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By: Kay
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Choosing a floor is certainly not an easy task. And we understand if you are overwhelmed by the variety of floors. Herringbone, Chevron, Tile, Straight plank and so on. Are you a little further ahead in your floor choice and looking for an extra wide floor? Then maybe this blog can help you get one step closer to your dream floor. In this blog, we will look at the great XXL flooring collections. Discover the differences between Country House Laminate and Click Vinyl below!

Floer Country House Laminate – Light Brown Oak

Differences in dimensions

Country House Laminate and Country House Click vinyl floors are renowned for their unprecedented width. Although both are part of the Country House collection, they differ in size. But what are the differences? The XXL floors in the laminate collection are 32.8 cm wide, which makes them the widest floors. The Country House Click Vinyl floors are slightly less wide, with a width of 30.5 cm. Although this is only a few centimetres, it may not be noticeable to the naked eye. The dimensions are also highlighted in a different way, as we will explain below.

V-groove vs. micro bevel

Another difference between Country House Laminate and Click Vinyl floors is the plank finish. Country House Laminate floors have a two-sided V-groove. In addition, they have a continuous pattern, which makes the planks look endless. The Country House Click Vinyl floors, on the other hand, have a four-sided micro bevel, which subtly emphasises the plank dimension. These planks therefore do not have a continuous pattern.

Floer Country House Rigid Click Vinyl – Natural Oak

Water resistance

Another technical difference is the water resistance of the floors. Vinyl floors are known to be completely waterproof, and so are extra-wide vinyl floors. But is laminate also water resistant? The answer is yes. But be aware that laminate floors are not completely waterproof. For example, Country House laminate floors, like City Laminate floors, are water resistant for 4 hours. So there are differences between Country House Laminate and Click Vinyl when it comes to water resistance. Do you want a Country House floor in your bathroom? Then choose Click Vinyl.

Which floor is best for underfloor heating?

Compared to laminate flooring, Click Vinyl floors have a lower thermal resistance. This makes them more efficient in combination with underfloor heating. Country House Laminate already has a thermal resistance of 0.07 m2K/W, which makes it also suitable for underfloor heating.

Floer Country House Laminate – Untreated Oak

Other differences between Country House Laminate and Click Vinyl

The installation of both types of floor has some similarities, for example they are both installed floating. Although they have different click connections, both are easy to install. However, it is important to choose the right underlay for each type of flooring. Each sub-floor has its own specifications. If you choose Country House Click Vinyl, it is advisable to use the Rigid Click Vinyl Underlay.

In short, it is important to consider your own needs and desires. Although the floors have differences, they also have similarities. So with both floors you can be sure that you will have a floor in your home that will make a visual impact in any room.
Can’t get wide enough? Choose Country House!

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