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Three facts about stone-core luxury vinyl flooring

Three facts about stone-core luxury vinyl flooring

When shopping for waterproof flooring, you'll often hear the phrase "stone-core luxury vinyl flooring." But, like many, you're probably not sure what it is or what to expect, so we'll give you the 411 on this fantastic product.

SPC cores


This floor comes with a technologically advanced stone-plastic composite core. As a result, it won't peel or ripple–no matter how much water there is or how long it's remained.

We know someone who was away from home for several months. When he returned home, he found a dishwasher flooded. However, his flooring was undamaged.

Style


Luxury vinyl flooring offers rich, realistic wood, stone, and tile images. The material is cut to mimic hardwood floorboards, called vinyl plank flooring. Some say it's closest to genuine wood with the SPC core.

It can also be cut into square, tile-sized pieces called luxury vinyl tile (LVT). It is often used for stone or tile echoes. That form, too, can be used with SPC.

Durable enough for commercial use


Sometimes referred to as SPC Rigid Core, this product was, in fact, once used primarily for commercial use. However, as design options evolved, it quickly became a residential go-to.

Whether original luxury vinyl or stone, It’s layered with a top transparent wear sheet that protects the floor from scratches, scuffs, and dents. This applies to all luxury vinyl, whether plank or LVT flooring, in Portsmouth, NH.

Visit us for your luxury vinyl flooring needs


You'll see impressive vinyl plank flooring designs when visiting Portsmouth Quality Flooring. In addition, we carry products like the "Tile with IGT Collection" in Calcutta Bianco by Trucor or COREtec’s Pro Plus Belmont Hickory.

We're located in Portsmouth, NH. You'll be glad you came in and will see many more products. We service Portsmouth, Greenland, New Castle, Rye, North Hampton, Newmarket, Exeter, Stratham, NH, York, and Kittery, ME.