Commercial flooring installation

Clicking the floor in place is very easy, thanks to our patented PerfectFold™ installation system. You simply fold the floor into place. The system is designed for commercial application and has a very strong and stable locking mechanism. Don't forget to install your underfloor with vapor barrier first to ensure good acoustic performances of your Pergo floor.


Our unique click system Perfect Fold 3.0™ offers three ways of installation and thus makes installation of commercial laminate flooring fast and easy in every situation. The PerfectFold™3.0 click-system ensures a stable locking, minimizing risk of gaps and height differences.


Where other commercial vinyl floors struggle to stay in place, our new, strong Perfect-Fold™ V click system helps your floor remain stable. PerfectFold™ V was created for vinyl floors and features vertical as well as horizontal locking to make installation both fast and easy. Just fold it down or snap it in place!


Pergo wood floors can either be clicked in place for floating installation or clicked and glued. Our unique click system Perfect Fold 3.0™ makes installation fast and easy. The click system ensures a stable locking.


For a large area, the ideal installing method is drop down. When installing the first row of planks you can easily angle them in place. Our floors can also be inserted horizontally, an option for places that are hard to reach.

Pergo Laminate Installation Dropdown

Drop down

The ideal method for quickly installing a large area. Click the plank at the long side joint, slide it until it meets the end of the previously installed plank, and press down.

Pergo Installation Laminate Angle


If you prefer, Pergo offers a third option for installing your new laminate floor. Simply angle and click the planks together at the short end.

Pergo Installation Laminate Horizontal

Insert horizontally - unique feature!

Pergo laminate floors can also be inserted horizontally, a unique feature compared to many other brands. This is very convenient in places where it is difficult or impossible to tilt the planks, such as when installing the last row of planks, or under door frames, radiators, etc.