SPC (Stone Plastic Composite) flooring is water-resistant. SPC flooring
is constructed with a core layer that is 100% waterproof. This core layer is typically made of a mixture of limestone, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and stabilizers, which gives SPC flooring its water-resistant properties.
The water resistance of SPC flooring makes it an excellent choice for areas prone to moisture, such as bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, and basements. It can withstand spills, splashes, and even temporary submersion without being damaged or warping.
It's important to note that while the core of SPC flooring is waterproof, the seams and edges of the planks or tiles may not be completely waterproof. Therefore, proper installation and sealing of seams are essential to maintain the overall water resistance of the floor. Additionally, it's crucial to address any standing water promptly to prevent potential damage to the subfloor and floor covering.
SPC flooring's water-resistant properties, along with its durability, ease of maintenance, and versatile design options, make it a popular choice for both residential and commercial applications, especially in areas where moisture is a concern.