Is kronotex the same as Swiss Krono?

Is kronotex the same as Swiss Krono?

A member of the internationally active SWISS KRONO GROUP, KRONOTEX is one of the leading European manufacturers of laminate flooring.

Is kronotex waterproof?

Although designed for improved resistance to water and moisture, it is not waterproof and excessive wetting and standing water should be avoided.

Is German flooring good?

The German Flooring brand products meet a high level of quality to take the guesswork out of which floors will last and perform for years.

Can I use old carpet as underlay for laminate flooring?

No, carpet underlay is not a suitable underlay for laminate flooring. The carpet underlay is too thick and will be too bouncy underfoot. Carpet underlay will also reduce the lifespan of your laminate flooring by 30-40%.

Is 12mm laminate flooring good?

Laminate flooring should be between 6-12mm thick. If you find thicker than 12mm, it’s an inaccurate measurement–possibly including attached padding. If you want the highest-quality, hardwood feel, you’ll want 10 or 12mm. If cost is a concern and you have a smooth subfloor, you can get by with 7 or 8mm.

What happens if you don’t put underlay under laminate?

Without underlayment to add a layer between these damp subfloors and the surface flooring, your laminate can quickly become wet, warped, and mildewy, harming its overall integrity. Moisture over time can also break down floor adhesive which causes the floor to start warping.

Why do Germans have flooring?

German floor is supposed to stop water from percolating from the soil into the building, it reduces the movement of water from getting to the walls and floor . In building terms the “Oversite” refers to a layer of concrete that is used to seal the earth and create the ground floor of a house.

What is German laminate flooring?

EUROSTYLE German Laminate Flooring is 100% made in Germany from European and exotic timbers manufactured by Krono Flooring, one of the worldwide leading producers of high-quality laminate floorings.