Unlike ordinary vinyl flooring and hardwood floors, SPC is entirely waterproof, contributing to its longevity. It may also be in moist environments such as the bathroom, laundry room, and kitchen.
The ceramic tiles cannot be reused since they are heavy, difficult to instal, and arduous to remove after installation. The SPC flooring has a soft texture and is straightforward to instal. It is possible to pave straight on the original ground without compromising space. Therefore, it is well suited for the restoration of historic structures.
Flooring made from SPC is different from plastic floor leather. Some people mistake SPC flooring for leather or plastic floors and refer to it as such. Using plastic as flooring (sometimes known as “floor leather”) signifies a very low-end product. Because plastic is the primary material, it is flammable, ages quickly, and breaks down quickly.
Good dimensional stability and simple installation and upkeep are only two benefits of a solid wood composite floor’s attractive design. The problems it has with fire, water, and dampness persist. When compared to SPC flooring, it lacks durability and sustainability.