Can I Put Furniture Directly On A SPC And LVT Floor?
We recommend always placing felt floor protectors under chair legs and furniture.
Can SPC And LVT Pieces Be Cut?
Yes. It may be necessary to cut planks to fit during installation. We recommend using a circular saw or reciprocating saw for this.
Can I Install SPC And LVT Myself?
Yes. They are the newest generation of high-quality resilient flooring. Simply follow the steps and you will experience how easily this product is installed in just a few hours.
Can I Install SPC And LVT Outdoors?
While they are waterproof and extremely durable, it is designed for indoor applications only.
Can I Install SPC And LVT On The Walls?
They are not recommended for use on walls.
Can I Put SPC And LVT In My Basement?
Yes. Both can be installed on, below and above grade.
Can I Put SPC And LVT Flooring In My Kitchen?
Yes. They are an ideal choice for rooms that are typically exposed to moisture.
Is SPC Flooring Safe?
Yes, the basic material is Stone-Plastic composite, it's formaldehyde-free, completely safe flooring covering materials for both residential and public environment.
Is Vinyl Flooring Waterproof?
In short, vinyl flooring is waterproof, but that does not mean it will survive flooding! When a vinyl specifies it is waterproof, it simply means surface water will not affect the flooring or cause any damage.
Is SPC Flooring Waterproof?
SPC and regular LVP are both waterproof and safe from spills, moisture, and humidity. They are ideal for wet environments like bathrooms and kitchens, and also hold up well to pets.
What Is The Difference Between WPC And SPC Flooring?
In WPC flooring, this is made from wood plastic composite, while with SPC, it is made from stone plastic composite. The stone is stiffer, sturdier, and less resilient. Imagine WPC flooring as your plush, luxurious home carpet.
What Is LVT Flooring Made Of?
The primary layer (the core) is made of high-density fiberboard (HFD). This gives laminate flooring its rigidity and strength. LVT is made in layers as well; its primary component is PVC vinyl, which makes LVT dimensionally stable and flexible.
What Is SPC Flooring Made Of?
SPC Vinyl Flooring stands for stone plastic composite vinyl flooring. Similar to WPC vinyl, an SPC vinyl is an engineered luxury vinyl that combines limestone and stabilizers to create an extremely durable core.
What Is Vinyl Flooring?
With planks, tiles, sheets, and more, vinyl flooring is one of the biggest categories on the flooring market. First things first, let’s get one thing straight: Vinyl flooring today is not the vinyl flooring of the 1970s with dated prints and cheap materials. Vinyl flooring today is full of possibilities, style, and class.
What Is SPC Flooring?
SPC (Stone Plastic Composite) flooring is an upgraded version of LVT. It is sometimes also known as RVP or Rigid Vinyl Plank.
SPC flooring consists of several layers: UV coating, wear layer, SPC print layer, SPC core, and a balanced layer. The backing can vary thanks to various options including EVA, corkwood, and IXPE foam.
It boasts high peel strength, minimal noise when walked on, no distortion or warping, heat and sound insulation, and no harmful emissions. It is also eco-friendly and completely waterproof.
What Is LVT Flooring?
LVT (Luxury Vinyl Tile) is an innovative, updated version of vinyl flooring. Its realistic designs mimic the look of real wood, ceramic, or stone flooring while still being affordable.
This increasingly popular option is also hard-wearing, scratch-resistant, and waterproof, making it a top contender for any room in a home or commercial space.
LVT flooring, such as our popular Airlay Alpine 3 mm and 5 mm ranges, consists of multiple thin layers that offer flexibility, durability, and low maintenance.