Pergo Extreme: The highest level of beauty and performance
To use a popular phrase, they all talk the talk, but Pergo Extreme walks the walk.
You may recognize the name; after all, it was Pergo who first introduced laminate flooring to America in the 1970s, but now they've taken it one step further, with a new version of luxury vinyl flooring (LVF), offering extreme, well, everything.
While all LVF is a good simulation of wood, tile, or stone, Pergo Extreme takes it a step further by offering ultra-fine, precise, and delicate images with deep texturing that can make it worthy of any design page. When you walk into one of the CW Floors facilities, be sure to look at it so you can see the difference for yourself.
Why Rigid Vinyl?
The difference with Pergo Extreme is rigid vinyl, an engineered product with a rigid core construction called SPC (stone plastic composite) that makes each plank solid, sturdier, less pliable, and 100 percent water-resistant.
It's almost as if you're standing on concrete, and you can keep splashing water, spilling liquid, and toppling pet water dishes and it won't peel or ripple because it's 100 percent water-resistant.
You've probably heard the words "thickness matters" but, here, it doesn't matter; in fact, you might even think to yourself that it's too thin to be so durable, but that strength is what makes this product stand out, and helps to give it that subdued charm. It just doesn't have even a hint of a utility look.
Rigid vinyl is so durable that, not so long ago, it was used primarily for commercial flooring because it could withstand any amount of foot traffic. More and more, it's become popular as a residential product over the years, probably because of the extreme beauty offered by this Pergo product.
Needless to say, there are no worries if you entertain frequently or have reason to have other high foot traffic, running pets, or kids that constantly dash in and out of the house.
Pergo Extreme also offers easy installation. You can install it yourself if you want, placing it right over most floorings. The planks just click together like a puzzle.
Come see for yourself! Visit the CW Floors showroom in Denton, Rockwall, or San Antonio, TX.