How wide is Pergo flooring?
Then, is Pergo going out of business?
Pergo. The word Pergo itself became synonymous with laminate flooring. Pergo was acquired by Mohawk in 2013 and has not closed down any of its North American manufacturing operations. The company offers many laminate flooring options in both attached and not attached underlayment.
Similarly, do you need underlayment for Pergo flooring? Yes! If your Pergo floors do not come with underlayment, then it's important that you purchase it and lay it over your subfloor before installing your new Pergo floor. If you don't add underlayment to your Pergo floors, you'll violate the floor's warranty.
In respect to this, is there a difference between Pergo and laminate flooring?
Laminate flooring is type of product where layers of materials, including photos of the material are stacked and compressed together to give the look of natural finish, like wood. (Similar to plastic laminate.) Pergo is a manufacturers product name - one type of laminate flooring that can be purchased.
Is Pergo laminate flooring really waterproof?
Pergo Waterproof Laminate Unlike other laminate floors on the market, select Pergo laminate floors feature complete waterproof protection. This revolutionary technology withstands against splashes, spills, and pet accidents to ensure maximum waterproof durability.