Laminate flooring from Krono Original® impresses with both its inner and outer qualities. Find out more about the convenient features of laminate flooring and everything you need to know about this popular flooring.
When you think about laminate flooring you don’t think about real wood, so the most common environmental question is that how is laminate flooring effected when it comes the environment.
Actually, Krono laminate wooden floors consist of 90% wood that is produced from domestic and sustainably managed forests. All of Krono wooden floors are produced using low emissions, natural resources, without heavy metals or pesticides. They also follow the E1 classification guidelines for laminate flooring.
Any old Krono flooring can be disposed of safely with your household waste.
It is a legal requirement for the wood flooring suppliers to clearly markup the sources of the wood. It is good practice to look for suppliers that display the origination of the wood
JG Flooring only supply wooden flooring from reputable suppliers such as Quick Step and Elka. They all include information as to the origination and sustainability of their wood and processes.
Krono Wooden Floors
Kronos supply wood-based panel products certified by the Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes (PEFC) or Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). These products use timber from verified well managed forests, which ensures a renewable and sustainable resource.
Together with their suppliers, they strive to achieve the lowest possible environmental impact.
- They ensure the lowest possible environmental impact to soil, water and air
- They promote maximum recycling of our wastes as well as we accelerate recycling of waste wood from other producers
- They handle, use, store and destroy chemicals in environmentally, healthy and safe ways