Fawn Resolve Plus Vinyl Click Lock is a beautiful waterproof variated style floor. It is a 4.5mm overall thickness with a 1 mm EVA pad attached. It also has a 12 mil wear layer for peace of mind.
So, what is a wear layer? The wear layer helps your floor last longer. Simply put, the top layer is made of clear PVC film and applied to the photographic layers. The wear layer adds an extra boost of durability and extends the life of your vinyl flooring. As you may have guessed the thicker the wear layer the tougher the flooring will be.
Resolve Plus Collection uses a process called Embossed-in-Register. You may love the texture of real hardwood floors, but not the cost and maintenance. Many people are looking for EIR or Embossed in Register flooring. Embossed in Register is a relatively new technology. It is processed the same whether it is embossed and non-embossed. However, during the heating process, the manufacturers use a special plate to integrate into the wear layer. This gives it not only texture but the graining as well.
Click-lock technology is used in this collection. The boards clicked together with an interlocking system. As a result, the click-lock system is the simplest and easiest way to install wood flooring. With fast and easy installation, this floor is perfect for DYI projects.
This collection is also a Floor Score Certified. In other words, it is a third-party certification that tests and measures the risk of indoor air quality. A primary concern of indoor air quality is the emission level of specific volatile organic compounds or VOCs. Poor indoor air quality is caused by inadequate ventilation, poor cleaning, and excessive emissions of VOCs from surfaces and finishes. Products bearing the floor score label meets the stringent indoor air quality emissions criteria.
So, what does this mean to you? It means that your family can breathe easier. Studies show that many of us spend as much as 90% of our time indoors, at home, work, or school. If you’re breathing poor quality air, you could be facing a higher risk level for a variety of health problems. Therefore, you should keep Floor Score Certified in mind when shopping for floors.
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