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Explora SPC Click Vinyl

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What is SPC click vinyl flooring?

SPC (stone plastic composite) click vinyl flooring is made primarily of natural limestone powder, polyvinyl chloride and stabilisers, creating a flooring that is durable and resistant to wear and tear. Due to its unique click lock installation system, SPC click vinyl flooring is hassle-free and doesn't require glue or nails, making it ideal for DIY enthusiasts and professionals alike.

Key features of Explora SPC click vinyl flooring

Explora are known for providing stylish, durable and water resistant flooring at competitive prices. Their eco-friendly practices and ease of installation makes Explora vinyl flooring a popular flooring choice for trade and homeowners alike due to their care and attention to detail.

  • Versatile range of styles: This Explora SPC click vinyl flooring is available in a wide variety of colours and styles to complement any interior style.
  • Easy to install: Its click-lock system allows for a glueless and seamless installation process, saving both time and labour costs.
  • Durability: Its SPC core is engineered for stability, making it an ideal choice for areas with high foot traffic and fluctuating temperatures.
  • Eco-friendly: Explora vinyl flooring is crafted using eco-conscious materials to have a lower environmental impact.

How to install Explora SPC click vinyl flooring

To install plank Explora SPC click vinyl flooring, follow these steps:

  1. Begin by ensuring that the subfloor is completely flat and free from any debris to ensure a straight-forward installation process.
  2. Acclimate the Explora vinyl flooring to the room by laying the unopened boxes flat on the floor for at least 48 hours before installation.
  3. Measure the room and plan the layout.
  4. Begin laying the planks by inserting the long side tongue into the groove of the plank in the first row at a 20-30 degree angle. Lower the plank and apply pressure until it clicks into place.
  5. For subsequent planks, align the short end first, then the long end. Ensure that the planks are snug against one another with no gaps.
  6. When fitting around corners and obstacles, measure and mark the plank, then cut using a vinyl cutter or a fine-tooth saw.
  7. Once you reach the last row, measure and cut the planks to fit. Remember to leave a small expansion gap around the perimeter of the room to allow for natural expansion and contraction of the flooring.
  8. Lastly, install baseboards, trim or transitions according to the manufacturer’s instructions to complete the installation and achieve a professional finish.

For more information on vinyl flooring, take a look at our vinyl flooring FAQs