Hybrid planks may be the new kid on the block, but they’re making themselves at home! Combining the best features of both luxury vinyl and laminate planks, this hybrid type of flooring has become much more mainstream than many predicted. It’s core is made with limestone, so you know it’s bloody tough!
Still not sure about this material? Check out some of the photos of homes we’ve built for our clients (mind the mess- some are still under construction!). And make sure you check out the FAQs at the bottom of the page.
The core of a hybrid plank is limestone (compared to luxury vinyl’s PVC) so they can click into place.
No, skirting boards are not essential. However, Move Homes installs a scotia to help finish off the floor.
They look great and are available in a huge range colours and widths, so you’ve got plenty of choice. Their limestone core makes them more stable to temperature variations, so they won’t click out of place.
Hybrid planks are actually stuck to your floor with glue. Don’t worry, we don’t mean Clag glue! We’re talking about heaving duty glue that makes very hard for your planks to move or lift off.
No. Because hybrid planks are made from limestone, they do not expand or contract like many laminate planks do.
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