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Cork Flooring

Insulating and family-friendly

whim-gocork | cork | Andy's 5 Star Flooring

It's easier than ever to go green!

Cork flooring is not nearly as common as hardwood, tile, vinyl, or laminate, but it's finally starting to gain popularity among homeowners and business owners alike. This is because it's incredibly eco-friendly! It is harvested from the bark of cork oak trees, which is a process that does not harm the trees whatsoever. In addition to its sustainability, cork has other unique features. But is it right for you? Read on to learn more! 

Works hard and plays hard

Where there's heavy traffic, there should be cork flooring! Today, it's often found in play areas, in-home gyms, and offices because of its ability to absorb sound and impact. And it's resistant to fire, mold, and mildew. It's the flooring solution that's truly ready for anything. 
cork flooring used where there is high traffic | Andy's 5 Star Flooring
Visually unique cork | Andy's 5 Star Flooring

Visually unique

Depending on the look you're going for, you can get just as much natural variation and visual appeal with cork as you could with hardwood. And cork has a unique way of wearing in that scratches and nicks will blend right in and become a part of its charm. 

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