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Free Floating Flooring

Providing St George, UT with High Quality Free-Floating Floors

Here at St George Flooring, we like to use the term free-floating flooring. Free-floating floors are generally interlocking planks, installed without glue, that essentially float above the subfloor. There are a few vinyl products that don’t click together, that we still categorize as free-floating because they don’t glue down. 

The most popular free-floating floor we sell is WPC and SPC. Other types of flooring in this category are laminate and certain vinyl products.

The Possibilities Are Endless with Our Vast Free-Floating Floor Options

No matter what your needs are, be it commercial offices, housing developments, lobbies, or in your own home, St George Flooring can help you find and install the right free-floating flooring wherever you need it!



  • Laminate

  • WPC

  • SPC

  • Vinyl



Laminate flooring is great if you want something cost-effective, durable, and water resistant. Laminate is made of multiple layers that are fused together with a lamination process. The base layer is a composite of melamine and fiber board materials. On top of that we have the photographic layer, where an image is placed to give it the look of hardwood or tile. Then it has a topcoat that preserves the image and protects it from everyday wear and tear.

Something to keep in mind, this product is water resistant, meaning it can handle small amounts of moisture or water on the surface. If large amounts of water were to get underneath, the product may swell and need replacing. Therefore, it’s great for living areas or bedrooms, but not ideal for bathrooms.


Luxury Vinyl flooring luxury vinyl flooring snaps together like interlocking pieces of a giant puzzle.The overlapping seals between the grooves keep water from seeping through. The beauty of this design is that not only can you install Luxury Vinyl Planks (LVP) and Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) with relatively no glue (some glue can be applied in certain areas like edges for a stronger seal in certain cases), but in the event that one plank becomes heavily damaged or worn down, you can replace individual planks without the need to replace the entire floor. 

Luxury Vinyl flooring also comes with glue down options which can be read about on our Luxury Vinyl page.

LVT is popular in both businesses and homes for its resistance to water, comfortable texture, and sound dampening technology. While not as quiet as carpet, LVP and LVT are much quieter than hardwood or stone and makes for a great flooring option for high-traffic areas.

Vinyl flooring sports a photographic layer where realistic images like wood grain, stone texture, solid colors, and even company logos can be printed. It is generally much cheaper than real hardwood planks, and ceramic or stone tiles, and also more comfortable to walk or stand on for long periods of time. 

We can help you find the right free-floating flooring to fit your needs

St George Flooring WPC & SPC Gallery

What is WPC & SPC Flooring?

Wood Plastic Composite, WPC, and Stone Plastic Composite, SPC, are relatively new to the flooring market. Both WPC and SPC fall under the category of Luxury Vinyl Flooring, but are also in a category all their own. The main difference between traditional luxury vinyl flooring and WPC and SPC being that WPC and SPC have a special core layer. WPC’s core is made with recycled wood pulp and plastic composites, and SPC’s is made with limestone powder and plastic composites. Both are then topped with a layer of vinyl.

Are they both durable?

Yes, both WPC and SPC are very durable products, especially SPC due to the limestone in its core layer.

Are they water resistant or waterproof?

Both WPC and SPC are labeled as being 100% water resistant and waterproof. Keep in mind that any spills on top of the floor will not get through; however, a flood that gets underneath the flooring could cause warping.

How are they installed?

Both WPC and SPC use a click-lock system to create a seamless, waterproof surface. An additional perk that both have is that they are sturdier than regular vinyl which allows for wider and longer sections in your planks and tiles. Because of this WPC and SPC can be easily installed on uneven or rough surfaces without much of the necessary preparation that has to be done for regular and luxury vinyl flooring products. Whereas the flexible vinyl plankings sometimes contour to the imperfections in the subfloor, WPC and SPC flooring’s rigid core helps hide them.

Soundproofing Technology

WPC and SPC have advanced sound-dampening technology that absorbs sounds from footfalls and other impacts. This is a great feature for higher levels in buildings, and places like hallways, lobbies, sales floors, and other highly trafficked areas.


Both WPC and SPC flooring planks are commonly made to appear to look like hardwood flooring planks, stone and tiles. They have a similar photographic layer as that of other Luxury Vinyl flooring planks and tiles, and so have the option of looking like a wide variety of different textures, materials, and colors. We are confident that whether you are looking for a new floor for your home or business that WPC and SPC flooring can be made to work for you.

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Featured Free-Floating Flooring Brands

Come check out our St George Flooring Showroom, We have thousands of samples and styles to choose from including: Carpet Flooring, Luxury Vinyl Flooring, Hardwood Flooring, Floating Flooring, and Tile Flooring. We also do Custom Cabinets and Countertops.