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SPC Flooring

Sub Floor Condition Ensure that the subfloor is clean, dry, and level before installing SPC flooring.

Remove obstacles Clear the installation area of any obstacles or debris that may hinder the installation process.

Surrounding Temperature and Humidity Check the surrounding temperature and humidity to ensure they are within the recommended range for SPC flooring installation.

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Product Details
Size:6" x 36" / 6" x 48" / 7"X 48" / 9" x 48"
935 x 150 mm 1220 x 150 mm 1220 x 183 mm 1220 x228mm
Wear Layer:0.3mm 0.5mm 0.7mm
Thickness:3.5mm 4mm 5mm 6mm 7mm 8mm
Under Layer:EVA / IXPE
Surface Treatment:UV coating
Features:Waterproof / Anti-Slip /Wear Resistant / Fire Retardant / Sound Barrier
Click Syestem:Unilin, I4F, Valinge-2G, Valinge 5G-1
Warranty:Reisdential 25 years , Commerical 10 years

LVT vs SPC Flooring

Luxury Vinyl Tile and Stone Plastic Composite flooring are both popular choices for residential and commercial spaces, but they have some key differences:


LVT: Luxury Vinyl Tile is composed of layers of PVC vinyl with a photographic layer on top that mimics the look of natural materials such as wood or stone. It usually has a softer, more flexible feel compared to SPC.

SPC: Stone Plastic Composite flooring has a core composed of natural limestone powder, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and stabilizers. This core is rigid and dense, giving the flooring more stability and strength.


LVT: LVT is durable and can withstand moderate wear and tear. It is resistant to scratches, dents, and stains, making it suitable for most residential and light commercial applications.

SPC: SPC flooring is known for its exceptional durability and resilience. It is highly resistant to impacts, scratches, and dents, making it suitable for high-traffic areas and commercial environments.

Thickness and Stability:

LVT: Luxury Vinyl Tile typically has a thinner construction compared to SPC flooring. While it offers flexibility, it may require a more even subfloor for installation.

SPC: SPC flooring has a thicker and more rigid core, providing better stability and reducing the telegraphing of imperfections from the subfloor. This makes it easier to install over uneven surfaces.

Sound and Thermal Insulation:

SPC tends to offer better sound insulation properties compared to LVT due to its thicker and denser core. 

It can also provide better thermal insulation, making it more comfortable underfoot in colder environments.

If you prioritize waterproofing, durability, and stability, SPC flooring is generally the better option, especially for areas with high moisture levels or heavy foot traffic. 

LVT may be preferred for its softer feel, flexibility, and wide range of design options, suitable for residential settings where waterproofing is less critical.