Wear Layer – The wear layer is the first coating on top of the vinyl floor that is usually clear. That adds scratch and stain resistance to the vinyl plank.
Decor Film – SPC HYBRID vinyl floor will have a thin layer of vinyl attached to it. This layer is watertight and will contain the design, character and look of the floor.
SPC HYRBID Core – The SPC HYBRID core is produced by consolidating limestone particles and stabilizers to create a dimensionally stable and waterproof center.
Connected Underlayment – SPC HYBRID vinyl may or may not come with added underlay. These are usually incorporated to help with sound decrease and add softness to the floor.
Waterproof: This is one of the significant factors in choosing an SPC vinyl. It is 100% waterproof, which means it can be installed in most wet areas such as kitchen, bathrooms, and restaurants without a problem!
Stability in Temperature Variations: With the stone construction, an SPC HYBRID vinyl core is more stable in conditions with temperature variances, such as offices, homes with AC units and homes with humidity variations.
Appearance – SPC HYBRID vinyl flooring can have a variety of looks, textures, and styles. It will be hard to believe they are vinyl.
DIY Installation – SPC HYBRID vinyl flooring is a click-lock installation method. It is installed similarly to a general vinyl and laminate with a tongue and groove installation.
Noise Ambient: With the solid core, this plank tends to have a quieter sound. You will unlikely to hear the click-clack sounds.
Affordability: SPC HYBRID vinyl plank flooring is very budget friendly. Depending on the brand and features, you can find SPC HYBRID vinyl in a variety of price ranges. Features like attached underlayment, texture and edges can increase the floor price.
Easy Maintenance and Cleaning: An SPC HYBRID vinyl will have the same cleaning method just like normal vinyl sheets. These planks are intended to be easily cleaned with general light sweep and damped mop.