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Cork

Cork Flooring is beautiful and unique, warm and inviting and a show stopper in any home. Cork is actually the bark of a tree commonly known as Cork Oak, native to the Mediterranean region and predominantly found in Portugal and Spain. The bark naturally splits every 9 to 15 years and can be safely harvested causing no harm to the trees making it an eco-friendly flooring choice. The bark re-grows and the cycle continues on for years and years.

CorkCork flooring can be a good choice for any room in your home. It is a natural product, so whether it is finished in color or left natural, it will show variations in characteristics, tones and shades from tile to tile.

There are many advantages to cork flooring:

  • warm to walk on,
  • extremely quiet with natural sound absorbing qualities,
  • naturally hypoallergenic,
  • naturally resistant to mould and mildew.

Once installed, Cork flooring requires the application of a urethane coating. Maintaining a cork floor depends on the type of finish, but it is usually treated like wood, which means sweeping or vacuuming regularly to keep it grit-free. Cork flooring can be wiped with a barely damp cloth and towel-dried. Never wet mop.

Cork flooring may be the natural choice for your home!




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