Balterio laminate flooring

Balterio laminate flooring

A great choice for those with sensitive noses would be Balterio Laminate Flooring; this type of flooring choice has a hard and sealed top layer, which means no dust can collect on it. Additionally, the Balterio ClickXpress rolling system will ensure a perfect connection between the seams of the different laminate planks to eliminate dust collection in the seams.

For a foot-warming experience, select underfloor heating with your laminate floor purchase. However, note that when you purchase a underflooring heating unit that is of the reversible type (one that cools in the summer as well as warming in the winter), is incompatible with laminate flooring.

When choosing from the selection of Balterio Laminate Flooring, please know this type of flooring is best suited to areas that aren’t exposed to repeated water exposure, such as bathrooms and saunas. The permanent presence of humidity and/or steam increases the risk of the planks swelling, which causes damage to your floor. Additionally, do not leave water standing on any Balterio Laminate Flooring product.

If you already have a laminate flooring product laid and wish to install a Balterio Laminate Flooring product, no problem. As long as the surface is flat, clean, and a subfloor is laid under the new laminate, you will be fine. Note that if there is underfloor heating, there is a great chance that energy costs will be higher.

Maintenance of your Balterio Laminate Flooring product is easy. Clean the floor with a dry, microfiber cloth, and every once in a while, clean the floor with a slightly moist cloth to really make your floor shine. It is important that moisture and/or water never remains on the laminate floor.

If you wish, you can also clean the laminate floor with a vacuum cleaner – just use a parquet brush on your vacuum or switch the cleaner head to brush position. If you see a stain on your Balterio Laminate Flooring product, moisten a cloth with water or acetone and wipe the stain clean. If you find a grease stain, try using 2 mL of lemon juice or vinegar in a bucket of clean water and cleaning the laminate floor with a well-wrung cloth.