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What is Pergo flooring?

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Pergo is a Swedish flooring product company noted primarily for its laminate flooring products. Pergo invented laminate flooring in the 1970s and began selling laminate flooring in the United States in 1994 under the leadership of then-president Lars von Kantzow. Even though there are many manufacturers of laminate flooring products today, many people refer to all laminate flooring as "pergo". In addition to its laminate products, Pergo introduced hardwood products into the U.S. market beginning in 2004 and will introduce similar hardwood products in Europe in 2007.

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Pergo flooring is usually more affordable than hardwood. Here's a link to a website that lists the many differences between pergo flooring and hardwood. http://www.ehow.com/facts_5880675_pergo-vs_-hardwood.html


The pergo laminate flooring should last a long time under normal wear and tear. I would however suggest going with wood before the laminate flooring.


Pergo flooring is considered to be some of the best available.


Pergo laminate flooring is a more expensive sort of flooring. It can be bought for between $15 and $50 dollars a square meter depending upon the style required.



You can find some information on pergo laminate flooring by either looking up a company that you know carries that type of flooring, or check out the do it yourself network website as they have information on most things.


One plant is in North Carolina.


Yes you can, if you are talking about a floating floor, like pergo.


Bruce hardwood, owned by Triangle Pacific and Armstrong is one of the best brand for hardwood flooring. Pergo is another good brand.


No, Pergo is basically a piece of plastic with a picture of wood on it so if you try to stain it then the graining won't remain plus the stain can damage the protective layer over the image.


You don't! We just installed a Pergo floor and it will scratch very easily. It is a very hard surface but it is also brittle so a stone in your shoe could scratch the surface.


Pergo floors have many advantages over other flooring. It looks like hardwood, but is cheaper and much easier to install. It repeals spills and sun light will not damage the floor.


If you are you are referring to tongue and groove flooring such as Pergo then the answer is yes. You may however want to first lay lu-on (not sure of spelling but it is a thin sheet of wood) to insure that the floor is level.


There are many brands of commercial laminate flooring on the market. Some of the most popular brands are Pergo, Armstrong, Allen & Roth, and Project Source.


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There are a couple of advantages of Pergo flooring. First of all, please understand that Pergo (a registered trademark) is a laminate, not an engineered wood or a hardwood. A lot of the Pergo line, although not ALL of it, is manufactured with the foam underlayment already on the bottom of each plank. With Laminate flooring, you need to have a 6 mil polyethelene moisture barrier, as well as a foam underlayment. The laminate floor is installed using the "floating" method. Just because Pergo has the foam underlayment attached to the planks, doesn't mean that you don't need the moisture barrier. If installed on concrete, it's best to test the moisture content of the concrete prior to installing the Pergo, as well as any other type of flooring. Especially, if installing below grade. Laminate flooring does not do well in moist areas, so be sure to read the manufacturer's instructions carefully. Another advantage to Pergo is it's price. You can obtain a "wood" look with this product, although you won't be fooling anyone. It will not hold up as well as engineered or hardwood, but it's considerably much cheaper. The key word there is "cheaper". In all meanings of the word. With all due respect, and no disrespect intended to the manufacturer and owners of Pergo or any other laminate floor. It is not, however, the cheapest and/or least expensive of laminate floors on the market. If this hasn't answered your question, please redefine your question so that I may try and provide the particular answere you're looking for. Advantages of Pergo over...?



It will sound strange, but rub your sneaker soles over the scuff. It should come right up. --- try Windex.


It depends on the style. They usually vary between 14.5 sq ft and 21 sq ft.


There are various places one can find good prices for laminate flooring in the United States. Several places to look include Build Direct, PERGO or Laminate Floors Cheap.


No they can not. The steam would melt the realistic-looking wood, its probably best to stick to using a swiffer wet mop.


This is somewhat perplexing. Pergo is a sealed surface. It has no pores to allow blood to absorb. A good careful cleaning with a laminate cleaner should take care of it. Try using a little vinegar and water to help, but don't use to much water or you can ruin your floor.



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