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Preference Oakleaf Collection is our contemporary take on authentic laminate flooring. The sophisticated visuals and rich textures used when manufacturing this range are sure to add character to any home. Exuding warmth and character normally associated with more expensive hardwood flooring, our Oakleaf laminate collection is ideal for those who want a floor that blends the rustic qualities of natural timber with contemporary style. The 12mm range provides an even wide range of contemporary and traditional colours so you can choose the one which best fits your home.
These planks use the latest HD printing technology in order to create a natural look that is practically indistinguishable from the timber it was inspired by. An AC3 rating also makes this flooring ideal for the demands of daily residential use. Furthermore, an innovative and licensed click lock system makes the planks quick and easy to install.
A wide range of contemporary oak tones is available, along with the traditional Australian favourites including Australian Timber, Spotted Gum and Blackbutt
The Preference Laminate Oakleaf floors are manufactured to be as durable as it is beautiful with a special surface that makes it sturdy enough to easily make it through everyday wear and tear. With its micro-beveled edges, the Oakleaf Collection is a real alternative to natural timber flooring without sacrificing quality or visual appeal. These planks also have a licensed click system, to make the installation process easy and effortless.
Laminate floors are easy to clean and maintain. You don’t need any special cleaning agents or treatments! Just use your vacuum or mop every so often. However, avoid using regular household cleaners or scouring pads, as their abrasive nature will damage your floor. Do not use Steam mops under any circumstances for laminate floors.
Laminate flooring was first introduced by a Swedish company as a method of reusing waste wood for economical and ethical reasons. These planks are first created by deconstructing wood to make it into a pulp, and then fusing them together in order to create a synthetic core. There are three primary layers, which consist of a wear layer, print layer, and HDF core.