminate flooring is easy to clean and maintain, requiring only regular sweeping and occasional mopping.

    Cons:

    Not as durable as hardwood: While laminate flooring is durable, it is not as long-lasting as hardwood or other natural materials.

    Limited repair options: If laminate flooring is damaged, it can be difficult to repair. In most cases, the damaged plank will need to be replaced, which can be costly and time-consuming.

    Can be noisy: Laminate flooring can produce a "hollow" or "clicking" sound when walked upon, especially if it is installed over an uneven subfloor or without an underlayment.

    Appearance: While laminate flooring can mimic the look of hardwood or other natural materials, it can sometimes appear artificial or "plastic-like" up close.

    Slipperiness: Laminate flooring can be slippery, especially when wet. This can be a safety hazard, particularly for young children or older adults.
  • How to Install Laminate Flooring
    Measure the room: Measure the length and width of the room to determine how much flooring you will need. Be sure to add 10% to your total square footage to account for any waste.

    Prepare the subfloor: Ensure that the subfloor is clean, dry, and level. Remove any carpet or existing flooring, and repair any damage to the subfloor.

    Install underlayment: Install a foam underlayment over the subfloor to provide a cushioned surface and to reduce noise.

    Plan the layout: Plan the layout of your flooring, taking into account the direction of the planks and any pattern or color variations.

    Install the first row: Begin installing the first row of planks along the longest wall in the room, leaving a 1/4-inch gap between the wall and the planks for expansion.

    Cut the planks: Cut the planks to size using a saw, making sure to leave a 1/4-inch gap between the planks and the walls.

    Install subsequent rows: Continue installing subsequent rows of planks, making sure to stagger the seams and maintain a 1/4-inch gap between the planks and walls.

    Install molding: Install molding around the perimeter of the room to cover the expansion gap and provide a finished look.

    Install transitions: Install transitions between rooms or different flooring types using T-molding, reducers, or other transition pieces.

    Finish up: Remove any spacers, clean the floor, and enjoy your new laminate flooring!
  • How to Clean Laminate Floors
    Cleaning laminate floors is relatively easy and requires only a few basic tools. Here are some general steps to clean laminate floors:

    Sweep or vacuum the floor: Begin by removing any loose dirt and debris from the floor using a soft-bristled broom or vacuum with a hard floor attachment.

    Damp-mop the floor: Using a microfiber mop or cloth, dampen the mop or cloth with a mixture of water and a mild cleaner specifically designed for laminate floors. Be sure to wring out the mop or cloth well to avoid using too much water on the floor.

    Clean spills immediately: Laminate flooring is water-resistant, but it is still important to clean up spills immediately to prevent moisture from seeping into the seams and causing damage.

    Avoid abrasive cleaners: Avoid using harsh, abrasive cleaners, as they can scratch the surface of the laminate. Instead, use a cleaner specifically designed for laminate floors.

    Use furniture protectors: Use furniture protectors under the legs of chairs, tables, and other furniture to avoid scratching the surface of the laminate.

    Do not wax or polish: Laminate floors do not need to be waxed or polished, as this can damage the surface and make it slippery.
  • Types of Laminate Flooring
    High-pressure laminate (HPL): HPL laminate flooring is made with several layers of high-density fiberboard (HDF) and a resin layer that is fused under high pressure and heat. This type of laminate flooring is highly durable and can resist heavy foot traffic and wear and tear.

    Direct pressure laminate (DPL): DPL laminate flooring is made with a single layer of HDF and a resin layer that is applied directly to the surface. This type of laminate flooring is less expensive than HPL and is suitable for residential use.

    Embossed-in-register (EIR): EIR laminate flooring has a textured surface that mimics the natural grain and texture of hardwood. The texture is created by pressing a pattern onto the surface of the laminate during production.

    Handscraped laminate: Handscraped laminate flooring has a distressed, hand-scraped appearance that mimics the look of vintage hardwood. This type of laminate flooring is popular for rustic and traditional home designs.

    Smooth finish laminate: Smooth finish laminate flooring has a flat, polished surface that mimics the look of polished stone or ceramic tile. This type of laminate flooring is popular for modern and contemporary home designs.

    Wide plank laminate: Wide plank laminate flooring has wider and longer planks than traditional laminate flooring. This type of laminate flooring is popular for open floor plans and larger rooms.

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