Cork has been used for flooring for over a century, bringing with it the textured look of hardwood, the soft give of carpet, and the easy maintenance of vinyl. Throw in that cork is one of the most environmentally friendly flooring options on the market today and you’ve got a flooring material worth more than its weight in gold.
Tasmanian Burl glue down tiles are a darker richer browns that incorporate the depth of coffee with the smooth of caramel. Swirls of coffee swim among a softer toffee tone to create lovely eddies, mimicking the movement of water. Interspersed among these eddies are random cuts and divots that give Tasmanian Burl it visual dimensions. Tasmanian Burl glue down flooring will bring a rustic, almost smoky, appeal to your floor. A perfect addition to any den.
Our 6mm cork glue down tiles comes as 12 in x 24 in, a square-edged design that will install seamlessly, allowing your floor to appear as a single large finished unit. For best results we recommend that our Tasmanian Burl glue down tiles be installed on a plywood subfloor that is clean and level or on ‘At or above grade’ concrete floors, (Please refer to our section on ‘Cork Tiles Installation Instructions’ for details and tips).
This also makes our cork tiles one of the best sound and thermal insulators. A sheet ranging from 3mm to 12mm in thickness can mute sound by 10-40 decibels. Each Tasmanian Burl glue down tile is prefinished with 3 coats of European grade water-based polyurethane, and are ideal for bathrooms and commercial areas. Packaged at 11 tiles per package, and a total of 3 packages per carton, each carton can cover a total of 66 square feet.
Want a flooring option that will have friends and neighbors talking? Look to our colored cork flooring, one of the best flooring options on the market today. Better technology and classier innovation has elevated the manufacturing of cork floors. Now a major contender as a 21st century building material, cork has become easier to obtain than ever on the home construction scene.
And that is not all cork brings to the table. A natural insect repellent cork also has a well respected record of being a wonderful insulator and sound barrier. Cork flooring is warm under foot and insulates heat and cold. This is from cork’s unique cellular structure, with its millions of cells trapping a gaseous substance, that provides a unique elastic structure that not only feels comfortable and cushioned but is durable and resilient.
If you are plagued with allergies, take cork under strong consideration. Due to the presence of a naturally occurring substance called suberin, cork is naturally resistant to deterioration and water damage, prevents the cultivation of mold and mildew, and keeps away bugs and dust mites.
Take on our Tasmanian Burl colored cork flooring today. This eco-friendly and sustainable flooring option will bring the wow factor into your home, turning on the compliments and may quite well inspire others to follow in your footsteps.
Some key features of this product are:
- Warm and comfortable under foot which allows you to save money on heating and cooling bills
- Reduces noise: keep noise from transmitting down through the floor, or up through the ceiling
- Impact Sound Reduction 18 dB
- Keep out unwanted heat energy in the summer, keep it in the room in the winter
- Resilient, low slip surface making this an excellent surface for seniors, children or people suffering from arthritis or joint pain
- Impact resistant
- Naturally resistant to insects, mould, mildew due to anti-microbial prosperities
- Hypo-allergenic, repel dust, hair, and other small particles – well-being alternative to carpet
- Ecologically friendly – completely natural, recurring, and replenishable material
- Easy to clean and maintain and resists scuffs and stains
- Made with formaldehyde free adhesives
- Stain resistant
- No VOC emissions
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