ALL ABOUT ‘Floorte Pro HERITAGE OAK 720C PLUS’ Exceptionally durable and easy to clean, resilient vinyl flooring is a great choice for high-traffic areas. And with wood, tile and stone looks, it’s as stylish as it is strong. But this … Read More
Republic Extra Wide Pure SPC Great Oregon Oak Waterproof Flooring
The Republic Pure SPC Great Oregon Oak Collection provides you with the natural beauty and durability of these majestic trees.
Republic’s new Extra-Wide floor features wider and longer planks for a more authentic old-floor look and feel.
The new Republic Pure SPC features Republic’s proprietary technology that makes the floors completely inert and waterproof.
It carries a limited 25 year residential warranty and a limited 10 year commercial warranty.
In addition, our all-new anti-bacterial EVA underlayment padding comes attached to the floor planks.
Not only does this make installation much easier and quicker – it also offers excellent noise insulation never available before.
Republic’s Pure SPC floors are stronger and snap into place much easier than other floors. They also last longer and true to the Republic way, are completely green.
60 × 9 × 3 in
Gray Oak, Harvard Oak, Holm Oak, Japanese Oak, Oregon White Oak, Sessile Oak, Water Oak
There is little doubt that Stone Plastic Composite (SPC) flooring is emerging as one of the most popular flooring categories today. But what is SPC and what is the reason behind that popularity? Here are a few answers to some key questions.
What is SPC? SPC is a composite material that does not contain any wood. It is waterproof, rigid and stable. SPC products are commonly referred to as enhanced vinyl plank, luxury vinyl flooring or waterproof vinyl.
Is SPC better than laminate? The biggest advantage of SPC is that it's waterproof and appropriate for areas where laminate shouldn’t be used – bathrooms, for example. In addition, the wear layer of SPC offers more cushion and absorbs sound to make a quieter floor.
How is SPC different from LVT? This biggest difference between SPC and LVT is that SPC is waterproof. It can also be laid over most subfloors with little preparation. Unlike traditional vinyl floor that will highlight any unevenness present in the subfloor, the rigid core of SPC flooring allows for longer and wider format options so you don't have to worry when installing over cracks or divots in subfloors.