Stone Polymer Composite (SPC) flooring is suitable for a number of areas around the house and beyond because its persistent nature helps it take on the most unkind and vulnerable parts of a building, one such being the kitchen.
We bring you the many aspects of SPC that make it ideal for your home kitchen, compared to vinyl or hardwood flooring.
1. Stain Resistant
Kitchens often experience spills, which is nothing new, nor is the cleanup that follows it.
SPC flooring makes this very thing less of a chore because, under its UV coat that ensures long-lasting color, lies a stainless and scratch-free wear top layer, which makes wiping up the mess easier and saves you time.
Waterproofing goes a long way towards overall hygiene because it prevents mold and other microorganisms from polluting the kitchen and damaging the floor by not allowing water to permeate the ground.
With SPC flooring, you don’t have to hurry to clean up spills for fear of an infestation.
3. Low Maintenance
SPC flooring is easy to install and can last you a long time.
However, in the unlikely event that you need to replace a portion of it, you can easily do it by swapping only the damaged piece—as opposed to a whole section of the floor—with a brand new one.
Doing this will cost you less and have your floor looking like it used to before you dented it.
The composition of SPC flooring is such that it prevents fire from spreading too rapidly, giving the residents enough time to get out before it engulfs them too.
However, it is still not recommended for a commercial-grade kitchen because there is a difference between fireproof and fire-resistant.
There is an optional base layer to SPC flooring that is made up of cork or ethylene and vinyl acetate. This makes it softer underfoot and adds soundproof padding to the floor, which is ideal for kitchens as they are rife with impact and airborne noise from dropping glass to sounds from pots and ladles.
Redo Your Kitchen Flooring in New Braunfels, TX
Kitchens get dirty quite quickly, and they look even filthier if the floor underneath the flooring starts peeking through. With the help of our flooring experts
, you can install SPC flooring in your kitchen to prevent this from happening.
You could also go for ceramic tiles in your bathroom and other types of tile flooring
around the house by getting in touch with us.
Just give us a ring at (210) 549-3439 and let us guide you
through your kitchen remodel.