Cork Flooring is Quiet
Unlike hardwood floors, cork doesn’t make a lot of noise when you walk on it. This makes cork perfect for those with newborns or people who just enjoy their peace and quiet. It also makes cork ideal for soundproofing between upstairs and downstairs units. If you want the look of a hard surface without all the noise, then cork is your best bet.
Cork Flooring is Water-Resistant
One of the great advantages of cork is that it’s naturally water-resistant. This means that, unlike other surfaces, it won’t be damaged by spills. It also means that you won’t have to worry about mold or bacteria. Just seal it after it’s installed, and cork is perfect for kitchens, bathrooms and basements.
Cork Flooring is Naturally Insulated
Because of its natural air-pockets, cork provides a warm surface for those cold winter mornings. Cork is less expensive than radiant heating and, along with its other benefits, will give you more value for your dollar than any other type of flooring. There’s really nothing like it.
Cork Flooring is Resilient
One of cork’s great advantages is that if it’s dented, it will regain its shape. Cork is also easy to repair. For cork tiles, you can mix cork dust with floor coating, then apply it to the damaged area. After it dries, be sure to add a few more layers of coating. Your floor will then be as good as new.
Cork Flooring is Comfortable
If you’ve considered buying hardwood floors, but you’re worried that they might not be comfortable, then cork floors are for you. Since it’s filled with air-pockets, cork acts as a cushion whenever anyone stands or sits on it. For optimal comfort, use 100 percent cork tiles instead of planks. With the look of a hard surface and the comfort of carpet, cork is tough to beat.Why choose cork for your floors? There’s no need to settle for anything else.
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