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Waterproof. Hard Wearing. Affordable.

These contemporary Vinyl, SPC and WPC flooring options showcase elegant textures and lifelike patterns that effectively capture the essence of natural wood and stone flooring. Rigid vinyl plank flooring is engineered with a strong and dense core layer. This core layer provides exceptional stability and rigidity, making the planks highly resistant to dents, impacts, and changes in temperature or humidity. As a result, it can be installed in various environments, including areas prone to moisture.

Easy To Install

There are lots of reasons to choose floating vinyl plank flooring, but no glue installation is one of the biggest. These WPC, SPC and Multi-Layer Composite Vinyl Floors are all floating and click-together. They are an excellent choice for DIY. They can be installed on, above and below grade, in basements and bathrooms etc.

Vinyl Plank Has Evolved

Gone are the days of the fake-looking, glossy sheet vinyl flooring that you may remember from your childhood or teenage years. Today's glueless locking Vinyl Plank Floors and Vinyl Tiles are the product of a culmination of various technological advancements. These modern vinyl floors feature sophisticated textures and realistic designs that accurately capture the essence of both wood and stone flooring. Some even include painted micro-bevel edge styles for added realism. Trust us, these are not the vinyl floors of the past.

What is SPC and WPC Vinyl Plank?

Multi-layer composite flooring has two main types, Wood Polymer Composite (WPC) and Stone Polymer Composite (SPC), with similar characteristics such as durability, ease of installation, and cost-effectiveness. However, their difference lies in the mixture of ingredients in their rigid core. The added benefit of multi-layer composite flooring, compared to traditional Vinyl Plank, is the rigid core that offers extra advantages.

SPC WPC vinyl plank flooring cross-sectional image

The rigid core of these floors helps to conceal subfloor imperfections, which saves time and money on subfloor preparation during installation. Unlike conventional vinyl plank floors, rigid vinyl floors prevent subfloor imperfections from showing up over time. These floors are waterproof just like conventional vinyl.


Vinyl flooring is an excellent choice for areas with high moisture or wet conditions, such as bathrooms and kitchens. Luxury Vinyl, in particular, offers inherent water resistance and exceptional durability, making it a popular choice among architects and specifiers in the hospitality, education, and corporate commercial sectors. Its low-maintenance features also add to its appeal.


Homeowners are increasingly opting for vinyl plank flooring over other options, as reported by National Floor Trends' June 2012 issue, which declared Luxury Vinyl as the fastest-growing flooring category. The trend continues today, with Vinyl Plank, WPC, and SPC experiencing rapid growth, which is further accelerated by the introduction of new products in the rigid WPC, SPC, and multi-layer segments within the Vinyl category.