We are running a special during the month of September on Kronotex laminate flooring (or at least until we run out of stock) and we figure that it’s the perfect time to shine a spotlight on this flooring for your benefit. After all, we all need to be sure whether or not a product is right for us and what better way to find out than to read more about it, right? Without further ado, here are all the facts we rounded up about Kronotex laminate flooring.
Where Is It From?
Kronotex laminate flooring hails from Heiligengrabe, Germany and the company is a member of the Swiss Krono Group.
Which Rooms To Install In?
We highly suggest that you keep laminate flooring away from rooms where there is too much water. This would be your bathroom, laundry, or a room that is particularly damp for one reason or another. However, laminate flooring brings the beautiful look of hardwood flooring at a more beautiful price and is perfect for bedrooms, living rooms, dining rooms, and even kitchens (provided you don’t regularly flood your kitchen, of course)
Is It Environmentally Friendly?
There is an increase in people who are becoming conscious of their role in reversing climate change as well as bringing sustainability into their everyday lives. We are happy to report that Kronotex is great for the environment. According to their website, Kronotex uses material free from pesticides, chlororganic compounds, plasticisers or toxic heavy metals, and the company prides itself on meeting strict environmental standards.
How Difficult Is It To Maintain?
You can easily clean Kronotex laminate flooring with a soft, slightly damp mop or a vacuum cleaner. According to their website, the floors are abrasion-resistant, lightfast, and stain-resistant so the floors can last for a long time.
As for the look, it’s an exquisite range so do contact us for samples of the flooring. It’s a very personal choice and we will offer you a no-obligation quote as well. Be sure to contact us after reading this article, even if you don’t necessarily want Kronotex laminate flooring for your home, because our experts can help you with advice on any types of flooring.