One of cork’s most outstanding features is that it is 100% sustainable and recyclable. Cork coverings are individually produced from the bark of the cork oak tree. Made only from the bark, the actual tree is still living and will do so for the next hundred years.
Costs of running an air conditioning system in the summer months can add up quickly. The same can be said about the costs of running heating systems during the often frigid and chilly winter months. If you want a walling option that can help to keep your property’s cooling and heating costs to a minimum, it may be the right time to look into the world of cork wall tiles. Check it out and be awed by the benefits it brings
Cork floating flooring has become a popular option in many homes and offices, a result of being easy enough to install that it can be done as a weekend DIY project. Not only can you save some money, especially if you are working with a tight budget, but you will enjoy turning out a professional looking floor without the professional cost. This type of flooring does not require elaborate techniques or tools. This particular floating floor is comprised of planks that employ the ridge and groove system, thus interlock when placed adjacent to one another on the floor. A tape measure, hammer and saw are the really the only tools that are required to lay this type of flooring. This actually turns out to be more economic and affordable when compared to the preparation work, tools and adhesive needed for a glue-down tile installs.
We have thousands of square feet of floating floors in our warehouse just waiting to find a home. All our floors are offered to you at our warehouse prices so you save on those nasty retail mark-ups. Come see us at cancork.com today and find the floor of your dreams.