We recommend the natural flooring that people have enjoyed for centuries: cork. As a flooring material, it has numerous benefits that put it on par with other flooring alternatives like hardwood or vinyl. With impressive properties that cork offers, you can design your floors in many interesting ways. In addition to its natural cushioning and underfoot warmth, cork flooring absorbs noise too. Experience the comforting quiet of cork floors in Ottawa from Millennium Floor Covering, which is available in a multitude of colours and patterns. Cork is also a great choice because it is environmentally-friendly, so you can rest assured that you are investing in a floor that is sustainable. We offer high-quality and durable cork flooring products supplied from Goodfellow and DuroDesign.
Cork is derived from the bark of a cork tree, which is grown in commercial plantations. It is then ground up and compressed to create sheets. These sheets are used as floor coverings. The best part about it is the trees are able to regenerate after the barks are harvested. Thus, it is a sustainable and recurring material which is biodegradable as well. It does not have an impact on the environment like some other flooring materials do.
In addition to being eco-friendly, cork has many advantages. Here are some factors that explain the popularity of cork as a flooring material:
Pay us a visit at Millennium Floor Covering in Ottawa, and browse through our collection of cork flooring. We can assure you that you are investing in a floor that is sustainable and durable. With regular maintenance, your beautiful cork floors can easily last for decades.
There are endless ways of customizing your cork floors. Play around with colours, textures, and more!
Planks and tiles
Cork planks are used for floating cork flooring. These planks can be placed directly on top of the old flooring. Cork tiles are available in standard sizes and are installed in the same way as other tiles on a specially prepared sub-floor. While floating cork floors are easy to put together, installing cork tile requires expertise.
Textures and colours
Cork floors come in a variety of textures and shades. Small granules, medium granules, large granules, peeled cork, and burled cork are some of the commonly manufactured textures.
When it comes to colours, the natural pale tan shade is one that a lot of people prefer. But cork floors are available in painted variations having all shades of brown, gray and white.
Visit our showroom to see and feel durable and sustainable cork flooring from Goodfellow and DuroDesign.