Flooring layers

Definition of Foam Inner Core

A foam inner core refers to the support layer of a multi-layer flooring product.

This layer is made of polyurethane foam, which is durable and resilient to provide support and stability to the top layers of a flooring product.

Vinyl flooring alternatives have a foam inner core to add to the comfort and cushioning of these flooring materials.

This inner core will vary in thickness, depending on its intended use. It offers several benefits, including:

  • Improved impact resistance
  • Enhanced sound insulation
  • Increased cushioning and improved underfoot comfort

Example of Foam Inner Core in a Sentence

“The foam inner core in vinyl and laminate flooring makes it softer on the feet.”

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