Cork is a completely renewable resource. The bark of a cork oak tree regenerates every 9 years and is never damaged or eradicated during its harvest. One cubic inch of cork has more than 200 million closed air cells, which gives cork its inherent nature of resistance and durability. A remarkable feature is the thermal and acoustic insulation. Features that are important to today’s homeowner is that cork is quiet underfoot, hypoallergenic and moisture resistant.
Cork can be installed utilizing glue down method and is also available as a lock and floating product.
Cork can be used in kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, dining areas and anywhere comfort underfoot is desired.