SPC flooring has become of the most popular trends in home flooring. SPC flooring is made out of stone and plastic composite, it offers many pros and also a great alternative to engineered or solid hardwood flooring. Today I will be talking about the many benefits of SPC flooring.
One of the winning qualities of SPC flooring is that it’s 100% waterproof which is a common problem associated with hardwood flooring. SPC flooring can also be installed in many more places than hardwood floors such as laundry rooms, bathrooms, etc. SPC flooring is more stable in environments with a lot of moisture.
Many homeowners appreciate that SPC floors are easy to install. You can place it them on top of many different types of subfloors or existing flooring. Most designs simply click into place, eliminating the need for messy and complicated glues.
SPC flooring is generally less expensive than any other type of flooring. It offers many benefits and quality for less.
Nowadays, SPC flooring has come really far and close to matching the feel of authentic hardwood. With new innovations and technologies being found, it’s almost inevitable that SPC flooring will be able to completely replicate hardwood floors.
The thick, stable bottom layers of each plank make SPC flooring more cushioned than other types of flooring. The thicker the plank you choose, the more comfortable it will feel underfoot. These dense layers also contribute to a quieter sound when walking on SPC floors; they usually do not have a hollow or thin sound like standard vinyl often does.
SPC rigid core vinyl flooring is very durable. Because it is incredibly dense, it’s resistant to impacts, stains, scratches, and wear and tear. This flooring style is a great choice for busy households because in addition to holding up well, it is easy to keep clean. Maintenance involves only regular vacuuming or sweeping and occasional mopping. Over time, this type of flooring resists fading, peeling, and cupping. It also withstands direct exposure to sunlight.