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    About COREtec Flooring


    COREtec Flooring˜will replicate the look of hardwood or natural stone floors in your home. As lovely as genuine hardwood and natural stone can be, they can also be costly and require extra maintenance that you hadn't budgeted for when you bought them. So, what could be better than a floor that is fully waterproof, has a long warranty, is simple to install, and can completely transform your living space with minimal effort? There's nothing. Nothing compares to that, and we have the perfect solution for you!

    COREtec Plus˜is the next step in luxury vinyl flooring innovation.˜COREtec Plus vinyl flooring˜is an excellent alternative to glue-down LVT (which typically necessitates the use of an underlayment and/or subfloor preparation), solid-locking LVT, and laminate flooring. COREtec Plus has a proprietary construction that includes the COREtec core structure, which is an extruded core constructed from recycled wood and bamboo dust, limestone, and virgin PVC. COREtec Plus can be installed in wet areas and will never swell when exposed to water because it is 100% waterproof.

    Construction of COREtec Vinyl Flooring

    COREtec Plus vinyl flooring is dimensionally rigid and inert, meaning it will not expand or contract in normal circumstances. In addition, it does not require expansion strips in wide rooms. Cork underlayment is added to each COREtec Plus vinyl plank for a quieter, warmer vinyl floor that is naturally resistant to odor-causing mold and mildew.

    All of this technical jargon means that˜COREtec luxury vinyl flooring˜provides a surface that is available in a wide range of finishes and shades. Apart from this, there are other benefits like:

    • ˜ ˜ ˜ ˜Cleaning is easy
    • ˜ ˜ ˜ ˜It's waterproof and doesn't expand or contract with changes in temperature
    • ˜ ˜ ˜ ˜Sound deadening and insulating base material that is comfortable to stand and walk on
    • ˜ ˜ ˜ ˜Mold and mildew resistant

    With over 77 colors to choose from in both wood-look planks and concrete and ceramic tile visuals, you're sure to find one that suits your decor. And since˜COREtec vinyl is a hardwearing floor, it can be used anywhere there is a risk of moisture, spills, or heavy traffic. It's also a good option for homes where the heat is switched off for long periods of time (i.e. kitchens, bathrooms, entryways, mudrooms, laundry rooms, and basements).

    What is COREtec Vinyl Flooring, and how does it work?

    COREtec is a premium vinyl brand. This form of PVC flooring is also known as LVP (luxury vinyl plank) or LVT (luxury vinyl tile). COREtec was first launched in 2017 as a new form of luxury vinyl, and it has since grown to become one of the most successful LVP brands.˜

    And what exactly is LVP?

    Luxury vinyl plank (LVP) is one of the best forms of vinyl flooring available (or most popular, at any rate).

    The most popular vinyl plank is made up of three layers:

    • ˜ ˜ ˜ ˜A base layer or high-strength heart.
    • ˜ ˜ ˜ ˜A design layer that determines the appearance and feel of the floor.
    • ˜ ˜ ˜ ˜A wear layer that is extremely long-lasting.

    LVP is available with a rigid or flexible heart (though most of the best vinyl plank flooring products are rigid). Additionally, rigid LVP is often referred to as EVP flooring, which stands for "engineered vinyl plank," which is just another way of saying "rigid vinyl plank."

    Is there a distinction between LVP and LVT?

    Basically, nothing!

    Vinyl planks resemble wood planks in appearance. There's no surprise there. As a result, they often mimic various styles of wood flooring, such as oak, ash, or teak. Vinyl tiles are designed to resemble various forms of tile, such as porcelain or granite.

    That's what there is to it! Some people refer to both forms of flooring as "LVT," which is confusing; we simply call all luxury vinyl items "vinyl plank."

    Luxury vinyl, whatever you want to call it, is a common option for people looking for attractive, long-lasting flooring that is suitable for children, pets, and high-traffic areas.

    What Is Special About COREtec Vinyl Plank Flooring?

    Now, let's return to our COREtec flooring analysis.

    COREtec flooring is all about the center.

    Vinyl planks may have a flexible or rigid center, as previously stated (and rigid-core products are usually better).

    You do, however, have some choices when it comes to the rigid heart.

    The cores of certain rigid-core LVP products are actually made of tougher vinyl. Others, on the other hand, incorporate other components to their cores for additional benefits.

    SPC flooring, which uses limestone powder in its core for extra durability, and WPC flooring, which uses superfine sawdust in its core for added comfort, are the two most common forms of these infused rigid-core vinyl plank floors.˜

    So, what distinguishes COREtec from the competition?

    1. WPC flooring was invented by them!

    The WPC core from COREtec is extremely comfortable.

    The fact that vinyl plank flooring can feel hard or artificial underfoot is one of its drawbacks. As a result, some flooring products with a vinyl-only center (rather than SPC or WPC) can be difficult to walk on.

    The use of a wood-polymer composite softens the flooring while keeping it durable. Furthermore, the center is fully waterproof. One of the reasons COREtec flooring is best to use is that it is extremely easy to walk on!

    1. It also has a fantastic wear layer.

    COREtec vinyl flooring has a thick wear layer that protects it from dents and scratches. This layering makes this flooring highly durable and long-lasting.

    1. It also has a cork underlayment for added bounce

    The uniqueness of this underlayment is that it provides all of the benefits of cork flooring, such as flexibility and comfort, without any of the drawbacks. It contributes to the creation of a more sound-absorbing, insulated, and comfortable board. For this reason, some of the best vinyl plank flooring brands use cork as an underlayment sheet.

    The cork underlayment from COREtec sits between the WPC core and the subfloor. And if you're wondering, "What is subflooring?" it's the unfinished surface on which your flooring is mounted.

    1. COREtec Vinyl flooring comes in a variety of styles

    When looking at COREtec vinyl flooring, you'll find that there are many different collections to choose from. Let's take a look at how they're put together.

    What's the difference between COREtec flooring and COREtec Plus?

    COREtec Plus is the COREtec family's most famous product. It's a more advanced variant of the original technology, known as COREtec One.

    COREtec Plus˜has the most designs and appearances of any COREtec series, with hardwood floor alternatives ranging from thin strips to thick plank wood-flooring looks, as well as tile alternatives that look like porcelain and natural stone.

    What is COREtec Pro plus, exactly?

    The˜COREtec Pro Plus˜is the company's high-durability alternative, designed specifically for commercial spaces and high-traffic areas.

    COREtec Pro Plus has a denser and more rigid core layer, as well as increased scratch and impact resistance. This line has a compressed vinyl core rather than a WPC core, making it better suited for high-traffic areas (if a bit less comfortable underfoot).

    Both COREtec Plus and COREtec Pro Plus are excellent products, though the price and warranty disparities reflect the differences in durability and realism.

    COREtec Vinyl Flooring's Advantages

    COREtec Plus Flooring, as well as COREtec Pro Plus, are luxury vinyl plank floors that place a premium on the word "luxury." They aren't the cheapest floors in the world, but they come with a lot of advantages. The following are some of the benefits of COREtec vinyl flooring.

    1. The WPC center of the floor is extremely comfortable

    Underfoot, even the best vinyl plank floors can feel rough and unnatural. COREtec flooring reports confirm that the WPC center of the product makes it extremely comfortable to walk on. In reality, in this regard, WPC can even compete with the best wood flooring for dogs?incredibly it's comfortable for pets to sleep on!

    1. It also has a cork underlayment for added bounce.

    COREtec Plus takes the cake when it comes to comfort.

    Its built-in underlayment provides all the bounce and insulation you'd get from cork flooring, but without the drawbacks. If you're unfamiliar with the benefits and drawbacks of cork flooring, we're talking about water damage, lack of pet safety, and other issues.

    1. COREtec floors are fully waterproof

    Waterproof vinyl flooring is a fantastic option for a variety of applications?we're not only talking about mudroom flooring here. COREtec goods are fully waterproof and will not buckle or warp. Since it can handle wet spaces, this product is recommended for kitchens, toilets, and even basements.

    Know that waterproof is not the same as water-resistant. You wouldn't put water-resistant wood flooring in a laundry room, for example, because it would be a catastrophe waiting to happen. Vinyl, on the other hand, is fully waterproof and ideal for use in laundry rooms.

    1. It's simple to install COREtec vinyl flooring, whether you employ someone or do it yourself

    COREtec vinyl flooring is very easy to install. There are two methods to install COREtec vinyl flooring: It can either be glued down or mounted as a floating floor.

    1. It can also be used in conjunction with radiant heat.

    The dimensional stability of COREtec vinyl flooring allows it to be built over radiant heat. If you're looking for a way to heat wood floors, this is another excellent (and affordable) choice.

    1. It's incredibly long-lasting (especially COREtec Pro Plus)

    Both COREtec Plus and COREtec Pro Plus have a thick wear layer (made of polyurethane and quartz crystals) that makes them extremely resistant to dents and scratches.