Driftwood Oak spc core flooring has been a popular flooring choice in the United States for many years, and it still accounts for about 15 percent of annual flooring spending in the country. When most people talk about spc rigid core vinyl flooring they usually consider sheet flooring. However, there are other forms of flooring made from vinyl, such as tile and plank. Because they are both made from vinyl they share some common characteristics and have many of the same pros and cons.
Capacity: The main advantage of spc rigid core vinyl flooring is its capacity to withstand. While it can mimic high-end flooring in appearance, spc rigid core vinyl flooring is relatively inexpensive and can be installed for as little as $5 per square foot.
Wide range of color options: All spc rigid core vinyl flooring is available in a wide range of colors, making it adaptable and easy to fit into almost any decor.
Quick and easy installation: Available in tiles and planks, as well as sheets, it is easy to install. Floor tiles are usually in 12-inch squares, so they are easy to handle and both tiles and planks are often manufactured with a "peel and stick" backing.
Waterproof: spc rigid core vinyl flooring is completely waterproof, so it can be used almost anywhere in the home, including the main level, upper level and below. It works especially well in bathrooms and kitchens, where water tends to end up on the floor.
Easy to clean: Water only needs to bead up on the surface, so it's easy to sweep up. Plus, regular sweeping and occasional wet mopping is all it takes to keep an adhesive floor clean and bright all over.