Alloc is one of the most popular laminate flooring companies in the world today. Having been in the market for decades, it now offers quality products needed by all home builders. Apart from the factory outlet and local retail stores, there are many online stores which now sell the Alloc laminate flooring and all the accessories.

When online, it is important to understand the product features before you place an order. One way of categorizing the products is by the price. You may want to purchase the floorboards in boxes, per square foot or as individual planks. The prices are different, therefore be wise in your selection. Per square foot, the price ranges from $0 to about $3. These prices depend on the model of the flooring. Some of these models are Alloc Elite, Alloc Original, Alloc Commercial, Alloc Tile, Alloc Stone, Alloc Domestic, Alloc City Scapes and Alloc Commercial Stone.

Another search criterion for the Alloc laminate flooring is the warranty period. All Alloc products come with a warranty that guarantees you durability and good performance of the product because they are usually of very high quality. The least warranty period for an Alloc product is 10 years. Others have a warranty period of 15 years, 20 years, 25 years, 30 years, 40 years and some a lifetime warranty. These are for residential use. There is also a warranty for light commercial and heavy commercial products.

The colours to choose from include: Ash, Bamboo, Beech, Cherry, Exotic, Fruit Tree, Hickory, Mahogany, Maple, Oak, Pecan, Pine, Rustic, Walnut and Wenge. This is just a matter of your taste and preference. You may also want to choose a color that matches the interior décor of your home.

Some Alloc floor pieces have beveled edges, i.e. reducing to a sloping edge. The commercial durability of the different models may vary, so you have to choose according to your flooring needs. The hand-scraped models are the ones whose decorative sheet paints a picture of some scraping done on the floorboard. Other models may have a high gloss, which depends on the lighting condition of the room in which the floor is installed. Some models come with an attached underlayment while others don’t have one. You may choose from products with waxed edges or those without waxed edges.

All these product varieties are priced differently, but it should not be cause for confusion. It requires time to select the product of your choice, but you’ll get the needed satisfaction once purchased.


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