SPC - Vinyl Flooring Tiles - 1220 x 181 mm - EXPRESSO - Wood look a like Floor Tile

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SPC Expresso is a hard vinyl floorboard with excellent abrasion resistance, water repellency, and stain resistance. It features the Push-Fit Valinge 5G system, a textured wood look finish, and an integrated sound-dampening IXPE backing.  Stone-plastic composite flooring is suitable for use with underfloor heating. This hard floor covering is warm, and comfortable to walk on, and enhances your interior design. It is the closest thing to the original wood without worrying about humidity or moisture. If you consider Expresso SPC flooring, check out our Floor Monk samples first. Made from 100% minerals, it is widely used in the construction industry. SPC Exporters are heavily supplying this material.  Expresso is safe, strong, and resistant to fire, water, mildew, and dents. No need for a transition joint (expansion) up to 30m x 30m. It has European oak, brushed and textured oak finishes. Tough fiberglass reinforced magnesium oxide (MGO) mineral-based core is meant to be fire resistant for strength and durability, magnesium oxide is used in furnace liners and crucibles. It is waterproof, fire resistant, dent proof, layer proof, mildew proof, and environmentally friendly. It has waterproof IXPE lining therefore, no underlay required.

A detailed description 1220X181mm (4.00mm SPC Core + 1.mm IXPE underlayment) 

Today's state-of-the-art manufacturing processes allow premium vinyl floors to rival the look and feel of "wood" planks and "stone" tiles. Advanced photographic techniques provide the foundation for reproducing authentic hardwood and stone on premium vinyl flooring systems. Multiple layers, including photographic film layers and urethane or aluminum oxide topcoats, are fused to create the final product. Some premium vinyl floors come with cork sheets already installed. When it comes to warranties, hardwood floors are second to none. Of course, it depends on the brand and manufacturer you buy, but on average it's around 35 years. Again, like wood floors, LVT floor warranties vary by manufacturer and grade, but the average is about ten years

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