What is Vinyl Flooring?
Vinyl planks are no longer just for basements- they’re gorgeous! If you’re searching for information about SPC construction flooring, or just want to know what it is, this article will help you understand all of the benefits of building with SPC flooring.
SPC flooring stands for Solid polymer core, and is a vinyl plank flooring that has a rigid core made from powdered limestone, polyvinyl chloride, and stabilizers. This type of flooring is usually installed through click lock technology, where planks connect with each and lock into place. They sit on top of existing concrete flooring, and require no glue to keep them together.
Luxury Vinyl flooring is a cost-effective and low-maintenance alternative to traditional hardwood or carpet floors. Vinyl is easy to clean and easy to install, which makes it an attractive option for many homeowners looking to replace their floors. Fortunately, CRFlooring offers Stanton SPC flooring, a leader in the industry for over 40 years. Luxury Vinyl flooring has become one of our most popular choices for homeowners. If you’re thinking about replacing your flooring with vinyl flooring, we can help make the process as simple as possible while making sure you know about the long list of choices available to you.
What makes Stanton Flooring such a great match for CRFlooring? Well, besides being visually stunning and ultra-chic, choosing Stanton Decorative Waterproof Flooring for your home will give you peace of mind and enables you to make the mess and worry less. Stanton Shield protection ensures your floors will look beautiful for years to come. If that’s not enough, we’ve stacked the deck with several other features that will make your decision to choose Stanton an easy one, including a wide array of carpeting to match the SPC flooring you may choose.
Stanton Decorative Waterproof Flooring consists of four layers of materials. The first, or bottom, layer of these is the backing layer, generally made of rubber. It is designed to serve as the underlayment for the vinyl flooring so as to absorb sound. Additionally, it functions as a cushion to make walking on the floor more comfortable and a sound barrier to keep noise at bay.
Finally, there is the wear layer, which sits at the top of vinyl flooring and protects it from being harmed. High-traffic areas will need a thick wear layer in order to retain a long lifespan, while less walked-upon areas can handle a thinner wear layer. Stanton has an added Stanton Shield stain and scratch resistance 22 mil wear layer that can withstand heavy traffic (including large pets!) and ensures your flooring will maintain its beauty for years to come.
Construction Resources is your one stop shop for all home renovations, and CRFlooring can help you achieve the look you strive for while keeping it useful to your lifestyle. You can browse Stanton flooring options on our website, as well as more styles to fit any and all flooring needs. Visit our showrooms to learn more and experience these materials in person!