Cork Flooring

Natural Cork Super Sale!!!
Planks are 12''x36''- 23 sf per box- 10 day lead time-
15 year Warranty- Shipping Charges $99.00

Color Marmol - $3.55sf

Color Rio $3.99sf

Color Roca $3.99sf

Color Nieve $4.09sf

Color Cuero $4.39sf

Color Arena $4.33sf

Color Monte $4.68sf

Color Rayas $4.79sf

Color Luna $4.88sf

Color Pedras $4.79sf

2 colors of Cork plank flooring on Sale for $3.25sf

7 colors of Wicanders Cork plank flooring on sale for $3.99sf
Planks are 12'' x 36''- 23 sf per box - 10 year warranty
Lead time of 3 business days

Call Today For A Free Estimate (503) 760-8057

Call us at 503.760.8057 to place your order

The Benefits of Cork Flooring
Let's take a quick look at some of the benefits you receive with cork:

Comfort & Softness
The air trapped inside the cellular structure of cork provides a natural shock absorbing feel to the floor. It's great for applications where you are standing a lot such as in a Kitchen providing relief for your feet, back and legs.

  • Beauty
    Cork has a natural beauty rivaled by few other natural materials. It comes in many colors and different manufacturers provide various tile shapes and patterns as well.
  • Noise Reduction
    The same cellular structure that makes the floor comfortable also reduces noise and vibration. Unlike hard mate
    rials like tile, wood or vinyl, cork is quiet and reduces impact noise such as something dropping on the floor or the sound of walking by people or pets.
  • Healthy and Safe
    Cork has natural properties that are anti-allergenic and resistant to insects. A naturally occurring waxy substance in cork called suberin repels insects, mites and mold and protects cork from from rotting when wet for a long time. In addition, suberin is naturally fire resistant and cork doesn't release any toxic off-gassing when it burns. These natural properties plus the coatings used to seal cork flooring make it healthy and safe for adults, pets and baby.
  • Durability and Ease of Maintenance
    Durability is a strong trait of cork and cork floors have been used in public buildings such as churches and libraries since 1898, long before residential
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