Where To Use Cork Flooring?
Looking for a floor covering that’s sustainable, waterproof and looks great? Discover Hydrocork from Wicanders! In this post, you will get to know where to use cork flooring and why it is the perfect alternative to carpeting.
Cork is a plant material that’s harvested from the bark of the Cork Oak. It’s extremely light, highly insulating and 100% natural and biodegradable. The cork is first extracted from the tree between May and July when the tree is 20 to 25 years old. From then on, the cork is extracted once every nine years.
Teams of experienced, qualified artisans carefully remove the bark from each tree using axes after which they mark its age on the trunk to keep track of the next cutting, while leaving the tree intact. Cork is found throughout the Mediterranean with Portugal accounting for more than 50% of global production.
Where Can I use Cork Flooring – Hydrocork?
Hydrocork gives you all the great benefits of cork flooring – good acoustics, natural thermal insulation, walking comfort, body wellness and impact resistance – while delivering a waterproof product that’s quick and easy to fit. It carries a lifetime warranty for residential use and a 15 year warranty for commercial use.
Hydrocork by Wicanders gives you a waterproof cork flooring option which can be used throughout the home, even in kitchens and bathrooms. At just 6mm thick, it’s an ideal option for renovations while its .55 wear layer means it delivers a robust surface in the home or in an office environment. Cork floors are also hypoallergenic and reduce sound and step transfer, so it is the perfect choice for kid’s rooms or play areas.
Contract Flooring Supplies Ltd. is the exclusive Wicanders Cork Flooring dealers and you can find all their range of Hydrocork in Ireland. Just contact us at 01 4568422 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about this great flooring product