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Cork flooring is gaining a lot of popularity lately.  Is it the unique patterns and colors?  Its warmth and comfort?  Is it because it's a natural product?  Maybe it's all of the above.

Cork floors have some 'give' to them, so they're a good choice for rooms where you're often on your feet - like kitchens or exercise rooms. 
The natural designs in the cork can add flair to a bedroom or
dining room.

And it helps insulate the floor and dampen sound, making it
ideal for an echoey basement. 

If you're a DIY-er, our corks install with an easy 'click-together'
system - just like laminate.
Did You Know?

Cork is actually the outer layer of bark produced by the Quercus suber, otherwise known as the cork oak tree. 

About 80% of the world's cork comes from southern Spain and Portugal.  Every nine years, skilled farmers strip the
bark from these trees - the only trees in the world that regrow their bark this way.  Cork oaks live for about 200 years. 

If you're looking for one of the most sustainable, eco-friendly flooring choices - cork could be for you!