Hybrid Flooring Yering
If you're regularly torn between vinyl and laminate flooring, we have a recommendation for you - hybrid flooring. It effectively combines vinyl’s best qualities with some of laminate’s preferable ones. Moreover, this type of flooring has a rigid and environmentally friendly core that makes it resistant to extreme temperatures and water.
While there is an acoustic backing beneath the core, there are 3 functional layers on top of it - a decorative layer, a clear wear layer, and the surface treatment. Ultimately, hybrid flooring is beautiful, functional, and durable. Our hybrid flooring Yering fitters will help you to select the right floorings and install for you with affordable prices.
Professional Hybrid Flooring Supplier in Yering
If you are still uncertain about whether to get hybrid flooring, here are a few reasons to go this route.
Benefits of hybrid flooring
- It is durable and fade-resistant
- Since it can be installed on top of preexisting flooring, it’s installation is quite affordable
- Maintaining this type of flooring is easy because it is easy to clean and doesn’t trap dirt
- Because of the acoustic backing most of these floors have, they mute sounds without compromising on comfort
- All of our hybrid floors come with a warranty
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Yering is a rural/residential area 40 km north-east of Melbourne and 8 km north-east of Lilydale. It is part of the noted Yarra Valley wine-growing area. The nearest adjoining town is Coldstream.
Yering is situated at the western edge of the winegrowing area, and grazing is equally in evidence. The Lilydale airport is in the west of Yering, along with the Melbourne Gun Club and the Yering Meadows Golf Course (2008) operated by Croydon Golf Club. There is a primary school (17 pupils, 2014) and a disused station on the railway line which was closed in 1981. The Yering River flats and the Yering swamp adjoin the Yarra River, and the river runs through a gap in an escarpment known as the Yering Gorge.