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Modern Cork Flooring – A Sustainable Alternative to Other Floors

Cork flooring is a type of sustainable and eco-friendly flooring made from the bark of cork oak trees. The bark is harvested every 9-12 years without damaging the tree, making it a renewable resource. Cork flooring provides excellent insulation properties and is naturally resistant to moisture, mould, mildew, and insects. It can be installed in various types of spaces such as homes, offices, and commercial buildings due to its durability and versatility. Cork floors come in different patterns, colours, and textures that provide a unique look to any space. They are easy to clean and maintain using simple methods such

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Bamboo floors: main advantages and why choose this type of flooring for your project

If you are building or renovating a property, you are probably in doubt about the choice of floors. Just to help you make the best decision, today we are going to discuss the advantages of bamboo flooring. Why choose bamboo flooring? Bamboo flooring has many advantages for a civil construction project, as listed below: * Easy to clean floor: No special product is needed to clean and maintain the bamboo floor. A broom or vacuum cleaner and a slightly damp cloth with water followed by a dry cloth are sufficient for daily care. * Good water resistance:  Bamboo flooring is

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Introducing Sustainable Cork Flooring

As a company that provides flooring in Burnaby, the team at BC Floors knows that trends come and go. And as of 2019, cork flooring has arrived.   Cork flooring has been around for decades, but as a green resource, it’s recently come into its own in a major way. Harvested from the bark of the cork oak tree (Quercus suber), raw materials are ground up and compressed before being pressed into sheets. Then they are bonded by high-quality resins for the soft, cushiony surface that has made it such a hit in homes.   Cook Flooring Contractors – BC

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