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Tradition Glue-Down Cork Floors
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Natural Cork Glue-Down Floors
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Sealed Glue-Down Cork Floors Sealed Glue-Down Cork Floors
Sealed Glue-Down Cork Floors
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Naturtrend Cork Interlocking Floors
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Digital Printed Cork Interlocking Floors Digital Printed Cork Interlocking Floors
Digital Printed Cork Interlocking Floors
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Rubber Cork Floor Underlay
Rubber Cork Floor Underlay
Minimum price £110.40 Maximum price £220.80
Wakol D3540 Cork Contact Adhesive
Wakol D3540 Cork Contact Adhesive
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Cork Floor Sealant Loba EasyFinish Matt
Cork Floor Sealant Loba EasyFinish Matt
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Hand Roller for Cork Tiles
Hand Roller for Cork Tiles
Regular price £37.00 GBP
Adhesive Spreader
Adhesive Spreader
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Extendable Roller for Cork Tiles
Extendable Roller for Cork Tiles
Regular price £39.95 GBP

What is Cork Flooring Used For?

Cork is a fantastic material, amazingly versatile, and there’s no place where its qualities shine brighter than under your feet: on the floor of your house. 

That’s why you can find it in all kinds of settings, both residential and commercial, like bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens or offices.

What are the Benefits of Cork Floors?

To start off with something essential, cork is resilient and durable, perfectly up to the task of dealing with the high-traffic areas in a house. That’s pretty convenient: nobody’s interested in fragile flooring!

Another thing nobody’s interested in is noise and big temperature oscillations. But again, we’re in luck: cork’s an excellent natural insulator, a property it derives from the structure of its microscopic cells, so cork floor tiling or cork floor panels will help to keep any room peaceful and at a comfortable temperature.

It should be noted that cork is also resistant to water, even more so after sealed, which means that sealed cork floor tiles can be used in kitchens and bathrooms.

As for style, there is no lack of options. If you’re interested in adding a personalised, unique touch to a room, there are modern patterned cork tiles and coloured cork flooring options that will complement any interior.

How Do I Clean Cork Floors?

Regularly sweeping or vacuuming removes dirt and debris. When needed, use a damp mop: too much water can damage these floors. Also, use a mild detergent.

Don’t use steam cleaning, as the intense heat and moisture could warp or damage the material.

For tougher stains, there are cleaners made specifically for cork floors you can use, that will help and won’t leave harmful residues.

Most frequently asked questions about cork flooring

Does cork flooring stain easily?

Cork is naturally resistant to stains, especially when sealed properly. Regular maintenance can prevent most stains.

How long do cork floors last?

With good care, they can last up to 40 years, sometimes even longer.

How thick is cork flooring?

It depends on the specific product, but cork sheets for flooring typically range from 4mm to 12mm in thickness.

Is cork flooring friendly to the environment?

Absolutely! Cork is made from renewable resources with minimal waste.

Is cork flooring pet friendly?

Very much so. Aside from being resistant to scratches, cork is warm and comfortable for pets.

Can you sand cork floors?

Yes, though sanding and refinishing is a delicate process, best done by professionals.

How to protect cork flooring?

The main tips to protect your cork flooring are using felt pads under the furniture, sweeping regularly and avoiding excess water when cleaning.

Can you paint a cork floor?

You can, though it requires some preparation and specific products to ensure that the paint will adhere and last.