It is a floating floor which is not attached to the sub surface. This makes it easier to install as it is not exactly flooring material which needs to be fixed to the subsurface. Bushboard worktops come in tongue and grove planks which are either snap on or glue on and they can be attached to one another above foam or film underlayment.

It is made of four layers which are laminated or fused together.

* A Top layer is the wear or protective layer which is transparent, hard and thick providing resistance to stains, scratches and absorbs sound

* A wood grain photographic layer below the transparent layer gives the finish of wood flooring.

* A Core layer which is the high or medium density fiberboards (HDF/MDF) that uses wood fibers compressed together with resin.

* A Backing layer made from plastic or melamine protects the floor from warping and moisture