Trioflor Rigid core luxury vinyl flooring, also known as SPC Flooring, is the most durable waterproof vinyl flooring option on the market. It has a similar structure to WPC, but it has an ultra-tough core, which is the origin of the name "rigid core".
SPC is an industry term for Stone Plastic Composite or Stone Polymer Composite (these terms are used interchangeably). It describes the ultra-tough core of a rigid core luxury vinyl floor. The stone-plastic composite material makes the core layer almost indestructible, maintaining its shape even on uneven sub-floors.
This means that you can install SPC rigid core luxury vinyl flooring on almost any existing (hard surface) subfloor at any level, and it is suitable for any traffic volume.
Acoustic layer: This is a solid foundation for your plank. Usually, the backing will also have pre-attached padding.
SPC core: SPC Flooring contains a strong waterproof core, no matter how much liquid you touch, there will be no ripples or swelling. The core material is very dense and does not contain the foaming agent found in traditional WPC flooring. It reduces your softness under your feet slightly, but it makes the floor more durable.
Printed vinyl layer: This layer has super-realistic photo images, making the vinyl look very much like stone and wood.
Wear-resistant layer: The wear-resistant layer is like a bodyguard of a wooden board; it can protect your floor from abrasion. In the case of the wear layer, thicker still means better. SPC Flooring usually comes with a thick wear layer option to provide heavy-duty protection.
While searching for the perfect vinyl flooring, you’ve probably come across the terms SPC and WPC. Wanting to learn the differences and compare SPC vs WPC vinyl? You’re in the right place. Both options are known for being 100% waterproof. SPC vinyl is a newer product with a signature rigid core that is virtually indestructible. WPC vinyl has been the gold standard for vinyl flooring and features a waterproof core that’s comfortable as well as functional. In this head-to-head showdown, discover the pros and cons of SPC and WPC, learn how they’re made, and even compare the cost, durability, and comfort.View More
If you have been shopping for flooring recently or even if you are in the flooring industry you have probably noticed the massive influx of vinyl flooring options that have flooded the marketplace in recent years. While vinyl flooring is not a new category, many of its latest incarnations are. You might be familiar with acronyms such as VCT (vinyl composite tile) or LVT (luxury vinyl tile), but it seems like every manufacturer likes to come up with new terms and acronyms with every product release, and there has been no consensus historically of what those acronyms really mean. A few examples of this include the acronyms WPC and SPC. When we first started seeing these new flooring types emerge into the marketplace in 2012, many manufacturers referred to WPC as “wood plastic composite” because of a small amount of wood fiber mixed into the expanded foam core. Likewise, SPC was largely referred to “stone plastic composite” or “solid plastic composite” because of the limestone content within the solid core. Both were also referred to as “rigid core”.View More
Before we discuss how these two floor types differ from each other, it is important that we understand what the initials stand for and, importantly, how each floor is constructed. SPC Vinyl Flooring SPC stands for Stone Plastic Composite or Stone Polymer Composite. The flooring has a rigid core made of limestone (calcium carbonate), plasticizers, and polyvinyl chloride (PVC). SPC vinyl floors consist of five layers – UV coating that prevents them from discoloration from the sun, wear layer that makes them stain– and scratch-resistant, vinyl layer usually printed with different colors and patterns, SPC core made of limestone, PVC, and stabilizers, and a base layer. These floors are dense, sturdy, quiet, and dimensionally stable. WPC Vinyl Flooring WPC is short for Wood Plastic Composite and its core comprises of recycled wood or wood-like materials, PVC, plasticizers, calcium carbonate, and a foaming agent.View More
Similar to dryback luxury vinyl flooring (which is the traditional type of luxury vinyl that requires an adhesive to install), SPC and WPC flooring are comprised of multiple layers of backing that are fused together. However, unlike dryback flooring, both flooring options feature a rigid core and are a harder product all around. Because SPC’s core layer is comprised of limestone, it has a higher density in comparison to WPC, though is thinner overall. This makes it more durable compared to WPC. Its high density offers better resistance from scratches or dents from heavy items or furniture being placed on top of it and makes it less susceptible to expansion in cases of extreme temperature change. One important thing to note is that although SPC and WPC are often marketed as being waterproof, they are actually water resistant. Though neither product is entirely waterproof if submerged underwater, topical spills or moisture should not be an issue if properly cleaned in a reasonable amount of time.View More
Main Differences between WPC and SPC Vinyl Floors Besides the materials used to create the core of this flooring style, the following are the key differences between WPC vinyl flooring and SPC vinyl flooring. Thickness WPC floors have a thicker core than SPC floors. Plank thickness for WPC floors is generally about 5.5 to 8 millimeters, while SPC floors are usually between 3.2 and 7 millimeters thick. Foot Feel When it comes to how the flooring feels underfoot, WPC vinyl has the advantage. Because it has a thicker core compared to SPC flooring, it feels more stable and cushioned when walking on it. That thickness also helps to provide insulation to keep the floors warmer. wpc vinyl flooring These floors have got Click Lock, FloorScore®, 100% Waterproof, and heavy durability. Featuring Vesdura Vinyl Planks 8.5mm WPC Click Lock XL Romulus Collection in Akaroa Ash. Sound Insulation The thicker core of WPC floors also makes them superior when it comes to sound insulation. The thickness helps to absorb the sound, so it’s quieter when walking on these floors. Durability You might think that WPC flooring would offer improved durability since it is thicker than SPC flooring, but the opposite is actually true. SPC floors may not be as thick, but they are considerably denser than WPC floors. This makes them better at resisting damage from impacts or heavy weights. Stability WPC floors and SPC floors can both be installed in any room with moisture exposure and temperature fluctuations. But when it comes to extreme temperature changes, SPC flooring tends to offer superior performance. The denser core of SPC floors makes them even more resistant to expanding and contracting than WPC floors. Price SPC floors are more affordable than WPC floors. However, don’t pick your floors based on price alone. Be sure to consider all the potential benefits and drawbacks between these two flooring options before choosing one.View More
Whether you are doing a home remodel, building from the ground up, or adding to an existing structure, flooring is bound to be something you consider. Rigid core flooring has become extremely popular in home design. Homeowners are choosing this type of flooring for its stylish aesthetic as well as its relatively affordable pricing. When implementing rigid core flooring, there are two main types, SPC vinyl flooring, and WPC vinyl flooring. Both have their pros and cons, but in our opinion, the clear winner is SPC vinyl flooring. In this article, we will discuss four reasons why SPC vinyl flooring is better than WPC vinyl flooring. First, how are SPC vinyl flooring and WPC vinyl flooring similar? SPC and WPC vinyl flooring are similar in the way that they are constructed. Also, both types of vinyl flooring are completely waterproof. Their construction is as follows: Wear layer: This is a thin, transparent layer that provides scratch and stain resistance. Vinyl layer: This is the layer that’s printed with the desired flooring pattern and color. Core layer: This is a waterproof core made from either stone plastic composite or wood plastic composite. Base layer: This is the base of the flooring plank that is comprised of either EVA foam or cork. Secondly, what is the main difference between SPC vinyl flooring and WPC vinyl flooring? The answer to this question is their core composites. SPC stands for stone plastic composite, while WPC stands for wood plastic composite. In the case of SPC vinyl flooring, the core is comprised of a mixture of natural limestone, polyvinyl chloride, and stabilizers. In the case of WPC vinyl flooring, the core is comprised of recycled wood pulps and plastic composites. Now that we’ve laid out the main similarities and differences, we’ll discuss why SPC vinyl flooring is the better choice over WPC vinyl flooring. Durability Even though WPC vinyl flooring is thicker than SPC vinyl flooring, SPC is actually more durable. Even though they are not as thick, they are much denser which means they are more resistant to damage from heavy impacts. Stability While both types of flooring are waterproof and can handle fluctuations in moisture and temperature, SPC vinyl flooring offers superior protection against extreme temperature changes. Price If price point is an important factor to you, SPC is the more affordable of the two. You can find SPC for less than $1.00 per square foot. Formaldehyde Unlike SPC vinyl flooring, formaldehyde is used in the production of WPC vinyl flooring. In fact, most wood flooring contains some level of formaldehyde. This is due to being present in the resin used to press the wood fibers together. While EPA regulations are in place to keep amounts at safe levels, some companies have been found guilty of shipping products containing hazardous levels of formaldehyde to the U.S. and other countries. This can be seen in this test performed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention which revealed that specific types of wood laminate flooring contained hazardous levels of formaldehyde.View More
New technology has made it possible to create new vinyl floor options. Some of the latest flooring products on the market include the rigid-core luxury vinyl products, which are manufactured a rigid or solid core for extra robustness. The different luxury vinyl options available for installation in your projects are Stone Plastic Composite (SPC) then Wood Plastic Composite (WPC). Construction While both SPC and WPC flooring share various traits, there are some differences that should be considered any time you are deciding which floor works best for your project. SPC flooring has a core normally comprising of 60 percent limestone, plasticizing agents, and polyvinyl chloride. In contrast, WPC has a core constructed from polyvinyl chloride, plasticizers, calcium carbonate, and wood-like or wood flour materials. WPC manufacturers are increasingly replacing the original wood materials with various wood-like plasticizers. Durability and Stability The SPC core layer has limestone, which offers this flooring a higher density but thinner look when compared to a WPC floor. The core layer makes SPC flooring more durable while offering better resistance to dents or scratches from heavy furniture or items placed on top of it. In addition, the floor is also less susceptible to expansion in the event of extreme temperature changes. It is critical to note that while WPC floors and SPC floors are both often marketed as waterproof, they are water-resistant. This means that both products are not waterproof once submerged in water. However, the typical moisture and spills are not an issue when you follow up with proper cleaning within a reasonable period. Applications In terms of comfort, WPC contains a foaming agent, which makes it more comfortable underfoot and less dense compared to SPC flooring. This makes WPC the ideal flooring material for areas or rooms where employees or residents are constantly standing. Further, WPC offers better sound absorption quality compared to SPC flooring, which is ideal for use in office spaces and/or classrooms. WPC and SPC were originally designed for use in commercial spaces for their durability, but homeowners have realized the benefits of their rigid cores and easy installation. Plus, they also bring homeowners different design options to suit different tastes in addition to durability. However, note that some WPC and SPC products vary from light commercial to full commercial use, something you need to verify with the manufacturer to ensure what warranty applies. Both SPC and WPC floors do not require extensive subfloor preparation before installation. But, installing on flat surfaces is always the best thing to do. Fortunately, both rigid core luxury vinyl options can hide floor imperfections like divots or cracks thanks to the core composition. Overall While SPC and WPC floors are within the same price range, the SPC flooring is usually more affordable. Overall, there is no clear winner on which flooring is better. Both SPC and WPC come with several similarities but a few important differences. A WPC flooring option offers you a comfortable and quieter underfoot experience, while the SPC features a higher density. Choosing the right product for your project really depends on your flooring requirements for a specific room.View More
You may have narrowed your flooring selection down to vinyl plank flooring, but if you have also opted for a waterproof option, you still have a few choices to consider. Both wood and stone plastic composite cores are available, and you will want to know which one best fits your requirements, which we will discuss briefly in today’s post. Luxury vinyl flooring options If you choose a vinyl composite tile or luxury vinyl plank, you will select between stone plastic composite (SPC) and wood-plastic composite (WPC). The main difference between the two is that the WPC core comprises wood by-products, while SPC replaces the wood with stone. Stone composite gives you a more rigid construction, offering a dense and durable construction that resists dents, dings, and scratches extremely well. Even though these materials are generally thinner than WPC, they still maintain a dense rigidity that makes them perfect for floating applications. Wood-plastic composite maintains outstanding durability, especially in resisting scuffs, scratches, and stains, but provides more warm-to-the-touch comfort and noise-canceling properties than stone. This benefit can be especially sought-after in areas such as kitchens, where standing for extended periods is a common occurrence.View More
SPC Flooring SPC stands for Stone Polymer Composite and as you can likely tell from its name, features stone in its makeup. With a slightly thinner core than WPC flooring, SPC is more rigid and has less cushioning. However, this core density also lends to the incredible strength of SPC flooring. In turn, this makes SPC planks heavier in weight than WPC planks. SPC flooring also slightly carries sound, while WPC flooring tends to absorb it. It is also believed by many that SPC is more impervious to UV rays and light, although, again, this is not a proven face.View More
With so many different types of vinyl flooring on the market, it can be hard to figure out which one will be best for your project and needs. When it comes to rigid core construction, WPC and SPC vinyl floors are very similar. The main differences lie within the construction of the planks. Below we will outline the main similarities and differences of WPC vs SPC vinyl flooring. WPC vs SPC Vinyl Differences Plank Thickness – Most WPC vinyl floors will be thicker than a standard SPC vinyl. WPC vinyl flooring usually ranges from 5mm to 8mm, while and SPC vinyl will stay around 4mm to 6mm. Comfort Under Foot – Due to the construction of the rigid cores, the WPC vinyl will be softer on the foot than an SPC vinyl. WPC vinyls use a foaming agent within the core to give it added cushion. An SPC vinyl is most limestone with little fillers and adhering agents. This gives the SPC vinyl floor a more sturdy feel under foot. With an added underlayment, your SPC vinyl will have a softer feel under foot. Dent Resistance – With an SPC vinyl core being primarily stone based, it will give the floor a more superior dent resistance versus a WPC vinyl. The WPC vinyl is dent resistant, however, it is a softer floor construction that will not be as resilient. An SPC vinyl floor would be the best choice in commercial applications due to this factor. Temperature Fluctuations – If you’re dealing with drastic temperature fluctuations, such as a cabin that is unheated in the winter, an SPC vinyl will have superior performance over a WPC vinyl. Going back to the core construction, an SPC vinyl’s stone make up and dense structure makes it less susceptible to movement than a WPC vinyl option. Price – Typically, a SPC vinyl will be more affordable than a WPC vinyl. Different features, such as attached underlayments or special wear layers will vary the prices. WPC vs SPC Vinyl Similarities Appearance – Both WPC and SPC vinyl floors have very realistic surfaces. With improved digital printing technology available today, most vinyl floors will have a beautiful look and feel. Find WPC and SPC vinyls with a variety of decors, styles, colors and textures. Application – Like most vinyl flooring options, WPC and SPC vinyl can be installed below, on and above grade. They can be installed in wet areas, such as kitchens and bathrooms, as well as commercial spaces. Installation – Rigid core vinyls are click lock floors that are DIY friendly. WPC and SPC vinyl flooring have a tongue and groove construction that clicks together with no need for glues or nails. Maintenance & Cleaning – Cleaning and maintenance is a breeze with WPC and SPC vinyl flooring. Regular sweeping mixed with occasional deep cleaning is all you need to keep these floors looking great.View More
SPC Vinyl Flooring Overview Stone plastic composite vinyl flooring is considered to be an upgraded version of engineered vinyl flooring. SPC rigid flooring is set apart from other types of vinyl flooring by its uniquely resilient core layer. This core is made from a combination of natural limestone powder, polyvinyl chloride, and stabilizers. This provides an incredibly stable base for each flooring plank. You can’t tell that is what’s inside these floors once they’re installed. The floors look like any other engineered vinyl floors, with the core completely hidden underneath. Each plank of SPC rigid vinyl flooring is constructed with the following layers: Wear layer: This transparent layer is at the top. It provides resistance to scratches and stains and is easy to keep clean. Vinyl layer: This layer provides the decoration for the plank. Colors and patterns are printed onto the vinyl. SPC layer: This is the dense, waterproof core for the plank made of natural limestone powder, polyvinyl chloride, and stabilizers. It provides rigidity and stability for the plank. Pre-attached underpad: This layer is generally made from IXPE or EVA foam, which provides sound insulation and cushioning. Pros and Cons of SPC Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring Benefits of SPC SPC rigid vinyl flooring is quickly becoming one of the most popular trends in home flooring. Installing SPC vinyl flooring offers the following benefits to homeowners: Waterproof One of the biggest benefits of choosing SPC rigid core vinyl flooring is that it has a completely waterproof core. Unlike hardwood, you can install it in the wetter areas of the home such as laundry rooms. Making it a great flooring option for bathrooms and kitchens. The waterproof feature also makes this board more stable in environments where moisture and temperature can fluctuate. Easy Installation Many homeowners appreciate that SPC floors are easy to install. You can place them on top of many different types of subfloors or existing flooring. If you choose the ‘snap vinyl flooring’ designs you will eliminate the need for messy and complicated glues. Affordability While it is more expensive than standard vinyl flooring, SPC vinyl floors are generally less expensive than other types of luxury flooring, such as hardwood and stone. In addition to being a cheap flooring option, homeowners can often install the floors without professional assistance, so DIY installation of SPC flooring can save even more money on this upgrade. Style SPC vinyl flooring is like standard vinyl in that it is available in a wide range of colors and patterns. Some SPC flooring styles look like hardwood, tile, or other types of flooring. The wide range of options is preferable for those who want to be able to customize the look of their home. Comfort 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. Easy Maintenance 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. Drawbacks of SPC With so many benefits to using SPC flooring, it may seem like an obvious choice for homeowners. However, before you select SPC floors for your home, be sure to consider these potential drawbacks: Less Added Value for Your Home Installing hardwood and other upscale flooring adds the most value to your home. While SPC rigid vinyl floors look stylish, homeowners traditionally favor homes with solid hardwood floors. Less Eco-Friendly Than Other Floorings If you’re concerned about making environmentally friendly upgrades to your home, you may want to avoid vinyl. While there have been improvements in using recycled materials and removing harmful chemicals from SPC flooring, it is still considered less eco-friendly compared to many other flooring options that are made from renewable resources, especially hardwood, cork, and bamboo. Shopping for SPC Floors You’ll have different options for plank size, plank thickness, and wear layer thickness when you shop for SPC floors. Plank size is all about style preference, so be sure to compare different sizes in photographs of installed floors to see which style you like best. For plank thickness, keep in mind that thicker planks have increased durability and stability. You’ll typically find that SPC planks range from about 3.2 to 7 millimeters thick. A thicker wear layer is preferable as well; wear layer thickness generally ranges from about 0.2 to 0.7 millimeters. You may also see SPC flooring advertised or labeled under the following names: Rigid vinyl plank Waterproof vinyl flooring Engineered luxury vinyl flooring Be sure to inquire about the makeup of the plank core to ensure it is actually SPC rigid vinyl flooring. There are other types of luxury vinyl flooring that are not made with a core of natural limestone powder, polyvinyl chloride, and stabilizers. If you’re ready to give your home a serious upgrade, consider installing SPC rigid vinyl floors. It has a number of benefits that make it a solid investment, and it’s especially practical for families with pets and kids. The easy installation and relatively affordable price will also help to keep costs down. With nearly limitless design options, it’s also easy to find a look that suits your style.View More
So if SPC Rigid Core and WPC are both waterproof vinyl flooring options, what’s the difference? And why would you pick rigid core over WPC? The meat of both WPC flooring and rigid core flooring is the waterproof core. 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. It’s soft and wonderful, but it’s not as durable or easy to maintain as a low-pile commercial carpet. SPC rigid core is this commercial carpet. The planks/tiles are thinner, less giving under foot and ultra-sturdy and durable. It’s no surprise then that SPC rigid core luxury vinyl flooring is traditionally used for high-traffic commercial spaces. It is unbending unlike traditional vinyl and virtually indestructible. Structurally, the WPC core contains added foaming agent to increase resilience and comfort. The SPC has no foam added, giving it a stronger, more robust core. When it comes to scratches, both SPC and WPC are dependent on the wear layer. You’ll find options from 8MIL all the way to 20MIL+. The thicker the wear layer, the better your floor will hold up. As far as dents from heavy furniture, SPC rigid core is less susceptible to this than WPC flooring due to its, well, rigid core. That’s what makes it great for commercial environments. No matter how much traffic you see, SPC rigid core can take it.View More
Why Vinyl? Vinyl is a material that, unlike hardwood, can withstand spills, water damage, and indoor humidity – all with little to no negative effects. Which is ideal for homeowners looking for floors that mimic the appearance of hardwood while still being able to stand up against the most common household moisture issues. However, traditional vinyl flooring (PVC core) lacks in density and support, and can scratch and dent pretty easily. Manufacturing vinyl floors with an SPC core instead of traditional PVC enables luxury vinyl planks a few highly-attractive benefits: Increases the overall strength and stability of the floor. Allows for thinner floor planks without sacrificing durability. Offers more support underfoot. Makes the floors more difficult to scratch or dent.View More
SPC(Stone plastic composite) Flooring，Also called SPC Rigid Vinyl Flooring, which is a new environmental friendly floor based on high-tech development. The rigid core is extruded. Then the wear-resistant layer, PVC color film and rigid core will be heating laminated and embossed by four-roller calender at one time. The technology is simple. The floors are fitted by click without any glue. Depend on its excellent environmental protection property, stability and durability, SPC flooring is widely welcomed by customers from develop countries and Asia Pacific markets. 1.Environmental friendly, formaldehyde-free SPC flooring materials are natural materials, which free of heavy metals, phthalate, formaldehyde and other harmful substances. They are also meet the standards of EN14372, en649-2011, IEC62321, gb4085-83. 2.Waterproof&fireproof SPC flooring are mainly made of wear layer, Mineral stone powder, polymer powder etc., which are naturally not afraid of water. So you donView More
Waterproof: This is why rigid core and WPC vinyl are so popular. It is very suitable for business owners, pets and watery areas.
Ideal for uneven subfloors: The rigid core is designed to be installed on any existing hard surface, including ceramic tiles, even if it is not perfect or completely level.
Ultra durable: The SPC core makes this vinyl floor the most durable vinyl floor choice.
Realistic wood and stone look: High-end vinyl flooring mimics natural materials better than ever. SPC vinyl is the essence of crops, so the visual effects are usually incredibly convincing and beautiful.
Low maintenance: It is simple to make your floor look great. Vacuuming and mopping the floor occasionally, everything is ready.
Easy to install: Rigid core luxury vinyl tiles and planks are easy to install by yourself, most options are interlocked and float on your existing surface.
Look great: Available in countless patterns, colors and textures to get the exact look and shade you want.
Safe and environmentally friendly with better air quality: free of dangerous chemicals commonly found in floors such as formaldehyde, glue, benzene and phthalates.
1. Thinner materials don't provide as much cushioning underfoot compared to hardwood or laminate.
2. Need to be applied to a flat floor. The thicker the plank, the more forgiving it is on uneven surfaces.
3. Cannot be installed in outdoor spaces.
4. Not Fade Resistant - If you put your SPC in a place with plenty of natural light, it will fade over time. We do not recommend using it for solariums.
The thicker the plank, the more stable and comfortable it is to walk. With that comes a price increase, but so does the warranty. As thickness increases, it becomes more forgiving when installed on slightly uneven surfaces, we always recommend placing the SPC on a surface that is as flat and free of debris as possible.
SPC is an extremely cost-effective flooring option Suitable for basements, secondary holiday homes or rental homes due to its waterproof properties, also great for normal wear and tear residential main floors in kitchens, living spaces or bathrooms.
The maintenance cost of SPC flooring is extremely low. For family homes, sweep or vacuum high-use areas once a week or more frequently. Clean up spills immediately. Use a light mop for deeper cleaning as needed.
For high-traffic commercial businesses, sweep or vacuum spc floors every night and wipe up spills immediately. Use a mop dampened with lukewarm water to remove any dirt left after sweeping or vacuuming. However, if you need to use soap or cleaner, make sure the cleaner is designed for spc floors.
1. Material: SPC stands for Stone Plastic (or Polymer) Composite, the core of which is usually composed of about 60% calcium carbonate (limestone), polyvinyl chloride and plasticizers.WPC stands for Wood Plastic (or Polymer) Composite. Its core material is usually composed of polyvinyl chloride, calcium carbonate, plasticizers, blowing agents and wood or wood-based materials such as wood flour.
2. Durability: The core layer of SPC is composed of limestone. It is denser, but thinner overall. It can better resist scratches caused by heavy objects placed on it, and it is not easy to expand under extreme temperature changes.
3. Sound insulation: In addition to providing more cushioning while walking, the foaming agent in WPC provides more sound absorption than SPC floors, although many manufacturers offer acoustic backings that can be added to SPC. WPC or SPC with acoustic backing are ideal for environments where noise reduction is required, such as classrooms or office spaces.
4. Installation: Another highlight of SPC and WPC is that they do not require extensive subfloor preparation before installation. but needs to be installed on a flat surface.
5. Comfort: WPC is generally more comfortable than SPC, and since it is usually composed of a blowing agent, it is less dense. Because of this, WPC is ideal for environments where employees or customers are often standing.
6. Cost: The price of SPC and WPC floors are similar, but SPC is usually slightly cheaper. This helps reduce installation time and costs as neither requires the use of adhesives.
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