12mm Oak Laminate Flooring
More durable, Resists stains, easier to install and looks more realistic
It can be installed over an existing floor
Easy-to-install locking system requires no glue and makes installing a laminate floor an easy DIY project
Underlayment is required
25 year residential warranty
12mm oak Laminate Flooring
Laminate flooring (also called floating wood tile) is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together with a lamination process. Laminate flooring simulates wood (or sometimes stone) with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer. The inner core layer is usually composed of melamine resin and fiber board materials.
7’’ x 48’’ x 12 MM
Item model number
HDF (high density fiberboard)
AC3, Class 31, 32g
Single Strip Plank
Floating installation with easy lock system
durable, abrasion Resistance, Water & Scratch Resistant
Planks per box
Coverage per box
27.20 square feet
NEWBETTER laminate Pro-Line laminate flooring has a 25 year residential warranty.
The warranty remains valid if the floor is installed properly and maintained according to the manufacturer's installation and maintenance guide. The warranty is only valid for the original end-consumer and is not transferable.
Manufacturer Installation Guides:
- After installing the underlayment, begin in the corner with the plank tongues facing the wall. Allow for minimum 1/4" expansion around the walls using expansion spacers.
- Press at an angle the short end of the next plank into the first one. Complete the first row. Cut the last plank if needed.
- It is easy to cut the last plank in the row by turning it upside down with the tongue facing the wall. Mark off, remembering to allow for the 1/4" expansion.
- Saw the plank using a jig saw or similar tool, design face down. Use a fine tooth blade. Be cautious of wood dust.
- Begin the following row using the cut off from the previous row (12" or longer and at least 2" wide) as the first plank piece. Keep spaces between joints random and at least 12" apart.
- Insert the first plank or plank piece tongue into the preceding row's groove. Press forward and fold down.
- Press second plank forward and fold down to drop in place.
- To lay the last row: Measure and cut the board. Leave 1/4"distance to the wall.
1. How do laminate floor panels lock together?
There are many types of edge joining systems used to connect laminate flooring panels together. Some laminate flooring connections snap together by hand while others require a light tap with a mallet and a tapping block. Still others use a combination of a “snap” click edge and a “bang” or “tap” click at the end of the panels. While most of the various systems work well to secure your laminate floor, it is important to read your laminate flooring installation instructions carefully. Familiarize yourself with how your flooring locks together before starting your installation.
2. Will there be any cutting waste?
In an average installation, approximately 7% to 10% of the total area to be covered will be wasted for several reasons, typically cuts, planks damaged during installation, or errors.
3. How do I choose the right moldings?
Here is a brief guide to moldings and their best uses for a laminate flooring project.
4. How should I install moldings?
You can glue or nail moldings to the wall only, never to the floor.
5. What is a floating floor?
A floating floor is a floor built with all its parts attached to each other but with none of these component parts fixed to the supporting floor. Virtually all laminate floors install as floating floors.