The most common material for floating floors is laminate or solid wood. It is also possible to select materials such as vinyl or cork. Laminate flooring is financially somewhat less demanding, and its acquisition is more common.
Wood is a quality and traditional natural material and therefore it is necessary to pay a little extra. Suspiciously inexpensive laminate floating floors are not very high quality. You need to be careful when choosing. Only a quality product will serve you properly, it will have a long life and will be well maintained.
Floor Load Classes
Floating floors are also divided into load classes. You should choose a class based on your planned floor location. Mainly depending on whether it is intended for commercial premises, where there is a risk of higher pollution and damage, or to the apartment.