WPC vinyl flooring was engineered to improve the basic model of vinyl flooring. See what sets WPC vinyl apart with the benefits below.
Waterproof: Just like other vinyl floors, a WPC vinyl is 100% waterproof. There will be no swelling of planks or damage if exposed to spills and moisture. There is also limited movement with temperature changes.
Appearance: WPC vinyls can be found in a multitude of looks, textures and styles. As the WPC vinyl category continues to grow, more and more options will become available.
DIY Installation: WPC vinyl features an easy click lock installation method that is DIY friendly. No adhesives or glues are needed for a floating floor!
Comfort: A WPC vinyl has a stable core that includes wood pulp and foaming agents. This gives a WPC vinyl a rigid, yet soft feel under foot. WPC vinyl also tends to be thicker, which will add to a feeling of comfort.
Application: WPC flooring can be installed below, on or above grade. The floating installation makes it easy to install over other floors, such as hardwood or tile.
Affordability: Although WPC vinyl is engineered, it is still very budget friendly! WPC vinyls are typically more expensive than traditional vinyl flooring, but not by much. Depending on the brand and features, you can find WPC vinyl within a variety of budgets.
Easy Maintenance and Cleaning: The easy maintenance is one of the best perks of WPC vinyl flooring! Cleaning and maintaining a WPC vinyl flooring only takes regular sweeping, occasional mopping and spot cleaning.
As you can see, there are many benefits to using a WPC vinyl floor in your home! If you’re curious about other rigid core vinyl floors, click here to learn about SPC and Hybrid vinyl flooring.