Waterproof flooring in a Green Bay, WI home

What is SPC flooring?

This waterproof flooring is?engineered vinyl with a technologically advanced core, the SPC (stone plastic composite). With its firm, rigid feeling of a hard surface, these floors won?t peel or ripple no matter how much water there is or for how long. You?ll also hear the phrase "WPC floors." The wood plastic composite (WPC) core offers the same high moisture protection level but has a warmer, more resilient, and cushion-like feeling on which to walk.

Is waterproof flooring the same as water-resistant?

No, and we hear a lot of people use the terms interchangeably. Waterproof is inherent because the product was constructed entirely of waterproof materials. There are no special coatings or backings, and as a result, it is waterproof from bottom to top. That means you can spill on it or submerge it, and it will always be okay. Water-resistant floors may make it difficult for water to penetrate, but there?s still the chance that it can absorb and create damage.

Affordable elegance

SPC or WPC floors are luxury vinyl (LVF) and, while LVF is also completely waterproof, these floors are thicker and replace the original vinyl composite core with the SPC and WPC. As a result, they have the same high end, sophisticated designs and functional characteristics that are the cornerstone of (LVF).

Photographs of wood, stone, or tile are taken with 3D photography, with micro beveling and deep embossing to add depth, dimension, and textured features. A great design feature is that the material can be cut into long planks that mimic hardwood or groutable squares to echo stone or tile; many feel the extra seams add even more to the realism.

With SPC (or WPC) floor, you can have wood-look flooring in your bathroom. Wood floors are trending, but genuine wood isn?t recommended for this steamy, wettest room. Get this material cut into boards for some very realistic vinyl plank flooring, and you?ll have it all.

Whether you want waterproof flooring, carpet edge binding, subfloor repair, or more, we can do it! Visit the Bayland Flooring showroom in New Franken, WI, convenient to New Franken, Franken, Green Bay, and surrounding areas.