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Vinyl Flooring

SPC Vinyl Flooring stands for stone plastic composite vinyl flooring. Similar to WPC vinyl, an SPC vinyl is an engineered luxury vinyl that combines limestone and stabilizers to create an extremely durable core. An SPC vinyl floor is still 100% waterproof, but adds stability, dent resistance and structure to vinyl plank flooring.

Benefits of SPC Vinyl Flooring

SPC vinyl is becoming one of the most popular floors to install for a variety of reasons. If you’re a homeowner, property manager or business owner, SPC vinyl flooring may be a great option for your next project!


Waterproof: This is one of the biggest factors in choosing an SPC vinyl. It is 100% waterproof, which means it can be installed in kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms and restaurants without worry!


Stability in Temperature Fluctuations: With the stone construction, an SPC vinyl core is more stable in environments with temperature changes, homes with AC units and homes with humidity fluctuations. It is most perfect for Jamaica as the island has humid fluctuations.


Appearance: SPC vinyl flooring can have a variety of looks, textures and styles. It will be hard to believe they are vinyls!


Sound: With the dense core, this plank tends to have a quieter sound. You will not hear a hollow sound when you walk on it.


Affordability: SPC vinyl plank flooring is very budget friendly. Depending on the brand and features, you can find SPC vinyl in a variety of price ranges. Features like attached underlayment, texture and edges can increase a floors price.


Easy Maintenance and Cleaning: An SPC vinyl will have the same cleaning and maintenance needs as a regular vinyl. These planks are designed to be easily cleaned with regular sweeping and mopping.


With all the benefits of SPC vinyl flooring, you can see why this is such a highly rated material! From a cushioned step, to dent resistance and waterproof core, you can’t go wrong with an SPC vinyl. Whether it is for a busy home, rental property or business, this floor does it all.

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Laminate Flooring


What is laminate flooring?

Laminate flooring is a synthetic floor covering that has been designed to look like wood flooring or sometimes stone flooring.  It has been a popular choice with DIY enthusiasts for decades. 

Traditionally it offered a cheaper alternative to real wood.  Any keen home renovator can install laminate flooring without the need of a professional floor fitter.

In the early days of laminate flooring, the quality was quite poor. Although the idea was that it should mimic hardwood flooring, it was very easy to tell them apart by look and feel.  In more recent years the quality of laminate flooring has significantly increased. Our reputable manufacturers and suppliers ensure that more superior and authentic looking styles are available.


In recent years there has also been more choice of designs and styles of laminate flooring.  Traditionally laminate was only available in a wood effect. Over more recent years, different designs and effects have been developed to provide you with a wider choice of options.  You will be able to choose from effects such as: stone tiles, ceramic tiles and a wide range of different species of wood and bamboo.


Someone may easily mistake good quality laminate flooring for a wooden floor.  However, laminate flooring does not contain any real wood at all.  Each plank is made up of various synthetic layers and topped with a photograph of wood (or stone). The surface layer can sometimes have a built-in scratch guard for added protection.  The top surface of the floor is water resistant so can cope with the occasional spill or splash


Maintaining Your Laminate Floor

Maintaining and looking after your new laminate floor is very easy.  Keep it clean by regular sweeping.  You can remove more stubborn stains with a wood floor cleaner spray and mop.  Remember to wipe away water straight away and protect you floor from damage by using felt protector pads on the bottom of furniture.

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