Why should you choose Kronotex laminate flooring?
As stated, Kronotex is a popular brand when it comes to laminate flooring. One of the reasons for this is the practicality of laminate. This type of flooring offers longevity and is easy to maintain. Kronotex laminate is especially resilient, being stain resistant and abrasion resistant. For this reason, it’s a perfect choice if you have young children or pets which may damage other laminate floors.
On top of the practicality is the high-quality look Kronotex offers. This type of flooring can recreate the look of tiles while being a fraction of the cost. It’s also incredibly easy to install yourself and can simply be laid on the floor, connecting each tile with a simple tongue and groove system.
Where to lay Kronotex flooring
Because of the durability of this floor, it’s suitable to most rooms in the house, as well as commercial spaces which see much more footfall. Laminate flooring is more water resistant than engineered or solid wood; for this reason, this floor will stand the test of time in more humid rooms, such as the kitchen. However, it may be best to steer clear from the bathroom and instead opt for a fully waterproof floor.
In the video below you'll see the typical installation process for a Kronotex laminate floor:
Different styles of Kronotex flooring
Kronotex offers flooring solutions in many different colours. For example, neutral colours such as white and black are available, which will go with whatever existing colour scheme you have in the room. A high gloss laminate which mimics the look of tiles is perfect for homes wanting a modern and contemporary look. This type of floor is also ideal if you’re worried about any marks or dirt showing on the floor. If black is too dark for you, we also offer a Kronotex high gloss white floor which is perfect for a minimalist aesthetic and a clean look.
How to care for Kronotex flooring
Once you’ve decided on your Kronotex laminate, it’s important to know how to look after it. As stated, laminate is a very low maintenance type of floor, but there are some do’s and don’ts. For example, when cleaning your flooring use a damp mop and steer clear from large amounts of water to keep your floor in the best condition. Also, avoid using abrasive cleaners or scourers which will scratch the surface. Ensure to clean up any spills as soon as they occur. If your flooring should undergo minor damages, don’t worry, as this can be easily repaired with touch in kits to match the colour of your flooring.
If you have any questions about Kronotex flooring or any of our other flooring products, please don’t hesitate to contact us by calling 03301000015. Our friendly sales team can advise you about the best flooring for you. Alternatively, if you’re still not sure, why not order a free sample and test the laminate flooring in your home?