Cork Flooring

Cork has been used as a natural flooring material for more than a century. It is obtained from the outer bark of the cork oak, which is harvested sustainably approximately every nine years. The cork bark grows back, and the trees can live for 200 years repeating this cycle while providing animal and plant habitat. Grown in Portugal, Algeria, Spain, Morocco, France, Italy, and Tunisia, all cork flooring products available in the U.S. are imported.

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Products in Cork Flooring

Nova Cork
Nova Distinctive Floors
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