The Pergo Specification Studio is located at the Domus showroom in Clerkenwell where architects and designers can explore all the Pergo products including engineered oak and ash.
Visitors can choose from a wide variety of colours, wood grades, finishes and formats, all pre-finished at the factory and ready for installation.
Whether oiled or lacquered, all planks have a 7-layer protective surface treatment that safeguards the wood from damage whilst accentuating its natural appearance.
With the new extra matt lacquer, the look of a beautiful oiled floor is created whilst benefiting from a highly durable, easy to maintain lacquered floor.
Pergo Wood offers planks up to 2400mm long and 260mm wide. This larges size format looks impressive and makes the room appear spacious and roomy, offering a stylish, contemporary feel.
The Engineered Wood Pergo Collection comes with a Lifetime (limited to 33 years) warranty for residential areas, with commercial warranties available on request. Pergo Wood floors consist of 3 layers of wood, plus a protective finish layer. To maximise the dimensional stability of the floor, the 3 layers of wood are constructed with the grain running in different directions to reduce the natural swelling and shrinking caused by fluctuations in temperature and humidity. An advanced core of spruce/pine (Pergo 220 & Pergo 260) or HDF (Pergo 190 & Pergo Chevron) minimises expansion/contraction of the planks with changing environmental conditions.
1. Protective finish: 5–7 layers of high-quality lacquer or 2 layers of oil, provide maximum protection, ensuring ease of maintenance.
2. Face layer/lamella: A carefully selected wood layer, that can be sanded and re-finished 2–3 times.
3. Advanced core: The core absorbs the stresses and strains that are put on the floor,
improving dimensional stability with changing environmental conditions.
4. Balanced backing: The backing veneer is made from ecologically certified softwood and helps to perfectly balance the boards.
Image depicts the construction of Pergo 220 and Pergo 260 planks.
Brushing the surface of a wood plank accentuates the natural grain structure, and enhances the authentic look and feel of the wood.
In addition, all lacquers and oils used in Pergo Wood meet strict international emission norms.