Nothing stands up to every day family life like a Pergo laminate floor
. Easy to install and easy to keep clean.
Pergo floors are a specially constructed type of floor that is assembled using a distinct tongue and groove system, which ensures a tight and fairly easy installation.
The History of Pergo Floors....
In 1923 a small vinegar manufacturing company began to broaden their interests into the chemical field and developed a process for manufacturing decorative laminates for tabletops. By 1950, the Perstorp company had greatly improved its laminates and was now turning out a wide variety of decorative laminate surfaces.
In 1977, the company developed the idea for laminate flooring and the product was introduced to the European market in 1984. During the late 1980's and early 1990's Pergo began to expand its flooring operations throughout Europe. In 1989 the brand Pergo was introduced and in 1994 Pergo laminate floors were introduced to the United States in 850 stores nation wide.
Ten years later the line opened a plant in North Carolina. Today Pergo is still the market leader and sells its laminate flooring products through 3,500 retailers across the United States and Canada.
If you want a floor that's a perfect match for your decor and tough enough to tackle the challenge of your busy life, stand up to the kids, and heavy traffic, then Pergo floors are the perfect choice.
Pergo Laminate Flooring looks like expensive hardwood and stone tile, and you can choose from a variety of laminate colors to complement your home. Nothing stands up to every day family life like a Pergo floor. Easy to install, easy to keep clean.
Pergo floors are available in Distressed Heart Pine, Antique Barn Oak, Knotty Heart Pine, Historic American Chestnut, Brazilian Cherry or Australian Cypress.
Maintaining Pergo Laminate Floors....
EASY!!! Ordinary vacuuming or sweeping is usually all it takes, with occasional wiping.
Cigarette burns, asphalt, shoe polish, paint, ink, crayon, and nail polish come clean with alcohol or nail polish remover.
Candle wax and chewing gum can be gently scraped away.