Acoustic Insulation: Air is one of Nature’s great insulating materials; and cork is full of it. Not only does air prevent heat loss, it also prevents sound transmission. This is why cork is used as flooring and flooring underlay. Cork is a great choice for intensive building projects such as apartment buildings where there is a need to reduce invading sounds. Cork can insulate your home, is hypo-allergenic, repels moisture, is warm to walkn, is extremely durable, and best of all is 100% eco-friendly
Cork is a natural insulator, so it keeps your house warm and cozy, repels moisture keeping pests, mould and mildew at bay and lowers acoustical vibrations. Cork Floor will keep your feet warm unlike ceramic tiling and stone. It is also a lot more comfortable to step on, more so even than laminate or wooden floors, and doesn’t collect dust or dander like carpet.
Cork is eco-friendly, which is a huge factor in ‘green’ options. Unlike hardwood flooring where the tree is actually cut down, cork is acquired from the bark of the cork oak tree. Only a thin outer layer of bark is carefully peeled off the tree and no injury or damage is inflicted to the tree itself. Perfect for ‘green’, huh? With proper care, cork floors will last for years and you’ll feel good knowing you’ve installed a sustainable flooring material in your home.
Cork is a fantastic insulator, so adding cork tiles to your home can help keep the chill out in winter and heat out in summer. Cork repels moisture, mold and mildew keeping your home cleaner. Easy to install, this can be done as a DIY project utilizing our patented Uniclic tongue and grove interlocking system.
When you purchase your cork flooring from us, you are buying direct from our warehouse. This mean less overhead for us and more saving passed onto you. With saving on floating floors, what are you waiting for, come see us today at cancork.com and to see our complete line of cork flooring and order your own set of samples