Coastal Dakota - The Nature Stone Collection - Waterproof Flooring by Republic

SKU: RENS6010 by Republic Flooring
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Product Type
Each box covers
underlayment attached
25 years residential/10 years commercial
Wear Layer
yes - 100% waterproof
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Excellent work with colors, tasteful and precise selection of color shades and designs are the distinctive features of Nature Stone collection made by Republic Floor. Focusing on creation of modern and stylish interiors, Republic introduced Nature Stone collection to satisfy the needs of most inventive and imaginative branches of modern art and design.

The new Republic PureSPC Max features Republic’s proprietary technology that makes the floors
completely inert and waterproof. It carries a limited 25 year residential warranty and a limited 10 year commercial warranty. In addition, our all-new anti-bacterial EVA underlayment padding comes attached to the floor planks. Not only does this make installation much easier and quicker - it also offers excellent noise insulation never available before.

Republic’s PureSPC Max floors are stronger and snap into place much easier than other floors. They also last longer and true to the Republic way, are completely green.


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Questions and Answers

  • Can pureSPC Max be lay down on top of tile

    Absolutely, You just need to make sure your tile is level, and there are no loose pieces., Also you need to make sure when you install this floor on the tile and connected to other areas they need to be the same level.

  • Would Republic natural stone work well in a bathroom with tile wall wainscotting? can it be applied wall to wall, without a gap, with a silcone grout to attached to tile wall?

    Absolutely, you can totally install this in the bathroom, but you need to leave some gap and fill that with silicon in order for expansion.
    Note: the water doesn't damage the floor but if you have subfloor and water goes under your floor it can cause molds.