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  • Since 1999 
  • KBS Floor&Decor has served our worldwide clients, providing the best vinyl and laminate flooring for over 20 years. Find our full ranges of flooring products to make your dream home into reality.

SPC Flooing Structure

SPC is short of Stone Plastic Composite (as well as Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring) which has a rigid core and a form of vinyl material. It makes the flooring has an excellent choice for perfect water proof performance and high-traffic areas in your home.SPC is similar to luxury vinyl flooring in how it’s constructed, but it has a little bit difference compared with LVT. 

The SPC flooring is constructed by UV film topcoat , wear layer , decor film , rigid core and bottom layer.  The SPC flooring brings you better durability and water-resistance performance,easier for installation and maintenance.





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  • Environmental
    100% pure raw material with strict control, ensure the health of each user.

  • Safety
    Fireproof, waterproof, moistureproof, mildewproof. Absolutely outstanding performance for any occasion.
  • PUR
    The PU material coating enhance the flooring intensity and anti-scratch property, more service lifetime.
  • Quiet-underfoot
    Quiet underfoot
    Water resistant
    Easy to clean and maintain
    Easy to install Eco-friendly


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    With more than 10 production lines, KBS factory has the ability to meet our customers' delivery requirements.
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SPC Flooring FAQ

  • What is SPC flooring(Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring)?
    SPC(Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring) refers to stone plastic composite material or stone polymer composite material. The "Stone" on this floor is a millstone. More precisely, limestone, an inorganic compound. SPC describes the super tough core of luxury vinyl flooring with rigid core. Stone plastic composite material makes the core layer almost indestructible, and can keep its shape even on uneven subfloor. In addition, this material has the advantages of environmental protection and regeneration.
  • What are the advantages of SPC flooring(Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring)?
    (1) environmental protection and no formaldehyde: SPC flooring(Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring) does not use glue in the manufacturing process, so it does not contain harmful substances such as formaldehyde and benzene. True 0 formaldehyde green floor will not cause harm to human body.
    (2) Waterproof and moisture-proof: SPC flooring has the advantages of waterproof, moisture-proof and mildew-proof. Overcomes the shortcomings of traditional wooden floors, so SPC floors can be laid in bathrooms, kitchens and balconies.
    (3) anti-skid: SPC flooring anti-skid performance is good, do not worry about the floor slipping in case of water.
  • What is the best SPC Flooring?(Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring)

    (1) Look at the SPC Flooring(Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring) appearance: the surface is flat, free from pollution and scratches, no obvious color spots, clear patterns and no damage;
    (2) Look at the SPC Flooring(Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring) splicing: two boards are randomly selected, and there is no difference in height and no obvious gap in the middle;
    (3) Stripping resistance: the floor is broken and pulled hard, and the surface decoration layer is not easy to separate from the base material;

  • What are the disadvantages of SPC flooring?
    SPC (Stone Plastic Composite) flooring is a type of rigid core flooring that has become increasingly popular in recent years due to its durability, water resistance, and ease of installation. However, there are some disadvantages to SPC flooring that you should be aware of before choosing this type of flooring for your home or business. Some of these disadvantages include:

    Hardness: While the rigidity of SPC flooring makes it durable and resistant to wear and tear, it can also make the flooring feel hard underfoot. This can be uncomfortable for some people, especially those who are used to walking on softer surfaces like carpet.

    Coldness: SPC flooring can feel cold underfoot, which may be uncomfortable in colder climates or during the winter months.

    Limited design options: While SPC flooring is available in a variety of colors and patterns, the design options may not be as extensive as other types of flooring like hardwood or tile.

    Susceptibility to scratches: While SPC flooring is durable, it is still susceptible to scratches and dents. Heavy furniture or sharp objects can cause scratches or damage to the flooring.

    Slipperiness: SPC flooring can be slippery when wet, which can be a safety hazard, especially in areas like bathrooms or kitchens.

    Environmental impact: SPC flooring is not biodegradable, and its production may contribute to pollution and waste.

    Overall, while SPC flooring has many benefits, it is important to consider its potential drawbacks before choosing it as your flooring option.
  • Is SPC better than vinyl?
    SPC flooring is a type of vinyl flooring, but it has some differences that make it a popular choice for certain applications. Here are some factors to consider when comparing SPC flooring and traditional vinyl flooring:

    Durability: Both SPC and vinyl flooring are durable and resistant to wear and tear, but SPC is generally considered to be more rigid and resistant to impacts than traditional vinyl flooring.

    Water resistance: Both SPC and vinyl flooring are water-resistant, but SPC flooring is often considered to be more waterproof than traditional vinyl flooring because of its stone plastic composite core.

    Stability: SPC flooring is more stable than traditional vinyl flooring, which means it is less likely to expand or contract due to changes in temperature or humidity.

    Comfort: Traditional vinyl flooring is generally more comfortable to walk on than SPC flooring, which can feel harder and colder underfoot.

    Design options: Both SPC and vinyl flooring offer a range of design options, but vinyl flooring typically has more design options than SPC flooring.

    Price: SPC flooring is generally more expensive than traditional vinyl flooring, although the price difference may vary depending on the quality and specific features of each product.

    In summary, SPC flooring is generally considered to be more durable and waterproof than traditional vinyl flooring, but it may be less comfortable and have fewer design options. The best option depends on your specific needs and preferences, as well as the conditions in the space where the flooring will be installed.
  • What is SPC vs PVC flooring?
    SPC (Stone Plastic Composite) and PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) flooring are two types of vinyl flooring that are commonly used in commercial and residential settings. Here are some differences between the two:

    Material composition: SPC flooring is made of a stone plastic composite core layer, while PVC flooring has a polyvinyl chloride core layer. Both types of flooring have a wear layer on top for added durability.

    Rigidity: SPC flooring is generally more rigid and dense than PVC flooring, making it more resistant to impacts and indentation.

    Thickness: SPC flooring is typically thicker than PVC flooring, with a typical thickness range of 4-6mm compared to 2-4mm for PVC flooring.

    Water resistance: Both SPC and PVC flooring are waterproof, but SPC flooring is generally considered to be more water-resistant than PVC flooring due to its stone plastic composite core layer.

    Installation: Both SPC and PVC flooring can be installed using a floating method, but SPC flooring may be more difficult to install due to its rigidity and thickness.

    Cost: SPC flooring is generally more expensive than PVC flooring, but the price difference may vary depending on the specific product and quality.

    Overall, SPC flooring is generally considered to be a more durable and water-resistant option than PVC flooring, but it may be more expensive and difficult to install. The best choice depends on the specific needs and requirements of your space.
  • Can SPC flooring get wet?
    SPC (Stone Plastic Composite) flooring can get wet as it is water-resistant and can withstand exposure to moisture. The water-resistant properties of SPC flooring come from its stone plastic composite core layer, which is made up of limestone, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and stabilizers. The combination of these materials makes SPC flooring waterproof and resistant to moisture.

    However, it's important to note that while SPC flooring can resist water, it's not entirely waterproof. In areas where there is a lot of water exposure, such as bathrooms or laundry rooms, it's still important to take precautions to prevent water from seeping underneath the flooring. For example, using a waterproofing membrane or sealant around the edges of the flooring can help prevent water from penetrating beneath the surface.

    Additionally, while SPC flooring can resist water damage, it's still important to clean up any spills or standing water as soon as possible to prevent potential damage to the flooring or subflooring.
  • How long does SPC flooring last?
    SPC (Stone Plastic Composite) flooring is a durable and long-lasting flooring option that can last for many years if properly installed and maintained. The lifespan of SPC flooring can vary depending on factors such as quality, usage, and maintenance, but on average, SPC flooring can last for 10-25 years or more.
  • Is SPC flooring noisy?
    In summary, while SPC flooring can produce noise when walked upon, it is generally considered to be quieter than some other types of hard surface flooring. Proper installation and subfloor preparation can help minimize noise and improve the overall performance of the flooring.


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