Engineered Wood Pergo Wood
The beauty of nature, in over 30 shades
With a total of 33 colours across four ranges — Pergo 190 (190mm-wide planks), Pergo 220 (220mm-wide planks), Pergo 260 (260mm-wide planks) and Pergo Parquet (145mm-wide parquet pieces) — the Domus’ Pergo Wood collection offers a wide variety of tones which capture the beauty of nature to enhance the character of a room instantly.
All colour samples can be ordered online via the individual range pages and products are often available on short lead times.
Highly durable & easy to maintain
Each colour is created from a specific combination of wood colouring, grading, treatment, structure and finish. A protective surface finish treatment across all products safeguards the wood from damage while accentuating its natural appearance. Pergo Wood products are produced in either a Matt Lacquer or Extra Matt Lacquer finish, offering the look of a beautiful floor while benefiting from a highly durable, easy-to-maintain lacquered surface. StayClean protection technology is embedded within each coat of UV lacquer applied to the Pergo 190, Pergo 220, Pergo 260 and Pergo Parquet products. The StayClean technology makes the wood floors extra resistant to liquids, spills and dirt within the grain and bevels, providing a wooden floor that is easy to maintain.
Multiple widths & formats
The four ranges offer four different plank widths/formats – Pergo 190 (190mm-width planks), Pergo 220 (220mm-width planks), Pergo 260 (260mm-width planks) and Pergo Parquet (145mm-width parquet pieces). Pergo planks are produced with the quick and easy patented PerfectFold™ 3.0 click system that minimises installation costs due to the simplicity and speed of installation while enabling easy uplift of planks if required. Pergo Parquet utilises the patented glueless Uniclic™ click system.
PerfectFold™ 3.0 Joint Mechanism
Pergo Wood planks consist of three layers of wood to maximise the dimensional stability of the floor. The three layers of wood are constructed to reduce the natural swelling and shrinking caused by fluctuations in temperature and humidity. An advanced core of spruce/pine (Pergo 260 & Pergo Parquet) or HDF (Pergo 190 & Pergo 220) minimises expansion/contraction of the planks with changing environmental conditions.
1. Protective finish: 5–7 layers of high-quality UV lacquer, with StayClean technology (plank formats), provide maximum protection, ensuring ease of maintenance.
2. Face layer/lamella: A carefully selected wood layer, that offers the potential for sanding and refinishing if required.
3. Advanced core: The core absorbs the stresses and strains 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.
The image depicts the construction of Pergo 260 planks.
All Pergo Wood products are offered with a lifetime warranty (limited to 33 years) for residential areas. Commercial warranties are available on request.
Pergo Wood ranges are available in two finishes: Matt Lacquer and Extra Matt Lacquer. The finish subtly alters the appearance and provides an important layer of protection.
These images broadly reflect the naturally occurring characteristics present within each grade. Detailed Grading Criteria documents available upon request.
Brushing the surface of a wood plank accentuates the natural grain structure, and enhances the authentic look and feel of the wood.
The 2-Way Bevel (Pergo 190) and 4-Way Bevel (Pergo 220, Pergo Parquet and Pergo 260) edge details help define the individual characteristics of each board. The Pergo 190 square-edged (no bevel) header joints are designed to elongate the plank visual.
Pergo Wood ranges are produced using a minimum of resources. Over 80% of the content of the products consists of wood surplus from the wood industry. Primarily, only renewable woods such as pine and spruce are used, never exotic woods or wood from rainforests that are threatened with extinction.
Pergo Wood ranges are PEFC™ certified (PEFC/16-37-2066) using only woods from sustainably managed forests. Domus confirms our commitment to implement and maintain the chain of custody requirements set out by PEFC™.
The "Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes" (PEFC™) is the most prominent independent organisation worldwide for the verification of sustainable forest management. PEFC™ Chain of Custody (CoC) certification is a verified mechanism for tracking certified materials from the forest to the final product. Domus recognises that it has a responsibility for current & future generations & will strive to promote sustainable forest management and discourage unsustainable management practices. We consider it essential that the origin of our wood-based products can be demonstrated through credible, independent Chain of Custody certification, based on international standards & norms.
In addition, all lacquers used in Pergo Wood meet strict international emission norms.
The Pergo Specification Studio is located at Domus West 1 where architects and designers can explore all the Pergo products including engineered oak and ash.