Cork flooring originates from the bark of the Cork Oak tree, which is native to Europe and Africa. The bark is harvested by peeling it away from the trunk and branches every 9 - 12 years and does not necessitate the felling of the tree. Unlike other types of trees that may die when bark is removed, the Cork Oak survives and will grow back its bark again within a decade.
Cork is used in a wide variety of products, including flooring, bottle stops, note boards and sound barriers. Our cork flooring is available in a variety of colors and natural finishes. The standard planks 11 13/16” wide x 35” length x 7/16” thick. Comprised of a floating floor, click system, our cork flooring provides easy installation and can be a great addition to any residence.
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