Luxury Hybrid Flooring
If you want the look of natural timber floors but wish they were more durable and hard-wearing, hybrid flooring could be the perfect choice for you. Using the very latest in flooring manufacturing technology, hybrid flooring combines the stylish appearance of timber with the durability of laminate. So you can feel confident that your beautiful new floors will last for a long time into the future, even if you have kids or pets!
At Mayne Rugs & Flooring, we supply and fit hybrid flooring in Sydney. We offer an extensive range of luxury hybrid flooring products for you to choose from, enabling you to get the perfect look for your home.
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Luxury hybrid flooring offers a wide variety of benefits. Obviously, the first of these is its durability. Having new floors installed can be disruptive, so it is an experience you don't want to repeat too often. With hybrid flooring, you’re choosing a product that you can trust to last a long time, and that offers excellent value for money.
Another significant benefit of hybrid flooring is that it is 100% waterproof. This makes it ideal for use in areas of the home that could get wet, such as kitchens and bathrooms.Thirdly, hybrid flooring helps to reduce noise in your home, as it is backed with an acoustic layer that minimises sound resonance. As a result, you can install it in upstairs rooms, safe in the knowledge you won’t be disturbing anyone downstairs.
The hybrid flooring available at Mayne Rugs & Flooring is a type of flooring that combines the best features of laminate and vinyl flooring. The core of the flooring consists of a rigid composite board (RCB) and is covered by a decorative layer that imitates the look of solid or engineered timber. To prevent damage from wear and tear, a UV-coated top layer is applied. Hybrid flooring is more durable than laminate and offers better moisture resistance than vinyl.
- Hybrid flooring is durable and scratch-resistant.
- It offers good water resistance, making it suitable for bathrooms and kitchens.
- It can be installed over most existing flooring, saving time and money.
- Hybrid flooring comes in a wide range of styles and colours, mimicking the look of real wood or stone.
- Hybrid flooring can be more expensive than other flooring options.
- It can be difficult to repair if damaged.
- It can be slippery when wet, making it less safe for some households.
Yes, hybrid flooring can be installed over most existing flooring, including concrete, ceramic tiles, and wooden floors. However, it's important to ensure that the existing flooring is clean, dry and level before installation.
The lifespan of hybrid flooring depends on the quality of the product and how well it is maintained. On average, hybrid flooring can last between 10–25 years.
To clean and maintain hybrid flooring, follow these steps:
- Sweep or vacuum the floor regularly to remove dirt and dust.
- Wipe up spills immediately with a damp cloth.
- Use a pH-neutral cleaner specifically designed for hybrid flooring.
- Avoid using abrasive or harsh cleaners, as they can damage the surface.
Yes, hybrid flooring is suitable for high-traffic areas as it is durable and scratch-resistant. However, it's important to choose a product with a high AC rating, which measures a floor's durability and resistance to wear.
Most hybrid flooring products are water-resistant, but not completely waterproof. However, some brands offer hybrid flooring with a waterproof core, which can withstand water spills and moisture.
How does the cost of hybrid flooring compare to other flooring options?
Hybrid flooring can be more expensive than laminate flooring, but less expensive than hardwood flooring. The cost of hybrid flooring can vary depending on the quality of the product, the brand and the size of the area to be covered.