While SPC Hybrid Vinyl Plank Flooring can cope with minor imperfections in your subfloor, it cannot cope with major variations.
If SPC Hybrid Vinyl Flooring fails following installation, the most common cause of failure will be an unlevel subfloor.
With a floating flooring system, the planks require the even support of the subfloor. Without even subfloor support, pressure and stress is placed on the flooring joints, which will eventually cause them to fail.
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If your concrete subfloor is unlevel, the application of a self-levelling compound is recommended prior to the installation of SPC Hybrid Vinyl Planks.
If you have an unlevel timber subfloor, you should consider sheeting with plywood to create a level installation surface prior to installing your SPC Hybrid Vinyl Plank Flooring.