8MM Waterproof Laminate Flooring
Provides fast and easy installation
Medium Color; Registered Embossed Texture
Planks have micro-beveled edge
Installation: Above grade, on grade, or below grade
8MM waterproof 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.
7.7’’ x 48’’ x 8/12 MM
Item model number
HDF (high density fiberboard)
AC4, Class 32, 38g
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
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. How do I choose the right moldings?
Here is a brief guide to moldings and their best uses for a laminate flooring project.
3. How should I install moldings?
You can glue or nail moldings to the wall only, never to the floor.
4. What is a laminate flooring AC rating?
AC1 is suitable for lighter, more infrequent traffic, e.g. a bedroom.
AC2 is suitable for general residential use in living rooms and dining rooms.
AC3 can be applied to more varied locations, such as small offices and other light commercial location.
AC4 can be installed in higher traffic commercial areas such as boutiques, busier offices, and restaurant.
AC5 is more durable still and can withstand the traffic of heavier commercial areas such as department stores and public buildings.