Hybrid flooring is a type of flooring that combines the best features of laminate flooring and vinyl flooring. It typically consists of a multi-layered construction with a rigid core made of high-density fiberboard (HDF) or stone-plastic composite (SPC), a printed vinyl or laminate layer, and a protective top layer that provides durability and resistance to scratches, stains, and water damage.
Hybrid flooring is often considered a good option for high-traffic areas in the home or commercial spaces, as it is highly durable and resistant to wear and tear. It is also a popular choice for areas that are prone to moisture or spills, such as kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms.
Hybrid flooring is available in a variety of styles, colors, and textures, which can mimic the look and feel of natural hardwood, stone, or ceramic tiles. Some hybrid floors feature a click-lock installation system, which makes them easy to install without the need for adhesives or special tools.
SPC hybrid flooring, also known as stone-plastic composite hybrid flooring, is a type of hybrid flooring that uses a core made of a mixture of limestone and PVC (polyvinyl chloride) to create a highly durable, stable and waterproof flooring option. SPC hybrid flooring typically consists of multiple layers, including the SPC core layer, a printed vinyl or laminate layer, and a protective top layer.
The SPC core layer gives the flooring its high resistance to moisture, temperature changes and impacts, making it a popular choice for use in high-traffic areas, commercial spaces, and areas prone to moisture, such as bathrooms and kitchens.
SPC hybrid flooring is also available in a variety of colors, textures, and patterns, and can mimic the look and feel of natural wood, stone or tile. It is often easy to install using a click-lock system, without the need for adhesives or special tools, and requires little maintenance to keep it looking great.