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Looking for laminate or hardwood floors for your home?

It's easy to chase your tail when you're trying to decide on a floor. Let's face it, there's a lot to consider about both laminate and hardwood floors. We can help make your flooring decision a little easier by following the steps below.

1.  Consider the floor type you'll want in your home.

Laminate

Pergo laminate floors look and feel just like real wood but offer outstanding durability and strength from an expertly engineered design.

FEATURES:
Extreme durability

Low maintenance

Easy to install on all grades

Wood, tile & unique looks

Variety of styles & colors

Richly realistic looks & finishes

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Busy households choose Pergo laminate floors because they look like real wood, and many feature a surface coating that stands up to two times the wear and durability* compared to other laminate floors.

Hardwood

Pergo hardwood floors offer the beauty of natural wood with the convenience and durability of Pergo. Choose from a variety of styles and widths with engineered hardwood or solid hardwood construction.

FEATURES:

Up to 5 times more durable than ordinary hardwood floors

UltimateShield™ resists everyday dirt and spills

Style and performance to match chaotic lifestyles

Real wood with natural knots and graining

Pergo Max offers DIY installation and SecureLockTM technology

Pergo Lifestyles offers new style options and multi-width planks

Pergo American Era offers solid construction and classic style

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Families prefer Pergo engineered hardwood when they want the beauty of real wood with the durability of Pergo — up to 5 times more durable than ordinary wood floors.1

2.  Explore Pergo floor styles.

START BY SELECTING A COLOR.

Do you want a light floor, a dark floor, or something in between? You'll find there are lots of color options available for both laminate and hardwood floors.

How to Choose Dark Flooring

DARK

Dark floors add drama. Consider a dark floor and a lighter wall for a stunning contrast, or a dark floor and a dark wall for a rich, cozy feeling.

How to Choose Light Flooring

LIGHT

Light floors can lighten and brighten a room. To make a small space appear larger, consider a lighter floor and wall color.

CONSIDER THE PLANK VISUAL.

Do you want the finish texture smooth like a classic floor or finished with a detailed wood grain? A wide variety of textures are available for both hardwood and laminate floors.

LOOK AT THE FINISH.

Pergo floors come in a range of finishes — from matte to satin to gloss — designed to complement the surface texture of the plank. No matter what surface you choose, you'll find all of our finishes are as durable as they are beautiful.

3.  Learn about Pergo installation, maintenance and warranties.

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*Wear claim compared to standard AC-3 laminate flooring and measured by NALFA/ANSI LF-01-2011 and/or EN 13329:2006+A1:2008

1. Results based on average of 10 random scores for each like product tested and in accordance with principles of the ASTM D 4060. Tests conducted on similar products using S-42 abrasive strips affixed to S-32 rubber wheels and changed every 500 cycles and between sample change-overs. Each wheel was loaded with a 500 gram weight (Q4 2013).

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