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Flooring is a very important component of our home

work space
. There are so many different floors available to us: laminate, vinyl, tile, carpet, linoleum, cork, hardwood and bamboo. With these floors, there are many factors the consumer needs to consider to choose the best flooring surface for their individual needs. Cork flooring is becoming a popular choice
in commercial areas and even in the home. Cork flooring is an excellent choice for your floors today and no other online flooring store will be of more service and
value then Flooring.org.

Cork Floors are Friendly to the Environment

Many people today are becoming more aware of the environment surrounding them and how it can

affected  or
how it can affect us by certain aspects. Flooring choices are very important to consumers if the consumer is trying to be as environmentally conscience as possible. Cork floors are made primarily from the cork oak tree found in countries such as Spain, France,
Morocco and Portugal. Cork bottle stoppers are the main product that is derived from the cork oak tree bark and the

are  then
turned into other cork products such as cork flooring. This use of this waste makes the cork floor option a "green" choice for the consumer. 

Cleaning and Caring for Your Cork Floor

Cork is relatively easy to maintain. Wicanders cork and WE Cork have made special products for cleaning and maintaining the cork floors. Visit each of their websites to learn more: www.wecork.com and www.wicanders.com. There are a few tips to know when caring for your cork flooring. Cork can be scratched and dented just like a hardwood floor. Although when we think of cork, we think of cork bottle stoppers (they tend to pop right back into place) it is pertinent that cork floor owners take caution to keep their cork looking as good as new. Pets nails and high heels have been culprits of scratching and denting cork and hardwood. Using felt protectors on the base of consumers furniture is very smart and simple to avoid any unwanted scratches or dents in cork flooring. Traffic is important to notate and consumers may think it is smart to have an area rug in high traffic areas to keep your floor as good as new. Corks structure makes it able to fade with excess sun exposure. Be mindful of this and close your blinds while you are not at home. These factors are true of hardwood flooring and bamboo flooring as well. Most importantly, consumers should enjoy the natural beauty of their cork floor. Here at Flooring.org, we are here to help you with any questions you may have about your new flooring choice. 

Installation is Easy with Cork

Cork may be installed in virtually any room of the home
or work place. Although cork is porous, manufacturers ensure a factory finished cork floor is sealed properly to protect against everyday spills and other incidents. Consumers must use better judgment when installing cork flooring in wet areas such as a child's bathroom (as it may not be well under complete soaking). 

Cork is easy to install as most cork floors are designed for floating installation which is a great "do-it-yourself" project. Even a glue-down cork floor installation is a realistic proposition for just about anyone who is handy around the house. Cork flooring manufacturers such as Wicanders cork will have installation instruction on both their website and inside each box of flooring.


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