Cork floor to click & glue

Cork Flooring – A Piece of Nature for Your Home. Cork flooring is the ideal choice for many customers, even though it's considered more of an exotic option. Cork is obtained from the bark of the cork oak tree. The tree is not cut down; only a part of the bark is harvested. This process can be repeated every 8 to 12 years without harming the tree. Cork is, for example, used for wine bottle corks. Cork flooring usually consists of compressed cork granules, which are derived from the leftovers of cork production used for bottle stoppers. Acrylic resins, water-based polyurethane resins, and natural resins are commonly used as binders. There are two main types of cork flooring: glue-down cork and cork parquet. Glue-down cork is fully adhered and is especially suitable for wet rooms. It is available in rolls and tiles. Cork parquet is installed using a click system. This click system is offered in various designs, depending on the manufacturer. All of them have in common the quick installation of cork flooring. However, it is not as suitable for wet rooms and for installation over underfloor heating. Continue reading here... ▼

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