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Kronoswiss Laminate Flooring Review

Kronoswiss Laminate Flooring Review

Kronoswiss laminate flooring is known to be durable, modern and stunning. With beautiful designs and patterns to choose from, your home or business can be transformed easily and affordability. Made in Switzerland for over 40 years, Kronoswiss is a brand that you can trust.

What Are The Specs?

With the easy to install Swiss-Click Comfort, and the Angle-2-Angle locking systems, Kronoswiss laminate flooring is a product that works well for the DIY enthusiast. There is a wide range of thickness from 6mm – 12mm thick, giving you ultimate choice in price and needs. Durability ratings range from AC3 to AC5, again giving you a wide amount of choices for your needs and budget. Because of the wide ranges with consistent quality, this makes Kronoswiss laminate flooring one of the most durable laminate floors in the market place today. Kronoswiss laminate floors are ideal for residents and light commercial spaces alike!

Kronoswiss Grand Selection Isabelline laminate flooring

Kronoswiss Grand Selection Isabelline laminate flooring

Environmentally Conscious Flooring

Kronoswiss laminate flooring is dedicated to creating a greener world through the use of  the environmental management system (IS014001); which means that during the production process all raw materials are recycled as much as possible. Kronoswiss practices the Timber Circle. This means that the required energy is produced from recycled wood, after it has gone through its many possible life lines; replacing fossil fuel energy. By taking environmental issues seriously, Kronoswiss has invested in modern technologies for energy production, as well as air/water purification.

Kronoswiss Noblesse Shabby Chic Laminate Flooring

Kronoswiss Noblesse Shabby Chic Laminate Flooring

If you need stunning flooring that enhances your home, Kronoswiss laminate flooring is for you. You will find beauty, real wood texture, and a floor suitable for those extra busy areas of your home. The Original Swiss Floor, Kronoswiss Laminate Flooring, made in Switzerland, designed for the active consumer. A company that cares about our environment, offering recyclable products in flooring that will be enjoyed for many years.

Have you installed Kronoswiss flooring in your home? Write all about your flooring experience in the comments below!

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2 comments

  1. We recently installed swiss made laminate flooring in Colonial Hickory. It’s a large surface, and turned out beautifully A dream family room. Then a torential downpour, and poured into the family room. The floor warped, but did not come up or buckle. We have dried it out the best we could. My question is this: Will it ever “unwarp” or flatten out again? I have heard conflicting reports. We have mopped up all the water, dried out-using fans, heaters, and dehumidifiers. The floor no longer has an odor. Will it dry out completely to a usable floor, or will it have to be replaced? Thank you for your kind attention to this matter. Looking forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience. Regards, Cathy Fishburn

    • Cathy, Once the laminate is exposed to excess amounts of water and it starts to warp then there is no going back. The core of the plank actually swells up and once wood swells it will not regain its pre-swollen shape. At this point you will need to replace the floor unfortunately. If there isn’t a ton of warped boards then you may be able to do a repair to replace the really bad boards but there is no way for me to tell without seeing the damage. Good Luck.
      Fred

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